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Love the kit, ended up putting a 4" block in the back, rather than the 2.5" due to it being nose high.
I love this ProComp Lift Kit! I think its a great product, however I do have one issue with it. The front coilover shocks allow a 5-7 inch lift but the rear axle lift block only allow a 4 inch lift. I think this kit should come with a 5 inch lift block instead of the 3 inch lift block it comes with. I prefer my truck have a leveled out appearance rather than the front being 2 inches higher than the rear.
I purchased kit #EXPK5080BPX with the coilovers and prorunner shocks and it actually feels pretty darn close to stock so far. I like it.
I just need some clarification if i install this lift on my 2007 Jeep Wrangler, What are the "required" components that have to be installed along with this lift in order for it to work? EX: Do I have to have a drag link flip kit? drive shaft replacement? I would just like some advice concerning this from the experts! thanks!
Asked by Patrick from Rogers, AR on
Hi Patrick, This Pro Comp Suspension 4 Inch Stage I Lift Kit with ES9000 Shocks is a very complete kit. With this 4" lift there's no need for a drag link flip or aftermarket drive shafts. You'll get a matched set of springs, shocks, bump stop extensions,, brake line relocation brackets, links for the sway bars, all the parts needed to raise it. Great question, thanks for your inquiry.
Answered by Jim G Ext 4806 from Rogers, AR on
I would like to know if this kit will work on a 1986 CJ7
Asked by Jeff from on
Hey Jeff, this kit is for 1987 to 1995 and will not work for your 1986 CJ7. Thanks for your question.
Answered by Devin B. ext 4835 from on
I am looking at picking this up for my 95 yj and I'm curious as to what the difference is between the stage II and the other stage I I'm assuming ?
Asked by EvoJJGiguere from RI on
Hello! The Stage I lift uses the ES9000 shocks, while the Stage II lift has the adjustable MX-6 shocks! Its well worth it to get the adjustable shocks!
Answered by Aaron S. from RI on
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