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Unread 07-27-2010, 09:42 AM   #1
jerseyboxer58
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lifting question plus thanks for previous help

hey guys,

i started a thread a while ago about my car virbrating at 65 mph. well its finallly getting fixed so i wanted to say thanks for the help...

now, maybe over winter i wanna lift my jeep (4 inch) so i wanna get some feedback on good yet not to expensive lift... also like would i need to be aware of anything wearing faster on a lifted jeep? should i get aftermartket intake or exhjaust for a little more power? lemme know all these things plus more if yhou can haha literly tell me everything i need to know about lifting my jeep...its a 2006 6 speed totaly stock right now

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Unread 07-27-2010, 10:13 AM   #2
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Good that someone on Jeep Forum could help you with your car. Now you'll know what to do if you have a similiar problem with your Jeep

Larger and heavier wheels and tires will wear things quicker; ball joints, u-joint... pretty much anything that sees loads from the mass of the tires and wheels. Most of thet will depend on how hard you wheel it.

Don't waste your time and money on "power ad-ons" you will see very little to no return for your money. Gear your axles properly for our tire size instead and you'll be fine.

For a decent suspension at a reasonable price there are a lot of choices, just research, and then research, and then research some more... I have the Rough Country X Series and like it just fine. Again, it all depends on what you want out of the Jeep.

Good luck and have fun!
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Unread 07-27-2010, 11:00 AM   #3
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personally i dont off road much at all i know im boring hahaha but i just want it to sit higher i heard good things about rough country... now with wheels probably the 1st set of tires will be on stock rims sooo just street maybe beach driving will those things wear fast??? im getting new u joint today lol
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