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you can make coil overs for it. i did it to mine, i took 3 inch body lift blocks for a truck (the big ones that go under the cab) i cut them in half drilled them out to slide over the shock and put the spring over it. it really stiffened up th suspension but it gave it prolly an 1"-1.25" of lift and it keeps it unlike lift springs which eventually settle. oh yeah i also painted the blocks yellow looks really cool!!!!!!!!
 

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i've got some pics of it when i was installing on my computer, but have NO IDEA how to post them here!!!! if you can tell me how, i will be glad to.
 

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i've got some pics of it when i was installing on my computer, but have NO IDEA how to post them here!!!! if you can tell me how, i will be glad to.
 

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Just some FYI, I bought an extreme lift kit off ebay that had an best offer tab and offered $80 for it and got it. That is not a bad price and I have beat the **** out of it in the mud. Well worth the money over time in my opinion. By the way you can get the same lift kit for a foreman or a rubicon.
 

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i've got some pics of it when i was installing on my computer, but have NO IDEA how to post them here!!!! if you can tell me how, i will be glad to.
at the bottom of the page where you go to write a message, "Add an Attachment" section. just hit browse, find them and attach them.
 

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guess i'm retarted, it won't add the attachment for some reason, i think the file is to large, maybe i'll figure it out eventually!!!!!!
 
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