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Looks good, glad you got it squared away and your parts finally arrived.

Enjoy the lift, hope it serves you well.

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I could not get around my ranch or some of these Idaho so called "roads" if I did that to my Jeep Cherokee.

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A Jeep Cherokee only requires a sawsall and lift blocks to fit 35's.

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Originally Posted by Whokalouie
I could not get around my ranch or some of these Idaho so called "roads" if I did that to my Jeep Cherokee.


With out the lift I couldnt have gone half the places i went Elk hunting this year

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Clayton Offroad makes some high quality suspension parts. I'll likely put a Clayton kit in my wife's new JL Wrangler. I had a 94 ZJ Grand with a Clayton kit and it was awesome. Don't just use blocks. Do it right the first time.


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[quote=GuideGun]Clayton Offroad makes some high quality suspension parts. I'll likely put a Clayton kit in my wife's new JL Wrangler. I had a 94 ZJ Grand with a Clayton kit and it was awesome. Don't just use blocks. Do it right the first time.[/quot



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Originally Posted by Houston_2
Originally Posted by 338rcm
Going with a 3" Rough County kit with springs and shocks per installers recommendations
Originally Posted by 338rcm
Going with a 3" Rough County kit with springs and shocks per installers recommendations

That’s a good fit. Keep an eye on those U-joints with the increased angle.

My brother has had nothing but problems with his rough country Ball Joints since he had the kit installed 2-3 years ago. He replaces ball joints and Rough country keeps warrantying them.

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