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I was thinking about lifting my 2wd 2-3inches What would be the most bang for the buck and any thoughts. I do no go off road just want the the good looks

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At least your honest. :)

Go with a spacer lift. Cheap and makes the vehicle look good. You can then put your money in more Show stuff, bling, or stereo or what ever makes your Fj look good for the street.

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Im kidding Im kidding.....

Definitely go with a spacer lift. A spacer lift will do everything you don't need it not to do.
 

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- ReadyLIFT.com I put one on my 4x4 rig and yes I do go off road, mostly hunting and that kind of stuff, it looks great and gives me a bit more clearance.
 

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I bought the vehicle for the looks and to pull my motorcyle trailer to the track. So yes it is a street queen But it should look rugged Do I need anything for the rear???
Thanks for the tips.
Now where should I buy these componets from?
Ed
 

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i got my spacers on ebay., front and rear, 40 bucs for the rear and 120 for the fronts, ill be selling them soon in about a month because i will install the Fox shocks that i will get from All-Pro
 

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just a hitch and wiring harness set up. Contact ready lift directly and they will take care of you.
 

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Even though it's 2WD, a lift will still allow it to go places it couldn't before.

In comparison, my wife has a 2WD quad that I lifted, and it made a huge difference in where it can now go.

I say go for it.
 
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