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Old 11-27-2007, 10:29 PM   #1
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I'm more curious than anything as I'm not commited to doing a wheel base stretch yet. I'm just thinking way ahead of myself here and had a few questions as to what exactly is involved and also what there is to be gained in performance (stability).

Also, I've been undecided on rear corners for quite some time. One of the reasons I haven't purchased them is because of this. If I went with a regular rear corner with a tube I would eventually have to replace them with something different or even a comp cut corner to accomodate the stretch. If I did that then I just need to hold off and do it all at once.

So other than replacing the gas tank and trimming some metal what else is involved? Can you just do a rear stretch and no front or does that just defeat the purpose? When doing the front what changes as far as steering components go? How much stability will I gain on and offroad with just a few inches?

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ill definately watch this forum =D ill be in the same boat as you scout.. except i wont be going to a la lift before a stretch.. but this will still be in a year or two

oh i forgot to ask.. what size front tubes do you run? im looking to match the stock fender and i know the saharas and rubicons have the same size stock flares..

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That is pretty much it, other than having to relocate the shocks as well. I don't think you'd need to replace the gas tank if you are sticking with the stock D44's but that depends on the length of stretch, how far I'm not sure.

You also don't have to stretch the front. Thats just an option to get even more wheel base under your rig. I know GenRight has a stretch kit that includes a gas tank, rockers, rear extended corner guards. The rear corners are big enough to fit a 37" to 39" tire.

If you are to get the GenRight stretch kit, All you'd need is longer rear control arms and relocated shock brackets... I think. That's pretty much the route I want to eventually take. I'm sure one of the more informed guys will chime in and tell me I'm all wrong though.
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  • For a rear stretch of more than 1-2", you will have to get a new gas tank/fuel cell.
  • Relocate the spring buckets and shock mounts.
  • Do something about your track bar, either relocate or do triangulated control arms.

You don't have to do anything with the front if you stretch the rear.

The stability in making climbs is increase a ton with just 6" of stretch. The guys that I wheel with all have the extra wheelbase, and there are some climbs that my Jeep just won't do because of the tire position. (We will remedy that this winter though...)
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Scott,

I'll be doing this in the near future with mine. I'll be stretching it probably about 8 inches to put my wheelbase right around 104/105" It will shortly be retired from driving duty so I'm just going to move the tank into the tub. I haven't decided yet if I'm going to go with coilovers in the rear or if I'm going to try somethings we've been talking about to utlize some stock springs. I am starting to feel this is going to limit my rear flex so I will probably end up going with coilovers back there to at least keep the performance I already have.

Advantages it will bring will come on steep climbs where right now I'm having to try and climb with all 4 tires on a vertical face right now where as Hackle and Joe can get front tires on top and then climb. In rockcrawling I've learned that wheelbase is a huge advantage.
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Jeeprman and 1BLKJP both have it right.
1) If you are spending the money to stretch the Jeep it does not cost much more (other then the tank) to go 8 to 10 inches then 2" (which you will spend money later to add to)
2) A longer wheelbase up to a point helps on the trails. Everything in moderation.
3) I am 104" and full width axles. What you will find is that in most situations the wheel base will help, some it will hurt. I go through this with my full width also as in most places it helps, in some spots it makes life tougher.
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I am 104" and full width axles. What you will find is that in most situations the wheel base will help, some it will hurt. I go through this with my full width also as in most places it helps, in some spots it makes life tougher.
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with 03+ TJs the fuel evaporation canister is in the passenger rear corner just in front of the tail light.

I've read about some people relocating it or just removing it altogether. Not sure if that is a good idea. I think I read about error codes if the hoses are extended too long... the additional volume of the extended lines affects #s that are read by the computer somehow. There is a thread on rubiconownersforum where JerryC removed his canistor and was somehow able to avoid getting any error codes. I'll see if I can find it.

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Scout, the most effective way of not hanging up, on your rear bumper, is to stretch the wheel base. It also gives you so much more hill climbing ability. You can go up more severe angles, without the fear of flipping over backwards. It is a absolute gain, in jeep'n ability. Go for it, you won't be dissapointed.

You will need to put a fuel cell in the back of your heep. You can not flex to the max, with the original location.
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ill definately watch this forum =D ill be in the same boat as you scout.. except i wont be going to a la lift before a stretch.. but this will still be in a year or two

oh i forgot to ask.. what size front tubes do you run? im looking to match the stock fender and i know the saharas and rubicons have the same size stock flares..
Mine are 4.5"'s. I can't recall what the size of the OEM flare is but mine match fairly close.

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That is pretty much it, other than having to relocate the shocks as well. I don't think you'd need to replace the gas tank if you are sticking with the stock D44's but that depends on the length of stretch, how far I'm not sure.

You also don't have to stretch the front. Thats just an option to get even more wheel base under your rig. I know GenRight has a stretch kit that includes a gas tank, rockers, rear extended corner guards. The rear corners are big enough to fit a 37" to 39" tire.

If you are to get the GenRight stretch kit, All you'd need is longer rear control arms and relocated shock brackets... I think. That's pretty much the route I want to eventually take. I'm sure one of the more informed guys will chime in and tell me I'm all wrong though.
The GenRight kit is the way to go. So far it looks like they have all the bases covered except what needs to be done to the suspension.

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  • For a rear stretch of more than 1-2", you will have to get a new gas tank/fuel cell.
  • Relocate the spring buckets and shock mounts.
  • Do something about your track bar, either relocate or do triangulated control arms.

You don't have to do anything with the front if you stretch the rear.

The stability in making climbs is increase a ton with just 6" of stretch. The guys that I wheel with all have the extra wheelbase, and there are some climbs that my Jeep just won't do because of the tire position. (We will remedy that this winter though...)
Luckily my rear is already triangulated. (didn't hurt). Please post up some progress reports of how it goes. It seems like you and I are following some of the same paths with our builds.

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I'll be doing this in the near future with mine. I'll be stretching it probably about 8 inches to put my wheelbase right around 104/105" It will shortly be retired from driving duty so I'm just going to move the tank into the tub. I haven't decided yet if I'm going to go with coilovers in the rear or if I'm going to try somethings we've been talking about to utlize some stock springs. I am starting to feel this is going to limit my rear flex so I will probably end up going with coilovers back there to at least keep the performance I already have.

Advantages it will bring will come on steep climbs where right now I'm having to try and climb with all 4 tires on a vertical face right now where as Hackle and Joe can get front tires on top and then climb. In rockcrawling I've learned that wheelbase is a huge advantage.
Jack, are you going to do the RK coilovers or go with something else? IIRC the RK is upwards of 7 inches. I suppose that would be ok with the proper width on the axles and some bigger meat too. It sounds like you're doing yours well before I'm doing anything to mine so I'll be interested in seeing how your's comes out.

Axles? You gonna drop something big under there or keep wheelin those little bitty Dana's?

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Jeeprman and 1BLKJP both have it right.
1) If you are spending the money to stretch the Jeep it does not cost much more (other then the tank) to go 8 to 10 inches then 2" (which you will spend money later to add to)
2) A longer wheelbase up to a point helps on the trails. Everything in moderation.
3) I am 104" and full width axles. What you will find is that in most situations the wheel base will help, some it will hurt. I go through this with my full width also as in most places it helps, in some spots it makes life tougher.
HTH
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Thanks Jim. Like I said I'm thinking way ahead of myself here but when I do do something like this I'd like to go all out and be done with it. Axles, step up a tire size or two, trim up some sheet metal and possibly go with coilovers. Hopefully this next step will be the last major mod I do and I'd like to do it all at once and do it right. In other words I'll have to ship it back out to Joe.

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with 03+ TJs the fuel evaporation canister is in the passenger rear corner just in front of the tail light.

I've read about some people relocating it or just removing it altogether. Not sure if that is a good idea. I think I read about error codes if the hoses are extended too long... the additional volume of the extended lines affects #s that are read by the computer somehow. There is a thread on rubiconownersforum where JerryC removed his canistor and was somehow able to avoid getting any error codes. I'll see if I can find it.

*edit: here is that link i was talking about...

http://www.rubiconownersforum.com/ph...light=canister
I was wondering about the evap canister after I posted this thread. It took a lot of wiggling around to get the bolts in for my trail corners becasue that damn thing was in the way. That's also a good thread. JerryC has a great rig and it's also a nice compromise for a wheel base stretch without doing a full comp cut.

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Scout, the most effective way of not hanging up, on your rear bumper, is to stretch the wheel base. It also gives you so much more hill climbing ability. You can go up more severe angles, without the fear of flipping over backwards. It is a absolute gain, in jeep'n ability. Go for it, you won't be dissapointed.

You will need to put a fuel cell in the back of your heep. You can not flex to the max, with the original location.

Thanks Axel. In my part of Texas you can see for a hundred miles but when I load up to go wheeling it always seems like we're doing some kind of steep hill climb. Unfortunatly I haven't run with anyone with a stretched wheelbase so I've been unable to see how it performs first hand. Maybe I'll have to be the pioneer in my group.


The more I think about this I'm starting to realize that anything I do will be significant. I might just pull the trigger on some full rear corners (non comp) and be done with it for a couple of years. I can always turn around and resell them as my damn Jeep just sits in the garage all the time anyway.
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The GenRight kit is the way to go. So far it looks like they have all the bases covered except what needs to be done to the suspension.
They do have the 4-link rear kit and all the brackets to relocate shocks/coil-overs.

I think my rig will be a big pile of Gen-Right parts. I'm thinking 3-link front, 4-link rear w/ stretch, lengthened rear wheel wells, gas tank, and what ever else catches my eye. But this is all a future goal with 37's under it. So I'm definitely going to be watching what you do to yours.
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Damn I guess I didn't see that on their website. It's been a few days.

You already have a bunch of catching up to do.
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Scout, I have been considering this since the first time I wheeled the TJ. I came from the longer wheelbase of XJ, ZJ and WJ, and climbs are just much easier.

If you are running the GenRight stretch tank the max you can go is about 5" IIRC. GenRight, Nth (AEV?), and Clayton kits all use(d) this. In order to go longer you generally have to switch to a tub located fuel cell.

The EVAP canister does need relocatiing as does the fuel filler. Coils need relocating or removed for coilovers and the upper shock mounts need relocating. Longer drive shaft and control arms, brake line etc...

It's "almost" necessary to do a comp cut regardless of the amount of stretch, there is just not that much room back there.

The most difficult aspect of the front is the steering. Once that is done the rest is easy (well, not easy but easier).

I am still considering it but if I do it I will switch out to PolyPerformance CA mounts and custom length midarms with JohnnyJoints and then the GenRight tank.
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Ok, so if you stretch the rear 5", stretching the front out 2" to get to a 100" wheelbase, that shouldn't cause too many problems with the steering, right? I mean, even my RE kit pushed the front axle forward some.
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Scout, I have been considering this since the first time I wheeled the TJ. I came from the longer wheelbase of XJ, ZJ and WJ, and climbs are just much easier.

If you are running the GenRight stretch tank the max you can go is about 5" IIRC. GenRight, Nth (AEV?), and Clayton kits all use(d) this. In order to go longer you generally have to switch to a tub located fuel cell.

The EVAP canister does need relocatiing as does the fuel filler. Coils need relocating or removed for coilovers and the upper shock mounts need relocating. Longer drive shaft and control arms, brake line etc...

It's "almost" necessary to do a comp cut regardless of the amount of stretch, there is just not that much room back there.

The most difficult aspect of the front is the steering. Once that is done the rest is easy (well, not easy but easier).

I am still considering it but if I do it I will switch out to PolyPerformance CA mounts and custom length midarms with JohnnyJoints and then the GenRight tank.

Thanks Chuck. Poly makes some great products for projects just like this. For some reason I never remember Poly when I'm cooking up ideas in my head.

If I do the stretch I want to do it all and do the comp cut. I realize the benefits of it and it's also aesthetically pleasing to boot.

Are you looking at the Currie midarms (J) or something custom?
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Ok, so if you stretch the rear 5", stretching the front out 2" to get to a 100" wheelbase, that shouldn't cause too many problems with the steering, right? I mean, even my RE kit pushed the front axle forward some.
I am not certain about this at all, but I can't see how you could move the front more than an inch forward without at least having to relocate/shift the steering box.
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Or getting a shorter pitman arm?
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Thanks Chuck. Poly makes some great products for projects just like this. For some reason I never remember Poly when I'm cooking up ideas in my head.

If I do the stretch I want to do it all and do the comp cut. I realize the benefits of it and it's also aesthetically pleasing to boot.

Are you looking at the Currie midarms (J) or something custom?
Scout, I have never really been sold on the J-arms.

Poly sells the joints and tube. Or you can get a frame mount bracket kit with all of the joints and tube etc... Thats along the line I was thinking and will allow me to triangulate at the same time.

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My main issue at this point is already having the Highline and wanting to keep it.
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I don't see why you can't keep it. And those poly kits are the same as the ones Gen-Right offers.

I was reading again, and the extended rear corners that Gen-Right has, only push the wheel well back 4". So then you'd have to push the front out 3" to hit 100". The biggest reason I'm looking at the GR extended wells is I like the idea of using a stock flare on it or even adding a tube flare.
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Or getting a shorter pitman arm?
A shorter pitman arm will also reduce your steering. If I were going to stretch the front, I would have to consider if I were going to trailer it so I could go hydraulic.
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But see, the way I'm thinking... I want to be able to drive it to work, and then head to the trail right after. It won't be the DD, but should be street-able and able to drive down the highway for a weekend cruise.
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I don't see why you can't keep it. And those poly kits are the same as the ones Gen-Right offers.

I was reading again, and the extended rear corners that Gen-Right has, only push the wheel well back 4". So then you'd have to push the front out 3" to hit 100". The biggest reason I'm looking at the GR extended wells is I like the idea of using a stock flare on it or even adding a tube flare.
The rear flares an the Highline already extend to the bend on the tub, plus there is a cut out on the driver's rear flare for the fuel filler. I would have to bob the rear of the flares and do a semi-comp cut at a minimum would be my guess.

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But see, the way I'm thinking... I want to be able to drive it to work, and then head to the trail right after. It won't be the DD, but should be street-able and able to drive down the highway for a weekend cruise.
I agree, that's why I am not seriously considering the front at this point.
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And see, I wouldn't be worried about stretching the front if full hydro steering is legal in AZ. I don't know if it is. But if it is legal, it wouldn't be out of the question to do it if I wanted to stretch the front. But 4-5" in the rear still has to make some kind of difference.
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i'm still in shock that scout installed his own trail corners

seriously though i was thinking about these later on and thought that they would be cake to install...until you mentioned the evap canister.
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