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New Old Man Emu assembled struts for the front and springs for the rear. Used less than 50 miles. For 2008-2012 Jeep Liberty (KK). New & assembled cost $1250.
 

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For 500 almost cheap for a KJ
Everything but rear springs swap over

wonder what springs he has
 

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$500 is a steal for a nearly complete quality lift. The buyer will still need Teraflex bump stops for the front and hockey pucks for the rear, plus longer rear shocks.
 

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New Old Man Emu assembled struts for the front and springs for the rear. Used less than 50 miles. For 2008-2012 Jeep Liberty (KK). New & assembled cost $1250.
Lauren -

Is that your kit for sale or just something you came across?
 

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I found it on Craigslist. I periodically check for Jeep Liberty parts to see what's out there and sometimes come across a gem like this. I figured someone could snag it who wanted a good KK lift. Someday I am hoping to find an ATH bumper for sale on Craigslist! If I do I won't be posting that link, LOL. ;)
 

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I found it on Craigslist. I periodically check for Jeep Liberty parts to see what's out there and sometimes come across a gem like this. I figured someone could snag it who wanted a good KK lift. Someday I am hoping to find an ATH bumper for sale on Craigslist! If I do I won't be posting that link, LOL. ;)
cool!

I had no intention of ever doing this to one of mine because they both are crusty rockers, but that price made it awful attractive. Now I see it is KK and not KJ, so I dodged the bullet! It would be fun to see how different it handles with good stuff on it. My 06, I only paid 350 for it. The previous owner was just sick of throwing money at it. Being handy does pay off !
 

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Ha ha, maybe you dodged a bullet, but Tom said above...

For 500 almost cheap for a KJ
Everything but rear springs swap over
wonder what springs he has

You'd only need rear KJ springs and shocks, and could resell the KK springs. :p

You would want to find out what part numbers he's got, because OME makes light duty, medium duty, and heavy duty versions.
 

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Ha ha, maybe you dodged a bullet, but Tom said above...



You'd only need rear KJ springs and shocks, and could resell the KK springs. :p

You would want to find out what part numbers he's got, because OME makes light duty, medium duty, and heavy duty versions.
nice! I will have to look into it a bit further. Thanks !
 

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Ha ha, maybe you dodged a bullet, but Tom said above...



You'd only need rear KJ springs and shocks, and could resell the KK springs. :p

You would want to find out what part numbers he's got, because OME makes light duty, medium duty, and heavy duty versions.
rear shocks are the same
just springs
 

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