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  • Full Traction 3" Economy Suspension

    will the full traction 3" economy suspension work with a 00-02 tj? if it does, is this worth getting?

  • #2
    It fits 1997-06 TJ Wrangler, Unlimited and Rubicon.

    I think the Full Traction brand lifts are good ones to purchase. I have been running my 4" FT long arm for 2 years with no problems.

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    • #3
      I installed one earlier this year and love it. Rides great, bounces around just enough and seems to flex pretty good. Everything went on in about 4-5 hours. I didn't use their xfer case drop kit, instead I used 3/4 square tube. I still have very mild vibes though.

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      • #4
        i also have this kit and am pretty happy w/ it. the transfer case drop that comes w/ it sux though, had vibes a plenty and it would barely stay in reverse, but then again most tc drops suck!
        went and got me a SYE and all is good!

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        • #5
          I have this lift and have to say that for the money it can't be beat. I am now going up to the full traction long arm kit and can't wait to see how that performs. I will be selling my 3" for 300 with the full traction shocks and JKS disco's.

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          • #6
            I run this lift and like it. I also run a SYE and would highly recomend it over the drop kit. This being said, I also like the Rubicon Express kits because they are much more complete with new control arms included. I ended up buying those to add to my suspension. The price to get a full kit compared to piecing it together is way better.

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            • #7
              would 33x10.5 mud terrains fit with that lift?

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              • #8
                That's the lift I started with. Very pleased. It worked Very well.
                It's a perfect lift for a DD and rides better than stock. and performs well off road. Doesn't make your jeep indestructable, but it makes it quite capeable.

                33's fit fine. I ran 33x12.5 with 3.75" BS wheels with minimal rubbing.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by customx4209
                  would 33x10.5 mud terrains fit with that lift?
                  It would fit with a bit of rubbing if you were really flexed, but a 1" body lift would solve that straight away.

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                  • #10
                    The track bar is no good.....AT ALL.
                    I had it installed for a total of 3 days before the Rod end on it went. I called Full Traction (after sending them an email with no response) and all they did was offer up the part number to replace the end. So a little PO'd, I go to the parts store and low and behold the part is WRONG.
                    I am now getting rid of the Full Traction Track bar altogether in favor of the JKS part. The Full Traction Bar flexes with just a touch of the steering wheel, and I have a touch of the Death Wobble (more like a Hurtful Shimmy).
                    I wouldn't buy it again because of Full Traction's "support", but for the money it serves it's purpose.

                    BUT, the springs are great they netted a little more than 3 inches after settling. I used Bilstein 5150's for shocks and it rides nice. I have a flat skid and an SYE with 33 inch AT's for reference.

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                    • #11
                      I guess I should add that the track bar sucks. It lasted 10 months for me. Then I got the welder after it. Now about 18 months it's pretty much trash. But so are alot of things on my front axle.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by TJAugie
                        The track bar is no good.....AT ALL.
                        Not to be detract from TJAugie's experience, but I was surprised at just how heavy the track bar I got from them was. It was much heavier than stock.

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