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  • Budget Lift Idea

    I heard that it was possible to do a budget lift with a front to rear spring swap and inserting springs from a Grand Cherokee over the front axle.

    I had heard of doing this with a GC, but never with a TJ. Is there something to this? It seems like it would be a REALLY inexpensive way to lift a vehicle.
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    My concern would be with spring rates. Otherwise, it sounds like a good plan.

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      I heard that stock ZJ springs can lift a TJ 3 inches. I think that would only work in the front (i.e. same coil set up). ZJ rear coils are very different then TJ rear coils. This would be a great cost effective way to lift a TJ. Let us know what you find out.
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