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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 06-07-2014, 09:44 PM Thread Starter
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Mopar 4 inch lift

Cant seem to find any info on here about this lift. It is very expensive...... anyone have this lift or know anything about it?
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When I was looking for a lift, I looked for Mopar first. I am reasonably confident that a 4" lift doesn't exist for the commander. I think there is a lift that dealers were putting on the rubicon but not the XK.

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have seen it on a couple sites (have part number somewhere) and two dealers have told me they have it in stock. price ranges from 2200 to 2600us. its a 4 inch lift. dealer wants 10hr labour to install.
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If your looking for a 4" lift, just go with Superlift. I was quoted 2000$ for everything including install at 4wheel parts, but I ended up going with a custom 3" lift, with SL springs in the rear.
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If i aint mistaken, i believe from what i can tell all the moper 4" lift is a superlift 4" system.
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If i aint mistaken, i believe from what i can tell all the moper 4" lift is a superlift 4" system.
Yes, these lifts are the same.

I'm sure you can get a better price at The Steel Armadillo.
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