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Unread 06-02-2013, 09:28 AM   #16
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Stick to a reputable lift manufacturer and look for a kit 2.5" or less.

Keep in mind that a lift over 3" requires more for the kit to drive/flex properly (and it will cost more), and a 4" or more requires even more than a 3" kit on top of that. There are multiple threads about what you need for what size lift and/or tires - I'd recommend to check the faq.

I'd recommend 2" to 2.5" spacer/coil lifts such as Polyperformance/Synergy, Teraflex, etc. and no doubt others will also chime in with quality brands. As a general rule, avoid Rugged Ridge, Skycrapper, Rough Country, etc.

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