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Old June 19th, 2013, 09:55 PM   #1
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hello everyone i was wondering if there would be a down fall if i added 3 in coil spacers and 1.5/2in rear shackle kit to my xj that is already has a 3 in suspension lift? i know i would need to buy new shocks but is there anything else?
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Old June 19th, 2013, 11:33 PM   #2
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figure on a full set of front adjustable control arms, or long arm the front, 6 inches on short arms will not be good
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Old June 19th, 2013, 11:39 PM   #3
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Brake lines, SYE kit, drive shafts, pitman arm and all the stuff sandfox said. That's just the tip of the iceberg,
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Old June 20th, 2013, 12:07 AM   #4
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i have the extended control arms. why would i need the brake lines and drive shafts

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what else would i need down the road? because all i thought i needed were the shocks to go with the coil spacers
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what else would i need down the road? because all i thought i needed were the shocks to go with the coil spacers
If it was stock, this may be the case. Also, with a dropped pitman arm you will need a new track bar and frame bracket or you will get bumpsteer like a mofo. I like the BDS version. The more you go up, the more you will need to change. Like the SYE kit and rear driveshaft.
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Ok so it goes from a $200 project to a $1000 project?

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Ok so it goes from a $200 project to a $1000 project?
If you're lucky you'll get off that cheap. Good stuff isn't cheap. Cheap stuff you buy a dozen of and finally get the good stuff.
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thats true i guess i will pass on the coil spacers
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Old June 26th, 2013, 11:40 PM   #10
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if I just get a 6in lift kit would I need all that stuff still?
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if I just get a 6in lift kit would I need all that stuff still?
Yes.
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either way you go yes you will need all the stuff mentioned above.
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ok thank you
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unless the 6" lift kit includes all the stuff.
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yeah but it would be a expensive one
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yeah but it would be a expensive one
Leave the suspension and buy a lunch box locker or two.


Lockers get you places!
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Leave the suspension and buy a lunch box locker or two.


Lockers get you places!
what do you suggest
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what do you suggest
They are all about the same. I have 2 Aussies and they work great.
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X2 on Aussie, no tire size or horsepower limits for warranty unlike the spartan locker that has a tire size limit of 32".....just like the pos Detroit ez-locker (epic fail)

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