Dropping from 6 to 4? 2000 tj


Joethrottle81

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I’ve decided to drop my 2000 wrangler from a 6 inch short arm lift to a 4 because it’s really not working out for me. The drivability isn’t what I want. Anyway I have a sye, all adjustable control arms, front and rear Adams ds... and adjustable trac bars .. can I simply install 3.5 to 4 inch coils to lower it? And then get it alighned? Any input would be helpful. Thanks guys
 

Midtenn

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I’ve decided to drop my 2000 wrangler from a 6 inch short arm lift to a 4 because it’s really not working out for me. The drivability isn’t what I want. Anyway I have a sye, all adjustable control arms, front and rear Adams ds... and adjustable trac bars .. can I simply install 3.5 to 4 inch coils to lower it? And then get it alighned? Any input would be helpful. Thanks guys
Your driveshaft may be too long.
 

T Crawford

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Depends on how much extra is in the rear drive shaft. Take the springs out lower it and see if the slip yolk has enough room