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I've installed a pro comp 2 inch that came with springs and shocks. It raised the jeep 2 3/4". I added 32 10.5 15 tsl rad.s it's a 4 banger but still does good. id like to go a little more, maybe with the spacers. at what point do i have to worry about drive shaft angle? they make a 3/4 and a 1 inch poly spacer. will that change the spring stiffness big time? right now it handles just fine. with no vibration or anything. but id like just a little more lift.

I wont do a body lift, so,,,, any sugestions?
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General rule of thumb is 4” before driveline angle becomes an issue. You can then use a slip yoke eliminator kit (SYE) or the most cost effective method is a transfer case drop kit. You buy a kit that uses spacers to drop the cross member/belly pan to restore some of the drive shaft angle.
 

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I say if your only putting in spacers throw them in, and if you get drive line vibe pull them back out. Then you at least know where you stand.
 
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