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post #1 of 7 Old 06-07-2011, 09:02 AM Thread Starter
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Need some advice on lifting jeep Help

I have a stock 2010 jeep wrangler sport i just put 17inch rims with 265/70/17 I want to lift it just a tad any tricks without dropping like grand into it. I have heard of people putting hockey pucks. I dont want to go crazy and get a 2 inch lift i would have to buy new tires and rims after dropping over 1500 2 months ago. Just looking to lift it a little any advice would be great thanks.


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post #2 of 7 Old 06-07-2011, 09:08 AM
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I would just get a 2" BB (hockey pucks). You wouldn't have to get new rims or tires and it wouldn't look bad either. Then when you need new tires, you can go bigger.
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I would look into the springs from a JKUR. Guys with 2dr's seem to gain an inch. Higher the number on the spring is better. Or, check out AEV's BB. Can't go wrong for $260.00.
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I would just get a 2" BB (hockey pucks). You wouldn't have to get new rims or tires and it wouldn't look bad either. Then when you need new tires, you can go bigger.
what are they 2' bb? where can i get these and do you know how much

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There is a few companies out that make cheap Budget Boost (BB) lifts. If your looking for just a little height and not any performance gain, BB's might be the way to go.

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what are they 2' bb? where can i get these and do you know how much
A 2 inch BB (Budget Boost) is just a set of coil spacers that resemble hockey pucks. They are placed on top of the springs to add a little height. You can get it at Quadratec, 4wd.com, etc. As far as price goes, it just depends. Some budget boosts come with shocks also. But depending on brand and whether it comes with shocks or not, it shouldn't be more than say, $350-375 tops. For example the Skyjacker 2" BB with Nitro shocks is only $367 on Quadratec.
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A 2 inch BB (Budget Boost) is just a set of coil spacers that resemble hockey pucks. They are placed on top of the springs to add a little height. You can get it at Quadratec, 4wd.com, etc. As far as price goes, it just depends. Some budget boosts come with shocks also. But depending on brand and whether it comes with shocks or not, it shouldn't be more than say, $350-375 tops. For example the Skyjacker 2" BB with Nitro shocks is only $367 on Quadratec.
Thanks I found the ones on Quadratec thanks for your help Just hope the durable lol

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