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    ok if your looking for a lift ck this out

    i would like to thank ianf406 on naxja for all this heres a link to the naxja site that i got this off of
    http://www.naxja.org/forum/showthread.php?t=1055328

    First off, the Baby lifts (0-2.9")

    http://www.4x4groupbuy.com/store/xj-...-2-p-2172.html
    Old Man Emu 2" lift - 839- I can find an Old Man Emu home page so i just looked for the kits... They make great stuff. Are owned by arb i believe. This high quality kit comes with 4 OME shocks, Coil Springs, full leaf springs, and a set of JKS quick disconects.

    http://www.blackdiamondoffroad.com/l...ifttype=5&lift id=5
    BlackDiamond 2.5" lift(s)- 567-306 Black Diamond is a new branch of Superlift. They offer two 2.5" kits, the cheaper of the two comes with add-a-leafs while the more price one has full springs. They are both a pretty complete kit

    http://www.superlift.com/Catalog.asp?V=256
    Superlift 2.5" lift- 510- This kit lifts you 2.5" and includes shocks, control arms, add-a-leafs- and coils. Not many people in the 4x4 world havent heard of superlift as they have been around forever.

    http://store.jksmfg.com/merchant2/me...JKS01&Category _Code=CherokeeXJ
    Jks 1.5" lift- 470 Jks doesnt offer a lift kit for the xj but they offer several items you can piece together like adjustable coil spacers, adjustable control arms, and shackles. The price is a rough estimate on what it would cost you through them. They have alot of one-of-a-kind items and its very well made. (at least my quick-disconects from them are)

    http://bds-suspension.com/product?ma...8&yr=1984-2001
    Bds 2" lift- 431 Bds offers this kit and 2 under it (1.75" lift and .75" lift) this kit comes with add-a-leafs, shocks, coils, and all the hardware you need- BDS is considered very good

    http://www.skyjacker.com/
    Skyjacker 2" lift- 390-360- this kit is overpriced in my opinion. (as are all of their lifts in my eyes) It includes shacles and spacers

    http://www.4wd.com/jeep-parts.aspx?c...id=357&plID=60
    4wd.com-2"lift- 380-140 4wd offers their own budget kits, two different versions. The cheap one includes coils, spacers, AAL, and a bunch of bolts. The more expensive one has all of the above and shocks.

    http://www.procompusa.com/prodDetail...ID=1&subCat=38 &ptID=5491&plID=1808
    ProComp 2" lift- 290- Procomps kit comes with shocks, coils, control arms, Add-a-leafs and all the mounting hardware you need

    http://www.rubiconexpress.com/Suspen...px?part=RE6160
    RubiconExpress 2" lift- 260 Kit comes with shocks, add-a-leafs, and spacers. Also includes a brake line!

    http://zoneoffroad.com/product?ki=31&gr=-1
    Zoneoffroad-2" lift- 251 Kit that comes with add-a-leafs, spacers, and shocks. Fairly cheap price for all it contains

    http://www.roughcountry.com/jeep_xj_1.html
    RoughCountrys 1.5" lift- 250 Kit comes with shackles, Spacers, shocks, and bolts

    http://www.fullsizexjgear.com/Tomken...and%20Kits.htm
    Tomken 2" kit- 155 Comes with spacers, blocks, brake extensions.. its like 3/4 down the page

    http://www.daystarweb.com/productlis...odel=XJ+Cherok ee&selYear=1999&txtPartNo=&search.x=12&search.y=7
    Daystar 1" 3/4" lift- 150- Kit comes with shackles and spacers. Just like 90% of the other budget boost kits. On the plus side they do offer poly bushings.

    http://www.teraflex.biz/shop-by-vehi...rokee-xj-84-01
    TeraFlex 2" lift- 135- TeraFlexs version of the budget boost kit, shackles and spacers

    http://www.trailmastersuspension.com...tegory=Suspens ion Lift Kits&Active=Yes
    TrailMaster 2" lift- 120 Trail masters offers a budget boost for the xj that includes shackles and spacers.

    http://www.warriorproducts.com/catal...ion-lift-kits/
    Warrior 1-2" lift- 70 Warrior offers one of the cheapest budget boost kits

    Meet the Todler lifts! (3.0-3.9")

    http://www.tntcustoms.com/rock-tek35...olutionxj.aspx
    T&T Customs 3.5" Lift- 2395 T&T is considered to be one of the "premium" companies out there and this is a y-link kit that comes with everything you need. Very good but expensive kit

    http://www.skyjacker.com/
    skyjacker 3.0" lift-1300-650 I personally think skyjacker charges way to much for their kits. If you still want to check them out, they have like 5 different 3" liftshttp://www.skyjacker.com/

    http://www.dpgoff-road.com/site/OMEXJkits.htm
    Old Man Emu 3" lift- 915 Cant find their home page. Very good company though. This kit includes everything you need, People Love OME.. I just have no idea where to find them-

    http://www.4wd.com/jeep-parts.aspx?c...id=357&plID=60
    4wd.com 3"lift- 850-550 4wd.com offers 4 different 3" lifts, They all have all the basics, The expensive ones come with expensive shocks and replace the add-a-leafs with Full packs.

    http://www.procompusa.com/prodDetail...ID=1&subCat=38 &ptID=5491&plID=1808
    ProComp 3"lift 800-550 Procomp has a few options with their 3" lift (thus the price range). People really like them and they come with everything including shocks. only bad thing is the Add-a-Leafs

    http://www.rubiconexpress.com/Suspen...px?part=RE6300
    RubbiconExpress 3.5" lift- 760-450 Rubbicon express offers 4 different 3.5" kits. Two of them are "superflex kits" and two are "superride kits". None of them come with shocks and only the most expensive has full springs. You can add shocks for around 150

    http://www.tuffcountry.com/suspensio...lift-kits.html
    TuffCountry 3.5" lift-740-530 TuffCountry offers two kits for the xj. The cheaper one comes with blocks, the more expensive with full springs. Both are a pretty complete kit.

    http://www.full-traction.com/detail....=1&PRODUCTID=9 7&NOTES=20
    Fulltraction 3.5" lift- 670-510 Full traction offers two 3.5" lifts. They both include everything you need except shocks and are fully bolt on. They include a few extras over the others like bumpstops and double add-a-leafs. The expensive version sports "SRS" Silent Ride System

    http://www.warriorproducts.com/catal...ion-lift-kits/
    warrior 3" lift- 660- Warriors 3" lift includes control arms, Add-a-leafs, shocks and everything else you need to get on your way. I dont personally know anyone that runs them.

    http://www.ruggedridgeoffroad.com/je...-lift-kits.php
    RuggedRidge 3"lift-650-440 Rugged Ridge offers two 3" lift for the xj. Both are Add-a-leafs, the cheaper one does not come with shocks.

    http://www.quadratec.com/products/pr...34%3B+Suspensi on+Systems&c=15&pn=76031+70X&h=&spg=&cv=
    Ranco 3" lift- 630-570 Ranchos 3" lift. They have been making lifts for along time but on their site, they no longer list anything for xjs. If you look around you can find them for xjs up to 97. Includes full leafs, coils, and everything you need to install!

    http://bds-suspension.com/product?ma...8&yr=1984-2001
    Bds 3" lift-577 Bds offers this 3" kit and it coms with everything! for that price they come with add-a-leafs, coils, shocks, and all the mounting stuff. They have a ton of options on their site though and you could turn that lift into something else entirely for more

    http://rustysoffroad.com/mm5/merchan...rustys&Product _Code=RK-300SP-XJ&Category_Code=sus_xj_kit
    Rustys 3" lift- 438-265 Rustys offers two 3" lifts, one of them (438) comes with full leaf springs while the other (265) comes with Add-A-Leaf. They also offer kits with discounts on tires and stuff with most of their lifts.

    http://www.ironrockoffroad.com/Merch...IROR&Product_C ode=IR-X_3LK&Category_Code=PFX
    Ironrockoffroad- 3" lift- 339.99 Kit that comes with everything you need. Comes with add-a-leafs. Newer company with good reviews across the board so far.

    http://www.roughcountry.com/jeep_xj_...lift_kits.html
    RoughCountry 3" lift- 345-255 Rough Country has two 3" kits. Both have add-a-leafs, shocks, coils, and all the hardware you need. The more expensive one also comes with control arms. Pretty cheap!

    http://www.rockkrawler.com/index.php?r_intro=no
    RockKrawler 3.0" lift- 300 To me this kit is overpriced. It doesnt come with hardley anything (just coils and shackles). Many people love RockKrawler

    http://zoneoffroad.com/product?ki=34&gr=-1
    zoneoffroad- 3" lift- 290.66 Kit comes with add-a-leafs,shocks, and coils.. fairly cheap!


    Then the Teen lifts (4.0-5.9")

    http://www.tntcustoms.com/rock-tek45...ionxj-1-1.aspx
    T&T Customs 5.5" Lift- 2599 T&T is a one of the best out there, As you can tell by the price. This kit comes with everthing and extra like Diamond cut leaf springs and a whole new belly pan to mount the Y-link Long arms off of. http://www.tntcustoms.com/rock-tek45...utionxj-1.aspx
    T&T Customs 4.5" lift- 2549 Same as above but smaller!

    http://www.rockkrawler.com/index.php?r_intro=no
    RockKrawler 4.5" lift- 2500-830- Rock Krawler offers multiple 4.5" kits and they vary alot depending which one you get. Some of them are simple, Some have long arms, Some are AAL, Some have full pack. I am not going to disect them here. It is considered a very good company.

    http://www.rubiconexpress.com/Suspen...px?part=RE6300
    RubiconExpress 5.5"kit-2050/1200 Rubicon Express kit is Long Arm and comes with everything you need. They have several options when you purchase so you can add better shocks and all that good stuff. Good reviews for the most part! They also offer two 5.5" kits for around 1200 that are not long arm. Still complete kits!

    http://claytonoffroad.com/product_in...roducts_id/113
    ClaytonOffroad 4.5" Lift- 1999 - Another of the "premium" companies, Clayton lifts are very well built. This kit comes with Long Arms, a 3-piece crossmember, adjustable control arms and everything else you need. Great reviews! They also offer a few cheaper 4.5" kits that range from 1300-1650, they are not long arm kits but do come with everything you need including full Leaf Springs.

    http://bds-suspension.com/product?ma...8&yr=1984-2001
    BDS 4.5" lift- 1740 This kit comes with full backs, adjustable control arms, swaybar quick disconects, adjustable track bar and lots of other goodies. If you customize it (easy on their site) you can make it even better

    http://www.ironrockoffroad.com/Merch...IROR&Product_C ode=IR-X5CPK&Category_Code=PFX
    IronRockOffroad 5.5" lift- 1349- Rather new company with good reviews, This kit is a Long Arm kit that includes a everything you need and gives you the option to upgrade any piece you want (shocks, quick disconnects ect). It has a 3-piece subframe that easily allows you to get to the transfer case. They also offer a 4" long arm kit for 1049

    http://www.superlift.com/Catalog.asp?V=256
    SuperLift 4" lift- 1300-1000 Super lift offers two kits, the more expensive kit has "rockrunner" lower link arms. Superlift has been around for a while and have all kinds of reviews

    http://www.roughcountry.com/jeep_xj_...lift_kits.html
    RoughCountry 4.5" lift-1300-460 RoughCountry has three 4.5" kits, the cheapest being 450 with add-a-leafs, shocks, control arms, and everything else you need. The middle includes full spring pack and upercontrol arms. The most expensive one is a Long Arm kit and icludes a subframe.

    http://www.rubiconexpress.com/Suspen...px?part=RE6300
    RubiconExpress 4.5" lift- 1050- 940 Rubicon express also offers two versions of their 4.5 kit. Both come with everything you need but the cheap one comes with add-a-leafs and blocks.

    http://www.fabtechmotorsports.com/pr...9&display=JEEP 4WD
    Fabtech 4" lift- 970 Fabtech only makes one lift for the xj and this is it. Reall pretty lift but it does have add-a-leafs. Other than that it is a complete kit!

    http://www.teraflex.biz/shop-by-vehi...rokee-xj-84-01
    TeraFlex 4" lift - 900-400- TeraFlex offers two very different kits at the 4" level. The more expensive one comes with longer control arms with flex joints while the other does not. Both come with Add-A-Leafs, and neither have shocks

    http://www.fullsizexjgear.com/Tomken...and%20Kits.htm
    Tomken 4" lift- 870- Its like halfway down that page, Very unique control arms and comes with everything you need. Old Jeepers like my dad love the stuff

    http://rustysoffroad.com/mm5/merchan...rustys&Product _Code=RK-405SP-XJ&Category_Code=sus_xj_kit
    Rustys- 4.5" lift 669-589 Rustys offers two 4.5 kits, one of them (669) Comes with full leaf springs, the other (589) comes with add-a-leafs. People either love or hate Rustys.

    http://zoneoffroad.com/product?ki=35&gr=-1
    Zoneoffroad 4.5" lift- 495 Kit comes with everything you need including control arms. Only comes with add-a-leafs. I dont know anyone who runs them

    http://www.ironrockoffroad.com/Merch...IROR&Product_C ode=IR-X4LK&Category_Code=PFX
    Ironrockoffroad 4.0" lift-449 This is their cheap 4" kit, Comes with Add-a-leafs and no control arms.

    http://www.trailmastersuspension.com...tegory=Suspens ion Lift Kits&Active=Yes
    TrailMaster 4.0" lift- 440 TrailMasters kit comes with add-a-leafs and does not include shocks. Other than that it has everything you need.

    Followed by the manly lifts (6.0-7.9")

    http://claytonoffroad.com/index.php/cPath/18_66
    ClaytonOffroad 6.5" lift- 3500/2209 Clayton offers two 6.5" Long arm kits, both are very well built. The expensive one includes a coil conversion. People love them!

    http://www.skyjacker.com/
    Skyjacker 6" lift- 2900-2700 SkyJacker offers 3 different 6" kits, They are not Long arm but come with everything you need.

    http://www.rockkrawler.com/index.php?r_intro=no
    RockKrawler 6.5" lift- 2700/1500 RockKrawler offers two 6.5" long arm kits. They claim "the best off road ability of any 6.5" system. One version includes a rear coil conversion. Both come with everything you need!

    http://bds-suspension.com/product?ma...8&yr=1984-2001
    Bds 6.5" lift- 2590- Very complete kit, comes with everything you could want.. adjustable control arms w/flex ends, sway bar disconects, shocks, sub frame. Very good reviews!

    http://www.full-traction.com/detail....=1&PRODUCTID=9 8&NOTES=9,10
    FullTraction 6.0" lift- 1770 FullTractions kit offers Long arms, full leafs and everything else you need (except shocks). This kit has good reviews on a few forums.

    http://rustysoffroad.com/mm5/merchan...rustys&Product _Code=RK-605LT-XJ&Category_Code=sus_xj_kit
    Rustys 6.5" lift- 1740-1100 Rustys seems to be popular on this forum.. not so much on some of the others. This kit is Long arm and comes with everything you need. It also has many upgrades and options to choose from. The also offer a 6.5" lift that is not long arm for 1100.

    http://www.teraflex.biz/shop-by-vehi...rokee-xj-84-01
    TeraFlex 6.0" Lift- 1720 TeraFlex'S largest kit. Includes Long Arms, Full Leaf PacK and boasts great on the road handling. Does not include shocks however.

    http://www.ironrockoffroad.com/Merch...IROR&Product_C ode=IR-X_6LK&Category_Code=PFX

    IronRockOffroad 6.5" lift- 1449 Rather new company with good reviews, This kit is a Long Arm kit that includes a everything you need and gives you the option to upgrade any piece you want (shocks, quick disconnects ect). It has a 3-piece subframe that easily allows you to get to the transfer case. *this is the kit i run and i love it! never had a problem and handles wonderfully! Great customer Service

    http://www.roughcountry.com/jeep_xj_...lift_kits.html
    RoughCountry 6.5" lift-1449-900 Rough Country offers two 6.5" kits. The more expensive is Long Arm and comes with everything you need. The other one comes with all four control arms (short) full packs, shocks and all that stuff. one of the cheapest companies out there!

    http://www.fullsizexjgear.com/Tomken...and%20Kits.htm
    Tomken 6" lift- 910 - This kit has uniquly shaped control arms that give you alot of axle drop and comes with everything you need. also includes super-dense bushings- dont ever hear about them except from old jeepers like my dad

    And last but not least, the "compensation" lifts (8.0" and up)

    http://www.skyjacker.com/
    Skyjacker 8.0" lift-3550 SkyJackers 8" lift, complete kit comes with everything you need. For the price i Believe there are much better options.

    http://claytonoffroad.com/index.php/cPath/18_66
    ClaytonOffroad 8.0" lift- 3500/2369 Same as their 6.5" kit, both are Long Arm kits but one has the coil conversion. All of their lifts come with everything you need and have some cool features such as a 3-piece subframe.

    http://bds-suspension.com/product?ma...8&yr=1984-2001
    BDS 8.5" lift- 2830 Good kit, comes with everything you need, lots of cool parts, people love them. Has a few flash perks like "kevlar line stainless steel brake lines" and stuff like that. And of course its Long Arm.

    http://www.acmejeepparts.com/product...googlemerchant
    Tomken 8" lift- 2100- Not long arm but comes with "ultra flex" control arms and everything else you need to get going. Good looking kit to me!

    http://rustysoffroad.com/mm5/merchan...rustys&Product _Code=RK-800LT-XJ&Category_Code=sus_xj_kit
    Rustys 8.0" lift- 1900 Rustys seems to be popular on this forum.. not so much on some of the others. This kit is Long arm and comes with everything you need. It also has many upgrades and options to choose from.

    http://www.ironrockoffroad.com/Merch...IROR&Product_C ode=IR-X8CPK&Category_Code=PFX
    IronRockOffroad 8.0" lift- 1549 Rather new company with good reviews, This kit is a Long Arm kit that includes a everything you need and gives you the option to upgrade any piece you want (shocks, quick disconnects ect). It has a 3-piece subframe that easily allows you to get to the transfer case.


    some of the links might not work but it does give you a good place to start
    i know my spelling and grammer are bad but dont worry its not getting any better

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    shot rene ,,, great post ,,thanks
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    Sweet information and wowsers what a lot of lifts.
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    Good collection, thanks
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    Wow! That is a great list!!!

    4WheelingPlus.com can beat most (not all) of the prices listed above on the items that we are an "authorized dealer" for.

    No guarantees... BUT: It doesn't hurt to ask for a deal.


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    Great list. thank you.

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    I've got a loud clicking or popping noise coming from the front left suspension and it only happens under flex or hard right turns. Any ideas?

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    Check the axle u joints. I had some issues like that and it turned out to be the ball joint on the track bar
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    can the factory trac bar ball joint be rebuilt or do i have to buy a new trac bar? i have the same problem

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    Alright, here's a question that may be out there, but i haven't found it. I just picked up a 94 xj for 1000.00 bucks, and it came with a new in the box 6.5 RC long arm in hatchwiating to be put on. Gonna try to start putting it together this spring but I want to see some tire size comparisons on the same lift 33's vs 35's. If you guys have some pics you wouldn't mind posting up, it would be much appreciated. Thanks

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    Tire size depends on whether or not you will trim fenders and how much bumpstopping you do.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cabledawg79 View Post
    Alright, here's a question that may be out there, but i haven't found it. I just picked up a 94 xj for 1000.00 bucks, and it came with a new in the box 6.5 RC long arm in hatchwiating to be put on. Gonna try to start putting it together this spring but I want to see some tire size comparisons on the same lift 33's vs 35's. If you guys have some pics you wouldn't mind posting up, it would be much appreciated. Thanks
    Check out Matt's thread. 6.5" RC long arm lift on a 97 XJ


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    Just as a FYI .... 35's are cool but you will need a gear change at minimum ,I would strongly recommend a axle change front and rear to stand up to that much rubber. 33's are the optimum tire size for a lifted XJ.
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    the clayto 6.5" three link is the big boy lift i am gonna get next sumer, rough country has a 3" lift for a lil over 500 thats full leaf springs, coils and shocks

    Quote Originally Posted by rguignard View Post
    ok if your looking for a lift ck this out

    i would like to thank ianf406 on naxja for all this heres a link to the naxja site that i got this off of
    http://www.naxja.org/forum/showthread.php?t=1055328

    First off, the Baby lifts (0-2.9")

    http://www.4x4groupbuy.com/store/xj-...-2-p-2172.html
    Old Man Emu 2" lift - 839- I can find an Old Man Emu home page so i just looked for the kits... They make great stuff. Are owned by arb i believe. This high quality kit comes with 4 OME shocks, Coil Springs, full leaf springs, and a set of JKS quick disconects.

    http://www.blackdiamondoffroad.com/l...ifttype=5&lift id=5
    BlackDiamond 2.5" lift(s)- 567-306 Black Diamond is a new branch of Superlift. They offer two 2.5" kits, the cheaper of the two comes with add-a-leafs while the more price one has full springs. They are both a pretty complete kit

    http://www.superlift.com/Catalog.asp?V=256
    Superlift 2.5" lift- 510- This kit lifts you 2.5" and includes shocks, control arms, add-a-leafs- and coils. Not many people in the 4x4 world havent heard of superlift as they have been around forever.

    http://store.jksmfg.com/merchant2/me...JKS01&Category _Code=CherokeeXJ
    Jks 1.5" lift- 470 Jks doesnt offer a lift kit for the xj but they offer several items you can piece together like adjustable coil spacers, adjustable control arms, and shackles. The price is a rough estimate on what it would cost you through them. They have alot of one-of-a-kind items and its very well made. (at least my quick-disconects from them are)

    http://bds-suspension.com/product?ma...8&yr=1984-2001
    Bds 2" lift- 431 Bds offers this kit and 2 under it (1.75" lift and .75" lift) this kit comes with add-a-leafs, shocks, coils, and all the hardware you need- BDS is considered very good

    http://www.skyjacker.com/
    Skyjacker 2" lift- 390-360- this kit is overpriced in my opinion. (as are all of their lifts in my eyes) It includes shacles and spacers

    http://www.4wd.com/jeep-parts.aspx?c...id=357&plID=60
    4wd.com-2"lift- 380-140 4wd offers their own budget kits, two different versions. The cheap one includes coils, spacers, AAL, and a bunch of bolts. The more expensive one has all of the above and shocks.

    http://www.procompusa.com/prodDetail...ID=1&subCat=38 &ptID=5491&plID=1808
    ProComp 2" lift- 290- Procomps kit comes with shocks, coils, control arms, Add-a-leafs and all the mounting hardware you need

    http://www.rubiconexpress.com/Suspen...px?part=RE6160
    RubiconExpress 2" lift- 260 Kit comes with shocks, add-a-leafs, and spacers. Also includes a brake line!

    http://zoneoffroad.com/product?ki=31&gr=-1
    Zoneoffroad-2" lift- 251 Kit that comes with add-a-leafs, spacers, and shocks. Fairly cheap price for all it contains

    http://www.roughcountry.com/jeep_xj_1.html
    RoughCountrys 1.5" lift- 250 Kit comes with shackles, Spacers, shocks, and bolts

    http://www.fullsizexjgear.com/Tomken...and%20Kits.htm
    Tomken 2" kit- 155 Comes with spacers, blocks, brake extensions.. its like 3/4 down the page

    http://www.daystarweb.com/productlis...odel=XJ+Cherok ee&selYear=1999&txtPartNo=&search.x=12&search.y=7
    Daystar 1" 3/4" lift- 150- Kit comes with shackles and spacers. Just like 90% of the other budget boost kits. On the plus side they do offer poly bushings.

    http://www.teraflex.biz/shop-by-vehi...rokee-xj-84-01
    TeraFlex 2" lift- 135- TeraFlexs version of the budget boost kit, shackles and spacers

    http://www.trailmastersuspension.com...tegory=Suspens ion Lift Kits&Active=Yes
    TrailMaster 2" lift- 120 Trail masters offers a budget boost for the xj that includes shackles and spacers.

    http://www.warriorproducts.com/catal...ion-lift-kits/
    Warrior 1-2" lift- 70 Warrior offers one of the cheapest budget boost kits

    Meet the Todler lifts! (3.0-3.9")

    http://www.tntcustoms.com/rock-tek35...olutionxj.aspx
    T&T Customs 3.5" Lift- 2395 T&T is considered to be one of the "premium" companies out there and this is a y-link kit that comes with everything you need. Very good but expensive kit

    http://www.skyjacker.com/
    skyjacker 3.0" lift-1300-650 I personally think skyjacker charges way to much for their kits. If you still want to check them out, they have like 5 different 3" liftshttp://www.skyjacker.com/

    http://www.dpgoff-road.com/site/OMEXJkits.htm
    Old Man Emu 3" lift- 915 Cant find their home page. Very good company though. This kit includes everything you need, People Love OME.. I just have no idea where to find them-

    http://www.4wd.com/jeep-parts.aspx?c...id=357&plID=60
    4wd.com 3"lift- 850-550 4wd.com offers 4 different 3" lifts, They all have all the basics, The expensive ones come with expensive shocks and replace the add-a-leafs with Full packs.

    http://www.procompusa.com/prodDetail...ID=1&subCat=38 &ptID=5491&plID=1808
    ProComp 3"lift 800-550 Procomp has a few options with their 3" lift (thus the price range). People really like them and they come with everything including shocks. only bad thing is the Add-a-Leafs

    http://www.rubiconexpress.com/Suspen...px?part=RE6300
    RubbiconExpress 3.5" lift- 760-450 Rubbicon express offers 4 different 3.5" kits. Two of them are "superflex kits" and two are "superride kits". None of them come with shocks and only the most expensive has full springs. You can add shocks for around 150

    http://www.tuffcountry.com/suspensio...lift-kits.html
    TuffCountry 3.5" lift-740-530 TuffCountry offers two kits for the xj. The cheaper one comes with blocks, the more expensive with full springs. Both are a pretty complete kit.

    http://www.full-traction.com/detail....=1&PRODUCTID=9 7&NOTES=20
    Fulltraction 3.5" lift- 670-510 Full traction offers two 3.5" lifts. They both include everything you need except shocks and are fully bolt on. They include a few extras over the others like bumpstops and double add-a-leafs. The expensive version sports "SRS" Silent Ride System

    http://www.warriorproducts.com/catal...ion-lift-kits/
    warrior 3" lift- 660- Warriors 3" lift includes control arms, Add-a-leafs, shocks and everything else you need to get on your way. I dont personally know anyone that runs them.

    http://www.ruggedridgeoffroad.com/je...-lift-kits.php
    RuggedRidge 3"lift-650-440 Rugged Ridge offers two 3" lift for the xj. Both are Add-a-leafs, the cheaper one does not come with shocks.

    http://www.quadratec.com/products/pr...34%3B+Suspensi on+Systems&c=15&pn=76031+70X&h=&spg=&cv=
    Ranco 3" lift- 630-570 Ranchos 3" lift. They have been making lifts for along time but on their site, they no longer list anything for xjs. If you look around you can find them for xjs up to 97. Includes full leafs, coils, and everything you need to install!

    http://bds-suspension.com/product?ma...8&yr=1984-2001
    Bds 3" lift-577 Bds offers this 3" kit and it coms with everything! for that price they come with add-a-leafs, coils, shocks, and all the mounting stuff. They have a ton of options on their site though and you could turn that lift into something else entirely for more

    http://rustysoffroad.com/mm5/merchan...rustys&Product _Code=RK-300SP-XJ&Category_Code=sus_xj_kit
    Rustys 3" lift- 438-265 Rustys offers two 3" lifts, one of them (438) comes with full leaf springs while the other (265) comes with Add-A-Leaf. They also offer kits with discounts on tires and stuff with most of their lifts.

    http://www.ironrockoffroad.com/Merch...IROR&Product_C ode=IR-X_3LK&Category_Code=PFX
    Ironrockoffroad- 3" lift- 339.99 Kit that comes with everything you need. Comes with add-a-leafs. Newer company with good reviews across the board so far.

    http://www.roughcountry.com/jeep_xj_...lift_kits.html
    RoughCountry 3" lift- 345-255 Rough Country has two 3" kits. Both have add-a-leafs, shocks, coils, and all the hardware you need. The more expensive one also comes with control arms. Pretty cheap!

    http://www.rockkrawler.com/index.php?r_intro=no
    RockKrawler 3.0" lift- 300 To me this kit is overpriced. It doesnt come with hardley anything (just coils and shackles). Many people love RockKrawler

    http://zoneoffroad.com/product?ki=34&gr=-1
    zoneoffroad- 3" lift- 290.66 Kit comes with add-a-leafs,shocks, and coils.. fairly cheap!


    Then the Teen lifts (4.0-5.9")

    http://www.tntcustoms.com/rock-tek45...ionxj-1-1.aspx
    T&T Customs 5.5" Lift- 2599 T&T is a one of the best out there, As you can tell by the price. This kit comes with everthing and extra like Diamond cut leaf springs and a whole new belly pan to mount the Y-link Long arms off of. http://www.tntcustoms.com/rock-tek45...utionxj-1.aspx
    T&T Customs 4.5" lift- 2549 Same as above but smaller!

    http://www.rockkrawler.com/index.php?r_intro=no
    RockKrawler 4.5" lift- 2500-830- Rock Krawler offers multiple 4.5" kits and they vary alot depending which one you get. Some of them are simple, Some have long arms, Some are AAL, Some have full pack. I am not going to disect them here. It is considered a very good company.

    http://www.rubiconexpress.com/Suspen...px?part=RE6300
    RubiconExpress 5.5"kit-2050/1200 Rubicon Express kit is Long Arm and comes with everything you need. They have several options when you purchase so you can add better shocks and all that good stuff. Good reviews for the most part! They also offer two 5.5" kits for around 1200 that are not long arm. Still complete kits!

    http://claytonoffroad.com/product_in...roducts_id/113
    ClaytonOffroad 4.5" Lift- 1999 - Another of the "premium" companies, Clayton lifts are very well built. This kit comes with Long Arms, a 3-piece crossmember, adjustable control arms and everything else you need. Great reviews! They also offer a few cheaper 4.5" kits that range from 1300-1650, they are not long arm kits but do come with everything you need including full Leaf Springs.

    http://bds-suspension.com/product?ma...8&yr=1984-2001
    BDS 4.5" lift- 1740 This kit comes with full backs, adjustable control arms, swaybar quick disconects, adjustable track bar and lots of other goodies. If you customize it (easy on their site) you can make it even better

    http://www.ironrockoffroad.com/Merch...IROR&Product_C ode=IR-X5CPK&Category_Code=PFX
    IronRockOffroad 5.5" lift- 1349- Rather new company with good reviews, This kit is a Long Arm kit that includes a everything you need and gives you the option to upgrade any piece you want (shocks, quick disconnects ect). It has a 3-piece subframe that easily allows you to get to the transfer case. They also offer a 4" long arm kit for 1049

    http://www.superlift.com/Catalog.asp?V=256
    SuperLift 4" lift- 1300-1000 Super lift offers two kits, the more expensive kit has "rockrunner" lower link arms. Superlift has been around for a while and have all kinds of reviews

    http://www.roughcountry.com/jeep_xj_...lift_kits.html
    RoughCountry 4.5" lift-1300-460 RoughCountry has three 4.5" kits, the cheapest being 450 with add-a-leafs, shocks, control arms, and everything else you need. The middle includes full spring pack and upercontrol arms. The most expensive one is a Long Arm kit and icludes a subframe.

    http://www.rubiconexpress.com/Suspen...px?part=RE6300
    RubiconExpress 4.5" lift- 1050- 940 Rubicon express also offers two versions of their 4.5 kit. Both come with everything you need but the cheap one comes with add-a-leafs and blocks.

    http://www.fabtechmotorsports.com/pr...9&display=JEEP 4WD
    Fabtech 4" lift- 970 Fabtech only makes one lift for the xj and this is it. Reall pretty lift but it does have add-a-leafs. Other than that it is a complete kit!

    http://www.teraflex.biz/shop-by-vehi...rokee-xj-84-01
    TeraFlex 4" lift - 900-400- TeraFlex offers two very different kits at the 4" level. The more expensive one comes with longer control arms with flex joints while the other does not. Both come with Add-A-Leafs, and neither have shocks

    http://www.fullsizexjgear.com/Tomken...and%20Kits.htm
    Tomken 4" lift- 870- Its like halfway down that page, Very unique control arms and comes with everything you need. Old Jeepers like my dad love the stuff

    http://rustysoffroad.com/mm5/merchan...rustys&Product _Code=RK-405SP-XJ&Category_Code=sus_xj_kit
    Rustys- 4.5" lift 669-589 Rustys offers two 4.5 kits, one of them (669) Comes with full leaf springs, the other (589) comes with add-a-leafs. People either love or hate Rustys.

    http://zoneoffroad.com/product?ki=35&gr=-1
    Zoneoffroad 4.5" lift- 495 Kit comes with everything you need including control arms. Only comes with add-a-leafs. I dont know anyone who runs them

    http://www.ironrockoffroad.com/Merch...IROR&Product_C ode=IR-X4LK&Category_Code=PFX
    Ironrockoffroad 4.0" lift-449 This is their cheap 4" kit, Comes with Add-a-leafs and no control arms.

    http://www.trailmastersuspension.com...tegory=Suspens ion Lift Kits&Active=Yes
    TrailMaster 4.0" lift- 440 TrailMasters kit comes with add-a-leafs and does not include shocks. Other than that it has everything you need.

    Followed by the manly lifts (6.0-7.9")

    http://claytonoffroad.com/index.php/cPath/18_66
    ClaytonOffroad 6.5" lift- 3500/2209 Clayton offers two 6.5" Long arm kits, both are very well built. The expensive one includes a coil conversion. People love them!

    http://www.skyjacker.com/
    Skyjacker 6" lift- 2900-2700 SkyJacker offers 3 different 6" kits, They are not Long arm but come with everything you need.

    http://www.rockkrawler.com/index.php?r_intro=no
    RockKrawler 6.5" lift- 2700/1500 RockKrawler offers two 6.5" long arm kits. They claim "the best off road ability of any 6.5" system. One version includes a rear coil conversion. Both come with everything you need!

    http://bds-suspension.com/product?ma...8&yr=1984-2001
    Bds 6.5" lift- 2590- Very complete kit, comes with everything you could want.. adjustable control arms w/flex ends, sway bar disconects, shocks, sub frame. Very good reviews!

    http://www.full-traction.com/detail....=1&PRODUCTID=9 8&NOTES=9,10
    FullTraction 6.0" lift- 1770 FullTractions kit offers Long arms, full leafs and everything else you need (except shocks). This kit has good reviews on a few forums.

    http://rustysoffroad.com/mm5/merchan...rustys&Product _Code=RK-605LT-XJ&Category_Code=sus_xj_kit
    Rustys 6.5" lift- 1740-1100 Rustys seems to be popular on this forum.. not so much on some of the others. This kit is Long arm and comes with everything you need. It also has many upgrades and options to choose from. The also offer a 6.5" lift that is not long arm for 1100.

    http://www.teraflex.biz/shop-by-vehi...rokee-xj-84-01
    TeraFlex 6.0" Lift- 1720 TeraFlex'S largest kit. Includes Long Arms, Full Leaf PacK and boasts great on the road handling. Does not include shocks however.

    http://www.ironrockoffroad.com/Merch...IROR&Product_C ode=IR-X_6LK&Category_Code=PFX

    IronRockOffroad 6.5" lift- 1449 Rather new company with good reviews, This kit is a Long Arm kit that includes a everything you need and gives you the option to upgrade any piece you want (shocks, quick disconnects ect). It has a 3-piece subframe that easily allows you to get to the transfer case. *this is the kit i run and i love it! never had a problem and handles wonderfully! Great customer Service

    http://www.roughcountry.com/jeep_xj_...lift_kits.html
    RoughCountry 6.5" lift-1449-900 Rough Country offers two 6.5" kits. The more expensive is Long Arm and comes with everything you need. The other one comes with all four control arms (short) full packs, shocks and all that stuff. one of the cheapest companies out there!

    http://www.fullsizexjgear.com/Tomken...and%20Kits.htm
    Tomken 6" lift- 910 - This kit has uniquly shaped control arms that give you alot of axle drop and comes with everything you need. also includes super-dense bushings- dont ever hear about them except from old jeepers like my dad

    And last but not least, the "compensation" lifts (8.0" and up)

    http://www.skyjacker.com/
    Skyjacker 8.0" lift-3550 SkyJackers 8" lift, complete kit comes with everything you need. For the price i Believe there are much better options.

    http://claytonoffroad.com/index.php/cPath/18_66
    ClaytonOffroad 8.0" lift- 3500/2369 Same as their 6.5" kit, both are Long Arm kits but one has the coil conversion. All of their lifts come with everything you need and have some cool features such as a 3-piece subframe.

    http://bds-suspension.com/product?ma...8&yr=1984-2001
    BDS 8.5" lift- 2830 Good kit, comes with everything you need, lots of cool parts, people love them. Has a few flash perks like "kevlar line stainless steel brake lines" and stuff like that. And of course its Long Arm.

    http://www.acmejeepparts.com/product...googlemerchant
    Tomken 8" lift- 2100- Not long arm but comes with "ultra flex" control arms and everything else you need to get going. Good looking kit to me!

    http://rustysoffroad.com/mm5/merchan...rustys&Product _Code=RK-800LT-XJ&Category_Code=sus_xj_kit
    Rustys 8.0" lift- 1900 Rustys seems to be popular on this forum.. not so much on some of the others. This kit is Long arm and comes with everything you need. It also has many upgrades and options to choose from.

    http://www.ironrockoffroad.com/Merch...IROR&Product_C ode=IR-X8CPK&Category_Code=PFX
    IronRockOffroad 8.0" lift- 1549 Rather new company with good reviews, This kit is a Long Arm kit that includes a everything you need and gives you the option to upgrade any piece you want (shocks, quick disconnects ect). It has a 3-piece subframe that easily allows you to get to the transfer case.


    some of the links might not work but it does give you a good place to start
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