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Old 08-18-2019, 11:37 AM
mjdriver mjdriver is offline
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73 J2000, how to lift?

hello, I am wanting to lift my j2000 short-bed around 3-4 inches. post suspension. im wondering what my options are, I know hell creek makes a kit, it looks like you ger 4 springs and thats it, guess im on my own with all the bushings, U bolts, and shocks. just wondering what other options I have if any. my front shackle and spring eye bushing are shot, rear look ok they are all rubber. I heard somewhere I could use cj5 springs in the front but not sure on the specifics, and maybe blocks in the rear. thanks for looking.
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