i had to make some 1-1/2" spacers for the front to level it,,,, i guess that's cause i have the v8 jeep and the f>r swap
i also drilled a new hole for the front track bar to center the front axle,,, added new longer shocks, adjusted the caster all the way forward and did my own alinement and then re-centered the steering wheel,, the rear axle is about 1" off set but i don't mind
i have no driving issues at all,, its a daily driver
Sorry to dig up an old thread, but at least I searched first...
Anyway, I now have access to several coils from different vehicles, and I'm gonna try em out and post what works but as far as shocks go what length would I be looking for for about 2.5-3 inches of lift? I've also got access to some shocks out of a 76 f150 (4 of them) but the truck they're on is lifted about 4 inches.... I don't think they'll work but I don't think the stock ones will be long enough.
95 Laredo 4.0, 2" RE BB, RC N2.0 Shocks, Custom Roof-Mount Light Bar w/ 6 lights, Bumpers deleted, Homemade sway bar discos, Michelin LTX 31x10.50s, and a Dog Box :)
Planned: Homemade Spare tire carrier, double shear front track bar, 4 adjustable rear control arms, New Rims and 33" Wrangler MT/Rs or BFG M/T KO's w/ LOTS of trimming.
Works for me, except I find the YJ shocks wear out quickly.
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1996 Jeep Grand Cherokee, 4.0L/42RE/242 - Rebuilt motor w/ Comp cam (4/12), 3.5" Junkyard F>R lift, 31x10.5.x15 M/T's, Spartan Locked D44a, TC & tank skids, F&R adj trackbars, V8 steering arms
Galaxy DX99V CB, 102" SS Whip, Yaesu FT-2900R 2m, Larsen 1/4w mag mount, Sony HU, Massive 3way - F Door, Pioneer 3way - R Doors, MB Quart ONX304 Subs (x2), Lanzar 1600w amp.
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