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Hi, I have a 1995 YJ Jeep Wrangler. I am looking at purchasing this product, and I was wondering if I need to buy anything else to get it back on the road/trails again? Are there any other brackets, bolts, etc. that I will need?
Asked by Dj1997 from Metamora, MI on
Hi, This Trail Master 4.0 Inch Lift Kit with NGS Shocks -manual Steering is a nice, complete kit. Most YJ's in '95 have power steering, however, so you may want to double check that. Here is the lift for power steering, thanks for your inquiry. http://www.4wd.com/Jeep-Suspension/4-0-Inch-Lift-Kit-with-Nitro-Shocks-Power-Steering.aspx?t_c=1&t_s=38&t_pt=3533&t_pn=T/MTM3540-20013
Answered by Jim G Ext 4806 from Metamora, MI on
This kit is significantly cheaper than the kit that is used with power steering. Why can't this kit fit a YJ with power steering.
Asked by newby from Florida on
Hi Newby, The pitman arms between the power and manual steering boxes use different splines and will not interchange. We can offer the same price on either kit, thanks for the inquiry!
Answered by JIm G from Florida on
I currently have a 1994 YJ with a 5sp manual and no power steering. I know it is lifted with a broken spring in the back. is there a way to identify if the lift is 2.5 inch or 4.0 inch. The jeep is new to me and has 33*12.5-15LT Super Swampers? Prior to ordering i am checking to get to the correct items
Asked by Budget this again from Battle Ground WA on
Hey Budget, with the fact that you have 33 inch tires I would say that you have a 4 inch lift. I hope this answer helps and earns your business. Thanks for your question.
Answered by Devin B. ext 835 from Battle Ground WA on
Since the late 1980's Trail Master Suspension has been a trusted name in the off-road industry for suspension components that will get the job done at a reasonable price. Trail Master produces off-roading full suspension systems, shock absorbers, leveling kits, steering stabilizers and accessories for a variety of trucks, Jeeps and SUVs. Trail Master designs its products for the hardcore off-roader but at a price point for the weekend-warrior. Each complete suspension system is designed for and tested on each individual vehicle application, as are the leveling kits. To accompany its lift kits and leveling kits Trail Master has its own line of SSV shock absorbers meant for off-road use with extra wheel travel and fade free performance. Shop Trail Master Now