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Thread: '02 TJ Noob-Lift

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    '02 TJ Noob-Lift

    Summers here, and I started it off in style.

    I contacted 4WD Hardware in regards to:
    2'' Rubicon Express Eco-Lift
    4 - ProComp 33X12.5 and;
    SuperChips FlashPaq

    A Friend and I lifted the TJ in the Parking lot in the rain. (Thus, no pictures.)
    The tires were shipped separately, due to shipping expenses. So I took the 6 hour drive home with the Gixxer in tow.
    Upon reaching Brantford, I put the new tires on and drove to [edit: that illegal place I went- I wasn't aware until I read the forum of no-go places] I went.


    No problems were encountered during the lift. After all, what could go wrong...
    After the small trail run, I inspected everything before going back on the road, I saw that I broke the Right Sway Bar End Link.
    Sucks, but more the reason for disconnects.

    Last edited by jeepian; 07-07-2009 at 12:28 PM.

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    Yep, that's what they're made for. Nice Jeep!

    Did you check the clearance on your tires to the flares? Looks mighty close!
    '91 Frankenheep Edition. 4.0, 4" BDS, Richmond 8.8, 35" KM2's, Titan 12k, ... gone.
    '95 4Runner SR5. Air-Lift bags, OBA & 8K Winch, DD... gone.

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