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Unread 04-13-2011, 12:10 PM   #1
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Savvy/Currie 3" TJ/LJ Suspension Lift

IN STOCK! Optional aluminum uppers in stock! Can be configured with 3 or 4" springs!

The new Savvy/Currie 3" or 4" TJ/LJ Lift was introduce at Moab during 2011 Easter Jeep Safari. It performed very good! The 3" kit is a true 3"lift height.

The Savvy/Currie 3" or 4" TJ/LJ Lift kit will include:

Savvy Specified Currie 3" or 4" Progressive Springs
Savvy Specified Currie fully adjustable Upper Control Arms (more length and JJ on both ends in the rear and aluminum arms are optional)
Currie Lower Control Arms (optional aluminum arms)
Savvy Designed Rear Track Bar w/ housing extension (more clearance and better articulation)
Currie Anti Rock
Currie Extended Rear Sway Bar Links
Currie Bump stops
Optional Aluminum arms!

Pricing is close to the current Currie 4" lift and we will be the only ones offering this kit. It is in stock!





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Unread 04-13-2011, 12:16 PM   #2
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We are currently working on the shock specifications for this lift as we would like to maintain the travel we currently have. We are looking at some shorter body shocks with close to the travel we currently have with the Ranchos or Bilsteins.
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Unread 04-13-2011, 12:18 PM   #3
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Will the "Savvy Spec" UCA's and rear track bar, or other components be available separately?
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Yes, the new arms and rear track bar will be stand alone products.
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The Savvy UA has been described as being desinged for predominant use with the Currie 4" kit and that lower lifts may experience some contact between the engine brace and control arm mount. Will your 3" kit mean a redisign for the engine brace or is that not low enough to cause any possible issues?
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Its about time you did this. LOL
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Its about time you did this. LOL
I know!
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uh oh! yall might be called a LCG lift now!

tell me a bit more about the bumpstops and what shocks you're going to run...how much uptravel are you expecting vs the 4" or a 2.5" OME? whats the bumpstop requirement going to be? what are you doing for the front track bar?

speaking of track bars, uptravel & LCG...when is somebody going to design a nice adjustable front track bar that clears most diff covers at full stock bump...hint hint. double shear would be swell
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The Savvy UA has been described as being desinged for predominant use with the Currie 4" kit and that lower lifts may experience some contact between the engine brace and control arm mount. Will your 3" kit mean a redisign for the engine brace or is that not low enough to cause any possible issues?
We are looking into the contact and are considering a running change on our engine brace. We have seen it in a couple of stock height Jeeps so we are looking into it.
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We are looking into the contact and are considering a running change on our engine brace. We have seen it in a couple of stock height Jeeps so we are looking into it.
Good stuff, thanks.
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I can't imagine a better combination for a suspension lift, Currie's quality and Savvy's enhancements. As said above, it's about time!
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uh oh! yall might be called a LCG lift now!

tell me a bit more about the bumpstops and what shocks you're going to run...how much uptravel are you expecting vs the 4" or a 2.5" OME? whats the bumpstop requirement going to be? what are you doing for the front track bar?

speaking of track bars, uptravel & LCG...when is somebody going to design a nice adjustable front track bar that clears most diff covers at full stock bump...hint hint. double shear would be swell
A 3" lift can hardly be LCG!

Currently working with a shock manufacturer to provide shocks for this kit.

The 9120TJS front track bar works for most diff covers and we aren't tackling that one yet.

As for bump stops, we can't go much farther up so we want to increase the lower to maintain travel. Currie bump stop kit has some room for height adjustments.
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I can't imagine a better combination for a suspension lift, Currie's quality and Savvy's enhancements. As said above, it's about time!
You know the saying. "All good things come to those who wait."

I hope you're doing well.
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wow maybe that 2" BDS kit wont be on as long as i thought
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if
1. the front track bar to diff clearance is maximised similar to stock.
2. if the bump stops are minimised/shocks with shorter body/uptravel maximised
then THIS would be something to ditch my OME lift for !!!

I was looking at the currie control arms and springs for a long time now ... long enough then
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