I have have had Clayton's 6 inch kit in my WJ for about 4 years now, and let me say it has been put to it's test. Great kit, great craftsmanship, and nothing better then supporting a local shop! Would recommend it to everyone! It's a large initial investment but it's going to save you money and time in the end. Well worth the money!! Great work guys!
91 XJ a $300 resurrection project
Got my XJ for $300 and I'm resurrecting it into a rock crawler. I'm using all Clayton suspension parts for it. It's still a work in progress and I'm waiting to get all my parts in to do a transformation weekend with it. So far i painted it flat black, I got my Clayton 4.5" front coils, ACOS spacers, Rusty's RX211 rear shocks, Ford 8.8 rear (disc brakes, LSD, and 4.10s)built D30 (synergy sleeves, gussets, ball joints, and Artec truss) DB Metaworx frame stiffeners, steering box stiffener, and rear lower quarter panel armor, slotted front brakes, Fab Shop stinger bumper, Engo 9k winch, and Wagoneer front header conversion. I still need my 6.5" Clayton leafs, Clayton 3 link kit, SYE, front Rusty's R311R dual res shocks, Liquid Iron leaf sliders and brake line extensions.