Want to raise my jeep should I save the $500.00 or so dollars or make my own spring over kit?

I have all the equipment and tools to do the job, and am a very good welder and fabricator, just whant your opinion on which way I should go, you thoughts are welcome.

Asked By: Ynot??? - 9/20/2006
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I personally would go for the kit. They are engineered and tested for proven performance in each application. You won't save the entire 500 dollars anyway, there are some parts you will have to purchase.
Answered By: pat from ohio - 9/20/2006
Additional Answers (6)
If you do it and mess up your frame, who is going to pay for it? That is one of those things that you could save some money... or you could cost yourself more. If you have confidence in yourself and you have done it before, go for it.
Answered By: Mike Hunt - 9/20/2006
Old Man Emu suspension has done all the work just installing the springs should be challenging enough trust me.
Answered By: John Paul - 9/20/2006
If you can save the money id say do that. You dont know the specs on a pre fab kit. You may make a beautiful rendition of a lift kit and find its not strong enough to handle the stress you will be putting on it...better safe than sorry... More
Answered By: coyote - 9/20/2006
Have a pro do it.
Answered By: conscious-X - 9/20/2006
If you are a GOOD welder and fabricator then you could do it yourself... More
Answered By: rweasel6 - 9/20/2006
just buy an OME kit, they work perfect
Answered By: cehilo - 9/20/2006
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