Advise on lifting my 2000 TJ

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Originally Posted by RetiredUSAFMSgt
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Take all of this with a grain of salt as I still have stock suspension(it works for me)…….I just do A LOT of reading while at work


I think that Metalcloak may offer a military discount(I assume by the SN you’re ex-military).
When others with a lot more knowledge than I come in here, they’ll suggest you figure out what you want out of your Jeep. That Metalcloak is one of the best from my readings, but if all you’ll do is street/camp out of the TJ…….you may be able to get something like the Zone lift(which gets good reviews for a cheap lift).

Also, you may want to call DPG(I think he’s name is Dirk). I’ve seen multiple posts where he has walked people through the suspensions based on their needs.

http://dpgoffroad.com/contact-us/


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