Yes you can, But a suspension lift will mess up your ride, It will not ride or drive as good as it does now.A body lift will no alter the suspension or change the way it handles.Body lift is the best way to go.
No!Your tire will not clear the wheel wells.
Of course. Body lifts just lift the body of the vehicle. While spacer lift kits lift your vehicle using the suspension. Body lifts will not improve clearance while spacer lift kits will.
4" suspension do not try a body lift, go to Superlift's web site, they have a chart that tells exactly what is needed.
Yes, in fact, lifting weights in the morning is the best time to lift weights since your body will have more energy.
super lift carries a body lift for the sport trac
NO , The Cherokee is a unibody setup which means that the body and the frame are one piece. A body lift requires the frame and the body to be separate order to put a spacer in to lift the body off the frame.
one lifts the suspension and one lifts the body
Jeep Cherokee's are unibody. You cannot install a body lift.
Body lift MAYBE. suspension lift ? NO...
4 inch body lift or 6 inch frame lift
good question depends on what kind of lift body or suspension and what is the lift going on
Take all your body mounts out and lift your body a couple of inches and block it and you will be able to get to them with ease.
A body lift does just that, lifts the body and gives more tire clearance( stock suspension). A suspension lift gives more clearance but also give more suspension travel for off roading.
Which is the bra to lift breast
Chances are the body lift was made of urethane and has isolated the body from the frame. Try putting a bonding jumper of 4 gauge or larger wire from the frame to the body to re-establish your complete circuit. This may correct your problem.
yes you can if you go on quadratec.com and look up a 3 inch body lift it tells you that you can do it. From my personal knowledge a body lift is obviously just the body and does not mess with suspension at all.
You need to buy a suspension lift kit or a body lift kit... a suspension kit is better and looks nicer
4 wheel parts has them check them out i also saw a explorer kit that did the same pa body lift will help you if all else fails wish u the best i am doing the same to mine
The flight of a body mainly depends on its response to the atmospheric air, the shape of the body & the forces acting on the body i.e lift, drag, thrust & weight. The two forces lift & drag are the ones primly influenced by the shape of the body and account to the aerodynamic nature of the body. Every body produces certain amount of lift & drag but its only the measure of these forces affect the flight. More lift helps the body to sustain flight ; less drag accounts for more aerodynamic nature of the body i.e, less lift/thrust is required to sustain the flight and viceversa .
I have 33x12.5 on my truck and a three inch body lift