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Old 03-19-2012, 04:26 AM   #1
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Long time listener, first time caller...

Hello JF,
been a jeeper for about a year now and just getting into upgrades and such. So I have a silly question regarding the proper lift/tire ratio for a 2 door JK Rubi, 2012. I was thinking of going with the standard 3.5" lift w 35's but am considering doing a 4" with 37's for a beefier look. I know additional upgrades come with going with the 4" but i'm prepared to make the investment.
Just looking for opinions, pros/cons, silly comments or outright name calling.


Thx, TF

I think I posted this is three different areas...oops.

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Old 03-19-2012, 11:59 AM   #2
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you may want to stay at 35s if it is going to be a daily driver

take a look in the pictures section of the forum if you want to compare the look
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