And for the most part thats How it has been up until Febuary 2012 when my all terrains were too worn out and decided to replace them with 35's that I found for an amazing price. Before the 35's I replaced all my old worn out shocks with new skyjacker hydros and ditched the skyjacker control arms with poly bushings for some stock ones. The stock control arms flex better and ride better than rigid skyjacker ones.
First Day with 35's
And first time wheeling with 35's
The new shocks and control arms flex way better than before
Not too bad for just 2" of suspension lift and 35's which has sagged down to a true 1.5" lift over stock.
But some how on that trip, apparently my jeep decided that wheeling 35's was just a little too big and I bent and twisted a rear axle shaft so I upgraded the rear shafts to superior shafts in December. Didnt do anything else to it til last week I put in an Alloy USA SYE, shortened XJ front drive shaft and Rough country X-Flex arms for the rear uppers and lowers. With plans for a belly up skid soon and I'm adding 1" coil spacers for some better clearance.
And the most recent pics wheeling in my friends yard/ditch taken yesterday.
And finally a group shot with some friends