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Unread 12-05-2011, 04:49 PM   #1
icemann0014
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1997 Sport Lift

I need some help finding the best cost effective lift for my 1997 wrangler sport. im looking for less than 300 dollars and not to much installation. i have read about coil stops which sounds good but i also read you have to realign something if you get those.
so if you guys could tell me if a coil stops would be a good idea that would be great.
i dont want more than 2 inches. i have 31 inch tires. and the lift would be mainly for looks.
thank you

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