i suggest you find a friend whos mechanical skills dont bite. then you help him install it. that way if something does break youll know what your looking at, and how it works. and then you wont have to pay some tire place ?? to install a suspension lift. instead.. go buy a six pack of root beer and find some friends who own tool kits. and take your purdy jeep and get to work.
oh yea.. only get the front track bar. and dont instal the dropped pitman arm. and i hope you got the 2.2 shocks. and are you going with the transfer case drop kit? i assume so. also dont forget to hit the rear shock upper bolts with some pb blaster and heat before you try to take them out. also what tires are you getting with this lift? i hope its 33's. and are you sticking with stock rims or getting some with more backspacing? in which case will allow you to get 12.5 width. .. anyway. im not trying to be mean , im just trying to illustrate that you kind of need to know what your doing. and if you dont care to learn, then stick with a 3 inch body lift and some chrome and drive it to the mall.
but yea.. install it yourself. if you do, the people on this forum will gladly help you, including me. and you will thank us for it. its a fun project.
P.s. - theres definatly someone on this forum from that area that would help you out, or at least inpsect what your doing to make sure everything is going smooth.
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