both of these yj's have the flares i plan on getting, and i like how they look... once i put my lift and tires on, i'll see how they look with the flares i have now. if i think they stick out too far, then ill get extended flares, even if they are "gay as hell" haha
hey im a newb around here too, but what size wheels were u looking to run? 33 or 32? i think that kit said it allows up to a 32" tire... other than that, im not much more help, but i do know skyjacker is a good name
haha yeah when i was asking about lifts, i asked what a sye was and stuff. i was originally going to go with a 4" lift, but decided since its just really a daily driver, i'd stay lower so i wouldnt have to worry about all that other stuff, like sye and changing out the gears for bigger tires and stuff. i dont remember if theres anything worth readin in here, but u might find some info, this is my thread where i was asking about lifts...
Hey you guys, I was just pulling your legs, you know, having some fun. If you want the extended flares, get them. They do tend to get hit, a lot, on the trail. Just do whatever makes YOU, happy. Don't worry about what I said, was just funnin.
I have the opposite opinion(for once)! It isn't about popping beads but our last trip to Disney was a very good learning experience in tire pressure. I have Anya's jeep setup on 15x8" wheels and a 35x13.50 tire. After a whole weekend of wheelin I didn't burp any air at all. I checked each tire and they were still at 10psi. My buddy Forrest has 33x12.50s on a 15X10. Every last one of his tires had lost 4-6psi over the same weekend.
I've noticed this time after time as it wasn't just that trip. But to be fair I have also burped air out of my 37s on a 8" rim. But that's a little different.
Yeah, I can't argue with that one. I've meticulously checked mine before and starting at 8 psi I will lose about 1.5 pounds in the front by the end of a day.
My aluminum rims are now however so beat to hell that it's a miracle that they hold air at all.
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I called a local shop today and they told me you can do a 3" lift without doing the sye and cv swap. Im sure this is legit info because they've been doing this for years.Now im having a hard time finding 3" lifts. I see 2" bb's and 4"s all day.
Anyone have some pics of 3" suspension lifts on 32 or 33 tires?