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Administrator 12-03-2012 02:27 PM

RIDE of the MONTH - November 2012
 

borne2sup71 12-05-2012 11:18 PM

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Does this Jeep have a lift on it? I have a 2010 and was thinking about doing something like this as mine is due for new tires. Will I lose a lot of gas mileage? Mine has the 3.7 liter 6cyl. Thank you.:thanks:

CableDawg 12-08-2012 07:36 AM

yes it has a 2 inch lift. and i havnt drove it since the lift got put on it, (currently out of the states) but my sister has been driving it and i dont think there is much of a drop in mpg.

Ross 12-10-2012 01:21 PM

The drop in mpg will come from a larger/more aggressive tire, the lift shouldn't affect it at all. I have the daystar 2 inch lift but it seems to run a bit on the short side and it doesn't level out the front end like other spacer kits. I recently bought the Old Man Emu HD springs and struts which give 2+" of lift. This is just about the best 2" lift kit offered for our Jeep, and many of us have ended up just upgrading from our spacer lifts to the OME kit, so you may want to check this kit out.


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