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Old 01-28-2015, 05:19 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hey guys. New to the forum and new to geo trackers. Correct me if I am wrong but I was told that you can lift a geo tracker 2-3" by putting stock jeep Suspention under it. True or not? If it is what do I all need off of the jeep? I have a buddy with a lifted jeep that said I can have all his stock parts if they'll work. Any input is appriciated! Thanks in advance
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You may be able to, you'll need the coil springs, but which springs from which jeep is what you need to know, and I don't think that information here - try the ZukiWorld forums - the guys there are more into lifting and off roading.
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I suggest that you get a complete lift kit for a hassle free installation like the Calmini thought it's expensive.. Click here for the lift. Or get a body lift which is an inexpensive option.
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