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Old 03-28-2012, 10:48 PM   #1
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Ok I like the look of the wide and low stance of this TJ(sorry such a small photo) Was wondering how well it would preform off road though? And how is it possible other then no fenders and back spacers?
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really wide axles and a lot of fab work

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Old 03-28-2012, 11:05 PM   #3
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Looks kinda like a pregnant roller skate
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How well can it perform off road though?
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How well can it perform off road though?
i would guess that pic is taken at full bump.

If not then it is nice and low. I wheeled for a few years setup in my blazer with 4in of uptravel and it was nice for stability and had a ton of flex, but you couldnt pound up things if you needed too since it would just smack the bumpstops and kill your back.

Looks just like plain fullwidths with low offset wheels. I think low and wide is the way to go. But from my limited searching of this site your not going to find many builds like this here. Most seem to have milder, or sky high rigs.

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