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post #1 of 62 Old 03-13-2009, 03:29 PM Thread Starter
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6 to 8 in lift for $800

on craigslist in columbus ohio http://columbus.craigslist.org/wan/1072807034.html includes hardware and labor, is that possible??

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No you will also need a sye and tie rod and axle upgrades with those size tires.


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Doesn't sound like they should be working on Jeeps. Stick with a known brand.

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chyyyeaaah... get that fo sho, actually see if you can get a 10" for $1,000 that would be fresh and throw some 20" rims on it chyyeeaahh
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I wouldn't trust them with my jeep. Just do it yourself. You probably have more experience, even if you have zero.

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8" body lift?
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when lifting a jeep that high the lift is a small part of everthing else you will have to do.

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well my Jeep just saw their webpage and crawled out of the garage and ran away. It only came back after I said they were in Ohio, 1200+ miles away, and that I wouldn't let them touch my Jeep with a 15 ft pole.


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8" body lift?
No it's actually a 4" body, 4" coil spacer combo

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Holy ****. I called them. Conversation went something like this:

Me: Hi, I saw on Craigslist that you were lifting Jeeps for $800. What kind of Jeep and just what is in the 8" kit?
Him: Well we can pretty much just flip your leaf springs and that will give you 8" right there.
Me: What about shocks?
Him: Well we'll get everything it needs.
Me: Umm ok, but what about a TJ?
Him: Uhhh I'm not really sure what the difference is, i'll have to get back to you on that.
Me: I don't have leaf springs. Are you only installing lifts on leaf sprung Jeeps?
Him: Uhh I dunno. I'll have to check and get back with you on that. I'm pretty sure we can just put on whatever comes in your lift kit.
Me: Oh, so the $800 is just for the labor?
Him: I dunno, it depends for your Jeep.
Me: Well thanks, I'll call back if interested.
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