I would not lift a JK more than you need to clear the tire/wheel combo you want to run. It just raises the CG unnecessarily. Also, as above, once you go over 2.5 or 3 inches, you need a lot more parts to correct the geometry and get a satisfactory ride. My rule of thumb is about $1k per inch of spring lift with all the parts you really need. Sure you can get a kit cheaper....but you will be adding other parts down the road to get back to a good ride IMO.
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