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Re: Lifting Cherokee [Re: DBL_DTY97TJ] #867248 02/07/08 08:38 PM
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I did the AAL........but....of course, after doing it, I should have spent the extra $100 and replaced the springs.
The AAL's are fine and ride great....but I always regret doin things half A$$$$$$$$$$$$ed. <img src="/forums/images/graemlins/shiner.gif" alt="" />


2000 KIA Sportage 4x4, Sadly Smushed! Now a 2001 Cheep Jerokee. 3" Rough Country Lift, 255/70/16 General AT2's
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Re: Lifting Cherokee [Re: el_d_m] #867249 02/09/08 04:52 AM
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aal's are a temporary fix to a perm problem & i have found them to be weak in the woods. it is worth the extra cash to put in full spring packs & you get a full lift that way. also, i may be wrong, but i didnt have any driveline or driveshaft or brake issues with a 3" lift. when i did anything above that i had to shim & change locations of things like steering components & brake lines. anything above 3" & you will have to replace your pitman arm too. thats not hard though.


93 xj stroked 4.2 w/4.0 head avenger supercharged 6.5" long arm 35" buckshots rubicon 44's front & rear
Re: Lifting Cherokee [Re: el_d_m] #867250 02/11/08 07:04 PM
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Thanks for all the info. It won't be going higher than 3" tops. <img src="/forums/images/graemlins/cheers.gif" alt="" />


97tj, Shaved Ford 9 rear, 4:10's, New 35x12.5 BFG KM2's to test!, Warn x8000i, ARB's, Quick Disco's, Hand Throttle, & it's my DD. smile
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