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Old 04-01-2014, 01:22 AM
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Re: The Official Lifted WK Thread

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Thats how i want mine but cant find a level or lift kit what kit do u have? Or what would u guys recomend? Dont want a big lift just want it to look leveled.
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Old 04-01-2014, 06:44 AM
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Re: The Official Lifted WK Thread

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Thats how i want mine but cant find a level or lift kit what kit do u have? Or what would u guys recomend? Dont want a big lift just want it to look leveled.
Look up Rocky Road Outfitters. They should have what you're looking for. Judd installed their 1.75" leveling kit on my MY14 WK2 and couldn't be happier.
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Old 04-01-2014, 09:50 AM
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Re: The Official Lifted WK Thread

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Look up Rocky Road Outfitters. They should have what you're looking for. Judd installed their 1.75" leveling kit on my MY14 WK2 and couldn't be happier.
Thanks man but they only show a 2.25" lift, would i have to change my shock or struts for tha?. And what do u guys think of the rough country 2" lift?
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Thanks man but they only show a 2.25" lift, would i have to change my shock or struts for tha?. And what do u guys think of the rough country 2" lift?
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No need to change shocks & struts for that lift at all. Spacers basically go on top of the shocks/struts. Actually, it looks like the rears would go on the bottom of the shocks, but I could be wrong.

Rough Country stuff is okay. Most people won't put it on a JK, but for anything else they're pretty decent. My brother-in-law has their 3.5" kit w/ control arms on his '06 Wrangler LJ and loves it.
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Old 05-02-2014, 12:01 PM
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Re: The Official "I Have A Lifted Jeep" Thread

My lifted Jeep.
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Looking for specifications and parts needed to achieve 8" of lift from the SL kit, is it a 4" or 6" lift kit? Spacers?
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Re: The Official "I Have A Lifted Jeep" Thread

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Hey mullenwk what lift did u use? It looks nice
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Re: The Official "I Have A Lifted Jeep" Thread

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Hey mullenwk what lift did u use? It looks nice
Daystar, I think the tires make a huge difference in how it looks with the lift too.
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Re: The Official "I Have A Lifted Jeep" Thread

Who's the guy with "the grouch" build? Anyone know the specs on his lift?
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Re: The Official "I Have A Lifted Jeep" Thread

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Daystar, I think the tires make a huge difference in how it looks with the lift too.
I like the stance it has i wanted mine to loom just leveled or a little higher up frobt but i got the rough country that has 2.5 in front and like one in back. But idk it just doesent convince me. Maybe because i kept my stock tires because there brand new.

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Re: The Official "I Have A Lifted Jeep" Thread

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I like the stance it has i wanted mine to loom just leveled or a little higher up frobt but i got the rough country that has 2.5 in front and like one in back. But idk it just doesent convince me. Maybe because i kept my stock tires because there brand new.

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It looks taller then stock for sure. I think with a larger tire you will get the stance your looking for. I hear you on replacing almost new tires but you might be able to flip those and offset the cost of replacing them.
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Re: The Official "I Have A Lifted Jeep" Thread

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Who's the guy with "the grouch" build? Anyone know the specs on his lift?
Mrtosh is his name on here. I'm sure if you read his build thread you can figure out how he achieved his lift.
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