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Old 02-14-2007, 05:05 PM   #1
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Hey everyone - I'm new here and just wanted to say hello and that I'm glad to be here. I'm drivin' a stock '97 TJ, with the exception of 31s that rub a little and bug me a lot.
I'm here to soak up some knowledge and meet other Jeepers. Oh yeah, and get some suggestions to make my TJ much more offroad capable.
I'm ultimately looking to run 33s with a 3"-4" lift.
I'd really appreciate a PM or two (w/ pics if possible) from those of you out there driving a 4 cyl. '97 with a 3" lift and 33s.

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Old 02-14-2007, 06:07 PM   #3
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Howdy. I am also a hoosier. I live about three hours (the way of the jeep) north of you. I drive a 94 YJ. Glad to see another Indiana jeeper. Go Colts.
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Welcome to the forum. If you have some time check out the thread below. I didn't look through the whole thread but I'm sure someone has a Jeep in there that might give you an idea of what you're looking for.

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Hey everyone - I'm new here and just wanted to say hello and that I'm glad to be here. I'm drivin' a stock '97 TJ, with the exception of 31s that rub a little and bug me a lot.
I'm here to soak up some knowledge and meet other Jeepers. Oh yeah, and get some suggestions to make my TJ much more offroad capable.
I'm ultimately looking to run 33s with a 3"-4" lift.
I'd really appreciate a PM or two (w/ pics if possible) from those of you out there driving a 4 cyl. '97 with a 3" lift and 33s.
Damon, welcome to the site.

Ask about 4cyl/33's and 3-4" lift and you shall receive...





I've got quite a few mods to it, I'll PM ya the specs.

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