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Old April 10th, 2013, 07:37 AM   #1
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Default 99 xj 2" lift kit dimensions

Looking to machine my own lift for a 99 xj .. anyone have dimentions for this or a print?
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Old April 10th, 2013, 04:16 PM   #2
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Shackles and coil spacers?
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Originally Posted by philipstrunk36 View Post
looking to lift for a 99 xj
ebay!! Why machine something that is cheap enough to buy and spend all the extra time you save not building it all yourself, using the jeep instead of working on it? I just bought one just over 200 bucks, complete 2" kit with shocks and TC drop blocks.
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you could piece together something cheaper than $200.

find some used f150 coild (i paid $20 for mine)
i got some free leaf springs that i pieced together my own leaf pack.

used modified 2004 F150 king cab shocks for the front, for the rear i used s10 shocks, i had less than $150 into lifting it.
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