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I have a '93 wrangler that my dad got from his friend from work for cheap. It came with a lift but we dont know how much lift it is. It has 35 inch Geos that are slightly worn with about 5 inches of space from the tread to the bottom of the rear fender. Can anybody tell me how much lift you think is on the jeep? Thanks for any help.
 

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You are better off posting a pic. You are asking us a question that is on par with how many M&M's does it take to fill up a glass jar? :D I'm sure you will get an somewhat accurate response with a few pics.
 

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If i could, i wouldve done it right away. My camera broke a while ago though so i figure i'd try this. I'll ty i with my camera on my phone. I think i know how to do that
 

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Then we definitely need some pics of the spring packs, maybe the shackles (reversal/lift?), etc. But other than getting a general "to clear 35's it's about a 6" lift", it's going to be hard to nail it down.
 

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Thanks for guessing. And if my dad ever lets me help, it would be done and we'd go do some light trals probably. But when i get my lisence, my mom said i have to make it a trail only rig:D, and then buy my own jeep and make it a DD/mild trail rig which'll definately be a cherokee.
 

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I ran those springs, they are a good set, ride nice, military wrap etc etc. Either they are from 4wd Hardware or straight from the maker..BDS. Looks like the 3.5" version. Wheel the shit out of them then sell them once you are ready to upgrade.
 

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Oh....and take that windshield sticker off.......seriously you don't want that thing on there. :rainbow:
 
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