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 Post subject: Lift for 2007 2wd KJ - Jeepin' by Al's system?
PostPosted: Thu Mar 13, 2014 9:17 pm 
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Hi all,

It's been awhile since I posted - I traded my 2007 4wd KJ for a 2011 Wrangler 2dr which now handles all my off road stuff. But my wife still has her 2007 2wd KJ. The Wrangler has spoiled me - soft, long-travel compliant suspension. I'd like to do the same for her vehicle. And with a minimum of secondary problems - brake lines, steering alignment, clanking, etc. I've been to Jeepin' by Al's website and he advertises a fairly expensive coil-over system. Will this fit a 2wd? And are there any problems with steering/brake lines after installation? Thank for your comments.

Gene

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 Post subject: Re: Lift for 2007 2wd KJ - Jeepin' by Al's system?
PostPosted: Thu Mar 13, 2014 10:04 pm 
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All lifts are the same , what fits a 4 wheel drive will also fit the 2 wheel.
So you'll have no issues with any of them

The adjustable coilover lifts ride really well , much different than a full spring kit

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 Post subject: Re: Lift for 2007 2wd KJ - Jeepin' by Al's system?
PostPosted: Thu Mar 13, 2014 10:14 pm 
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tommudd wrote:
All lifts are the same , what fits a 4 wheel drive will also fit the 2 wheel.
So you'll have no issues with any of them

The adjustable coilover lifts ride really well , much different than a full spring kit


Tom,

Thanks for the response. I'll probably go the 2.5" coil-overs. The 2007 has the original springs and they have sagged in the front. Expensive, but can't wait to do the replacement.

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