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post #1 of Old 04-29-2013, 11:23 AM Thread Starter
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looking for lift kit and decent mud tires 31-33 used I'm new to the jeep world and money is tight help a brotha out

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post #2 of Old 04-29-2013, 11:27 AM Thread Starter
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post #3 of Old 04-30-2013, 01:09 AM
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looking for lift kit and decent mud tires 31-33 used I'm new to the jeep world and money is tight help a brotha out
Lift kit- call some junk yards and find some leaf springs from an Isuzu Rodeo for the rear should jot be more than $100 for both. Follow the write up ill attach and should give 4-4.5" in the rear. Front find some coils for a lift kit and a spacer. If you get them new shouldn't be more than $150. Used much cheaper im sure. http://www.cherokeetalk.com/forum/f6...ck-maybe-9744/

Tires are a little tougher. Just keep checking your local tire shops for used. It's pretty much luck. A couple years ago I had perfect timing and someone bought new tires and left there 33 12.50s with about 60% tread so I got all 4 for $200. I looked for about a month recently and ended up just giving in and buyin new tires
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Aight thanks
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Any certain year on the rodeo
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Any certain year on the rodeo
90s the one I get mine off of was a 92 I think
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Ok
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Lift kit- call some junk yards and find some leaf springs from an Isuzu Rodeo for the rear should jot be more than $100 for both. Follow the write up ill attach and should give 4-4.5" in the rear. Front find some coils for a lift kit and a spacer. If you get them new shouldn't be more than $150. Used much cheaper im sure. http://www.cherokeetalk.com/forum/f6...ck-maybe-9744/

Tires are a little tougher. Just keep checking your local tire shops for used. It's pretty much luck. A couple years ago I had perfect timing and someone bought new tires and left there 33 12.50s with about 60% tread so I got all 4 for $200. I looked for about a month recently and ended up just giving in and buyin new tires
What other components are I'm gonna need for this lift? Shock? Control arms? Brake line relocation?
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What other components are I'm gonna need for this lift? Shock? Control arms? Brake line relocation?
You will need shocks. I ordered some skyjacker hydros through napa. I didn't change my control arms. And brake lines I haven't changed yet either, but I plan on it. I unhooked mine from the frame so they're free floating at the moment. I was told to get the rear line from a 95 TJ and it will extend the lines a few inches so that's what I'm gonna do.
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Wanted to let you know I got the 95 wrangler rear brake line today. It bolted right up and was a few inches longer.
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Ok cool
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Where did u find the line at? And u didn't have to change the sway bar, steering stabilizer, driveshaft, or ant other components?
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Where did u find the line at? And u didn't have to change the sway bar, steering stabilizer, driveshaft, or ant other components?
Got the brake lines from autozone. Room my sway bars off before I even lifted it, but didnt have to change any of the other steering components.
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So no sway bar? Isn't that bad for it
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post #15 of Old 06-20-2013, 08:00 PM
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So no sway bar? Isn't that bad for it
I wouldn't say its bad for it...it handles a lot different, need to take corners slower...but I actually like the way it handles without the sway bars. Haven't had front or rear on for almost 6 months. But I don't do long commutes or drive freeway almost ever. Mine is drivin around town maybe 20 miles to the next town but mainly from the house up the back roads to the mountains.
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