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Old 01-03-2012, 11:59 PM   #1
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Jeeps with 35's

I'm planning in building my jeep up to run 35's eventually (not any time soon due to budget reasons) but I am looking for some pictures so I can get an idea of how you guys and gals have done up your rigs with 35's

Please include what tires, rims, lift kit specs, axels, gears and any other info about parts you have put on.

Just doing my research now so I have a plan/goal to work towards!

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Old 01-04-2012, 12:38 AM   #2
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Just doing my research now so I have a plan/goal to work towards!
Wise.

Mine.

16x8 ATX 188 Teflon rims, 315/75R16 DuraTracs, 3" Full Traction lift, Rampage bumpers.

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Wise.

Mine.

16x8 ATX 188 Teflon rims, 315/75R16 DuraTracs, 3" Full Traction lift, Rampage bumpers.
That's a great looking jeep my friend
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Old 01-04-2012, 04:25 AM   #4
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4" currie short arm suspension, 1.5" JKS body lift, Ford 8.8 rear, D30 chromo front, 4.88 gears, Rubicon Express track bars front and rear, installing SYE/CV soon and a tummy tuck skid to bring the transfer case back up in the frame. 35" MTZ's and 15x10 Eaton street locks. Bushwacker 6"pocket flares. ZJ tie rod conversion. Vanco brakes.
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Old 01-04-2012, 04:25 AM   #5
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That's a great looking jeep my friend
Thanks. Tires would stand up to Buffalo lake effect, IMO. With studs or chains...
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4" currie short arm suspension, 1.5" JKS body lift, Ford 8.8 rear, D30 chromo front, 4.88 gears, Rubicon Express track bars front and rear, installing SYE/CV soon and a tummy tuck skid to bring the transfer case back up in the frame. 35" MTZ's and 15x10 Eaton street locks. Bushwacker 6"pocket flares. ZJ tie rod conversion. Vanco brakes.
Damn. Lovin the bare naked look!
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Thanks. Tires would stand up to Buffalo lake effect, IMO. With studs or chains...
I just bought some 33" Duratracs for the Buffalo snow and we haven't gotten a damn thing!!
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2.5" Suspension lift, 1.25" Body Lift, Ford 8.8, 35x12.5x15 GY Kevlars, MCE Flatties, 4.88 gears...
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Old 01-04-2012, 04:56 PM   #9
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Crager soft 8's 15x10 with Cooper discoverer stt 35x12.5x15
4 inch skyjacker lift with rancho rs9000xl shocks, 1 inch body lift and 1 inch transfer case drop
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Old 01-05-2012, 06:45 PM   #10
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Crager soft 8's 15x10 with Cooper discoverer stt 35x12.5x15
4 inch skyjacker lift with rancho rs9000xl shocks, 1 inch body lift and 1 inch transfer case drop
Are you still running stock axles and gear? what are they? And how do you like those ranchos?
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Are you still running stock axles and gear? what are they? And how do you like those ranchos?
The ranchos are fantastic, much better than the skyjacker shocks i used to have. I have a D44 rear and the stock D30 front and I'm running 4.56 gears
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The ranchos are fantastic, much better than the skyjacker shocks i used to have. I have a D44 rear and the stock D30 front and I'm running 4.56 gears
Sweet! How's your flex clearance with those flares? I like the way they look, I'm just concerned I'm going to tear them up if I were to go to max flex. What's your opinion? Pockets or flatties?
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Here's a messed up combo: Currie 3" HD rear springs, Rusty's 3" front springs, .75" front spring spacers, JKS 1.25" BL/MML, 4.88 gears, Rubi rear D44 w/35 spline chromos and ARB, MCE Gen II 3.5" flatties, Poly Performance outboard kit, Relocated stock rear upper spring perches, ZJ steering, YJ front brake lines, Black Magic pads and Centric rotors, SYE and Tom Woods shaft, UCF TC skid, Savvy Gas tank skid, Currie Antirock, Currie extended rear swaybar links, Currie rear adj. trackbar, Rusty's adj. control arms and front adj. track bar, Skyjacker Hydro shocks, AA TC linkage relocator, 35x12.5x15 Procomp Xtreme MT's on MB 72 15x8 alloys,


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Here's some pics of mine. The write up on what my Jeep has is in my signature & profile.
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Sweet! How's your flex clearance with those flares? I like the way they look, I'm just concerned I'm going to tear them up if I were to go to max flex. What's your opinion? Pockets or flatties?
It had the pocket when i bought them. Ive hit the top of the tire on them when i flex but that was up 3 feet. I actually want flat flares tho and since i broke a fender against a tree i finally have an excuse to get them
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It had the pocket when i bought them. Ive hit the top of the tire on them when i flex but that was up 3 feet. I actually want flat flares tho and since i broke a fender against a tree i finally have an excuse to get them
Okay awesome thanks! When the time comes I'll figure out how hard I'm riding to see if I want pockets of flats
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been waitin to see a pic of that thing with the 35s ;] stretch looks good man...sorry to hijack haha
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What lift do you have and axles? Gears?
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its in his signature..spring over axle with wagoneer springs stretched 4 total inches d30 front ford 8.8 rear..gears im not sure
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its in his signature..spring over axle with wagoneer springs stretched 4 total inches d30 front ford 8.8 rear..gears im not sure
Oops sorry, thanks
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2000 TJ sport 5spd
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nv3550 5spd trans with kevlar/ceramic clutch
2 inch spacer lift, xj front springs, and 1 inch currie body lift
np231 with rugged ridge mega short sye
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i chopped up the front fenders and the rear tub to fit tires


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Is the only difference the color?!
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Is the only difference the color?!
Pretty Much
Silver is a LJ
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All these look awesome! Anyone else got some pictures?
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