This might start another argument but for cheap, good 33's get some Treadwrights, there is another thread going right now about them . That's a big tire to fit cheaply though, you are going to need at least a 3" kit and still have to get out the cut off wheel and chop those fenders up, thats what i run at 6.5".
They should just post his name and email on top of the technical forum as a banner since he is mentioned in every part related thread but contact Nick ..... Kolak@aol.com and explain to him what you want and he will set you up with the lift at the best possible price.
04 Jeep wj Limited 4.7 <> 6.5" Iron Rock long arms front & Adjustable lowers on rear <> Bilstein 5100's <> 285/70r17 Goodyear Duratracs <> M/T black classic lock wheels <> Addco swaybars <> Superchips 3875 <> Magnaflow Stainless exhaust <> 2 Kicker comp 12's <> Kenwood head unit.
here we go again... I feel a "what 4 lift is best" thread coming on I had my share of those though, gotta be told whats what and learn that cheap=cheap parts annd a bad ride.
You probably have 16 or 17 wheels stock. treadwrights are cheapest. There are other options out there, such as hercules, elderado, sportking etc that are cheap, or find some used ones on the cheap. even with fenders trimmed a lot, if you wheel, which I'm unsure of at this point given your dubious first post, 4 is the lowest you can realisticly go IMO and keep it clean looking, functional, and wheelable on 33's. Cheapest 4 you can go? Rough country. Or cram some 33's on a BB I'd like to see how it looks
01 TJ, 32RH, 4.0, 8.8, hpd30, 35's, metalcloaks
07 CBR600RR, full Akra exhaust, PC V, etc.
I see another death wobble thread coming from the OP....
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