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2 in lift kit worth it? #1106557 12/10/21 02:09 AM
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Is the lift kit from mopar https://parts.jeepsareus.com/oem-parts/mopar-lift-kit-2-quot-lift-77072397ae?c=bD0zJm49U2VhcmNoIFJlc3VsdHM%3D worth it? Anyone owns mopar lift kit here? I would love to know its durability.

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Re: 2 in lift kit worth it? [Re: winchtrail] #1106562 12/24/21 12:47 PM
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You don’t list year or model of your Jeep, so, it is hard to give a definitive answer.

And, what is your ultimate goal for wanting a lift?

If you want clearance for larger tires (33 and up), a 3” lift is minimum for CJ, JK, YJ and TJ models. XJ models need 4” lift or more for 33” tires.

In short, I world pass on that specific lift as it is basic lift on newer Rubicon models.

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