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I just lifted my XJ with 2" spacers in the front and blocks in the back. I did this only because i knew i wouldn't have to change anything in the drive line.

If i want to go higher, what's involved
 

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How high?

3"?

http://www.roughcountry.com/jeep_xj_suspension_lift_kits.html

Check em out. Look at the parts involved and you will get an idea of what's needed.

If you have vibrations from the driveshaft after a lift, you can either get an sye kit:
http://www.performanceoffroadcenter.com/oscommerce/product_info.php?products_id=153&osCsid=d5531b1c94857fa6a2ce9b47e06f33b7

or a transfer case drop which lowers the transfer case skid plate. the sye kit requires a new driveshaft for the rear or you can grab a front xj driveshaft (auto trans) as a cheaper alternative.

You won't know if you have vibrations till after you lift.

Another important part you will need is extended brake lines. The front hard lines can be bent down for added length and the rear line can be replaced with a 1995 Jeep YJ wrangler brake line or dodge dakota line. Both are 3" longer and bolt right in.
 
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