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post #16 of 400 Old 10-31-2007, 05:12 PM
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post #17 of 400 Old 10-31-2007, 05:13 PM
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Those guys over at Pro-Comp are on the ball... Nice! let me know how it rides

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I love the sticker mostly

I think if I had 2.5tons i would totally have that stick too





that jeep is totally stock
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post #19 of 400 Old 10-31-2007, 05:15 PM
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your pretty good if you can seperate the frame from the body, you could have spent more time thinking how to explain it though because a shackle lifts the suspension and a body lift does nothing for flex

big lift, sick tires, awsome accessories, alot of custom work.

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XJLI I think you have won the most hits (replies) per minute with this one. Well done!

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your pretty good if you can seperate the frame from the body, you could have spent more time thinking how to explain it though because a shackle lifts the suspension and a body lift does nothing for flex

I really think you are getting to technical for a not technical at all thread


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your pretty good if you can seperate the frame from the body, you could have spent more time thinking how to explain it though because a shackle lifts the suspension and a body lift does nothing for flex
Pro comp designed it, its their genius kit, I cant tell you more its proprietary information. The SHACKLE helps the flex with the relocation bracket. It keeps the leafs with less of an arc for the same lift height in the suspension, thus allowing more flex.

I never said the body lift made flex, but now the unibody doesnt creak like it used too.

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Those guys over at Pro-Comp are on the ball... Nice! let me know how it rides
Like a dream. Better than Old Man Emu.

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post #23 of 400 Old 10-31-2007, 05:19 PM
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ok so i was at Adam here's house the other day, and i saw this kit in person.

I just HAD to go out and buy one, seriously, the difference is night and day with this procomp kit. i may even sell my TNT kit, seems its just slowing me down now...


Though I wheel through the valley of the shadow of death,
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Thy lift and thy tires, they comfort me.
Thou preparest a spotter before me in the presence of mine obstacles;

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Damn! If I only had the funds.

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oh god another paint shop body lift!
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oh god another paint shop body lift!
are you kidding? If you didnt live so far away I'd drive to your house and show you. Then we'd see who's laughing.

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Damn! If I only had the funds.

your damn right.....if i did i would buy two of them and stack them and then tub the back put some hydraulics on it and some 24" dubs...yeah

Your lack of planning does not constitute an emergency on my part
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oh god another paint shop body lift!
i dont know whats more funny

this actual thread

or the fact you think youre some super sleuth for figuring out the pictures are doctored in an image editing program

congrats you win the prize. oh and i dont use paint shop.

i used my 2 bare hands and a few wrenches. the kit is that simple, thank procomp not me.

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OK i have several questions as there was no write-up.

1. Does the kit include mounting hardware and can i do this with hockey pucks?

2. Do i need to get them blue cuz personally i think blue is gay and well i really do not need that kinda **** on my jip.

3. I got a booger in my nose can someone come get it out for me?

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OK i have several questions as there was no write-up.

1. Does the kit include mounting hardware and can i do this with hockey pucks?

2. Do i need to get them blue cuz personally i think blue is gay and well i really do not need that kinda **** on my jip.

3. I got a booger in my nose can someone come get it out for me?
1. Yes it includes everything you need to body lift your jeep cherokee xj

2. yes, blue is procomps signature color, if you cannot deal with that, maybe you arent ready to experience the full potential of this procomp body lift kit for the jeep cherokee xj

3. no

Though I wheel through the valley of the shadow of death,
I will fear no evil: For thou lockers are with me;
Thy lift and thy tires, they comfort me.
Thou preparest a spotter before me in the presence of mine obstacles;

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