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  • Nov 12, 2013

MOST RECENT PICS TOWARDS BOTTOM OF PAGEI have a 2003 Jeep Liberty Renegade.. Just recently installed a custom 5.5 inch lift. and put on 15x8 Crager wheels wrap ... more

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  • Saharicon_02
    VERY NICE KJ!!!! 5 Stars thats probably one of the best KJs I have ever seen bro! Love seeing libertys getting lifted and wheeling. Check out my wrangler some time if you get a chance.
  • Bpatch85
    I'm likin' it Wes. That's pretty bad ass!
  • meh_kick
    That rig is insane. You need to come check out our forum at LOSTKJS.com. I saw it at Skyline on the west side the other night. Check us out (http://www.lostkjs.com/forum/phpBB2/viewforum.php?f=26), we should get together and wheel some time. --Mitch
  • PerroBravo
    What I did I use the combination of the Rusty's Offroad KJ full suspension set which is 2.5" and the KJ spacer set which is another 2.5" bring in it to an estimated 5" + or - 1/2" lift all the way around. And I'm not going to lie to you it takes a lot work if you are going combo. They are some modifications definetly it is recomended to change your front top "A" steering arms which are provided by www.jeepinbyal.com the OEM arms don't have enough angle and the will tear if use with that kind of lift. Also longer brake lines, preferible stainless core they are also provided by him "Al" He has a Liberty Sport and I believe his is 6" lifted. He can also give you a lot of good tech info. I will also recommend that you put some money in your horse power for the tires you wan't I would consider A Throttle body spacer, a K&N cold air kit intake, and your choice of exhaust. Me I'm getting ready to put on a Flowmaster 50 series. And yeah you will probably going to have to do some trimin and modify the front fender if you're going to use 31x12.50's and make sure to get an auxiliary transmission cooler. My entire present cost is an estimated $3,700.00 (+), at this point so far the hard work and the expenses had paid off. Warning this is not enough if you're going to do Pro-Offrading this is to get you started. If you're going hardcore offroad then you're looking at estimates of $10,000.00 (+) and that's not counting broken expensive parts and labor. That's a very nice ride you got too and I which you the best.
  • PerroBravo
    What I did I use the combination of the Rusty's Offroad KJ full suspension set which is 2.5" and the KJ spacer set which is another 2.5" bring in it to an estimated 5" + or - 1/2" lift all the way around. And I'm not going to lie to you it takes a lot work if you are going combo. They are some modifications definetly it is recomended to change your front top "A" steering arms which are provided by www.jeepinbyal.com the OEM arms don't have enough angle and the will tear if use with that kind of lift. Also longer brake lines, preferible stainless core they are also provided by him "Al" He has a Liberty Sport and I believe his is 6" lifted. He can also give you a lot of good tech info. I will also recommend that you put some money in your horse power for the tires you wan't I would consider A Throttle body spacer, a K&N cold air kit intake, and your choice of exhaust. Me I'm getting ready to put on a Flowmaster 50 series. And yeah you will probably going to have to do some trimin and modify the front fender if you're going to use 31x12.50's and make sure to get an auxiliary transmission cooler. My entire present cost is an estimated $3,700.00 (+), at this point so far the hard work and the expenses had paid off. Warning this is not enough if you're going to do Pro-Offrading this is to get you started. If you're going hardcore offroad then you're looking at estimates of $10,000.00 (+) and that's not counting broken expensive parts and labor. That's a very nice ride you got too and I which you the best.
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