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Samurai replaced by Cherokee

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So I sold my Samurai the other day and then the search was on for its replacement. I sold Sammy cause it just didn't have enough room for more than 2 people and it was cramped then.

So after a 2 day search and a lot of driving I found a nice clean 1995 Jeep Cherokee Sport it has the 4.0L,A/C auto 4wd. Has a low 142,000 miles on it and its got plenty of room for hunting buddies and gear and Colby loves it.

I need to know if there is a low budget way to lift this Jeep about 2 inches? Any of you out there have a Cherokee chime in I need some options. I'm not going to run any huge tires or nothing but I am going to go a little bigger and semi aggressive tire meaning probably nothing over a 9.50 tire.

Any helpful hints here would be appreciated.

Thanks

Frank

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Good find! Hard to beat that inline 6. Shouldnt be easy to lose in the woods in that color! Really looks sharp!

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Go to rusty's off road and look at their 3-1/2" lift or Rubicon Express which is even better. I wouldn't go with a budget lift because you will regret it down the road, a budget lift only uses spacers between the coils and is not a very good option and a good lift isn't that much more. I am going to switch my 3-1/2" R.E. lift out for a 5-1/2" long arm kit and go from 31s to 33s so if you want a deal on my almost new 31" tires and my 3-1/2" front lift send me a PM. if you just want to talk about cherokees let me know too, I have done a bunch of research and can save you some time.

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Looks nice Frank. I'm sure the seats have got to be better than the ones in the Sammi.

I put new seats in sammy a long time ago it wasnt bad to ride in after that.

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cheap and easy 2" coil spacer , you can get a set of 4 for around $100.00.

don't get any easier than that . . . . . :two-cents:

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Real nice find . Need sunglases to look at it. Real pretty. :good:

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