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Old 04-28-2012, 12:53 PM   #1
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Pictures of 2 inch lift with 32s and 31s on an TJ

Would love to see some pictures of some TJs with a 2 inc lift with some 31s and 32s

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Old 04-28-2012, 01:05 PM   #2
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Here's mine when I had a 2" BB and 31" BFG's. I later upgraded to the 3.25" and kept the 31's but put on Mud Tires.


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Old 05-01-2012, 02:00 PM   #3
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Here's mine with a 2 inch budget boost and 32x11.50's. I really need to get 8 inch wheels, those wide things are starting to drive me nuts.

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Old 05-01-2012, 05:21 PM   #4
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2.25" BBL and 33x12.50x15 Duratracs. My tires actually measure 32x11.50 when mounted on the 15x8" rims. there's other pics on my profile.
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OME 2.5" lift (actually a little more) BFG 31s couple pics
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Old 05-03-2012, 02:17 AM   #6
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Hi I am going to install a 2.5inch spacer lift on my 2000 tj, does anyone know if I will need brake line extensions or not? Thanks.
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Old 05-03-2012, 06:59 PM   #7
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Every Jeep is alittle different, it's hard to say. I have a 2000 Tj. I used 2.25" spacers, and 3/4" spring isolators on the front (equaling 3"s up front), I didn't need brakeline extensions.
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Old 05-03-2012, 07:28 PM   #8
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Here's mine only 1.75" and 31's

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Old 05-03-2012, 09:16 PM   #9
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Ok guess I will have to see, thanks tjnewbie.
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Old 05-04-2012, 06:25 AM   #10
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2" ome lift on 32"
It has the proper spare on it now. It was back ordered at the time of the picture.
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Old 05-05-2012, 08:51 AM   #11
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Here's mine only 1.75" and 31's

Good looking Rig you got there!!
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Old 05-05-2012, 08:54 AM   #12
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Ok guess I will have to see, thanks tjnewbie.
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Good looking Rig you got there!!
Thanks yours looks pretty good too... must be the wheels
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Old 05-05-2012, 05:32 PM   #14
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Thanks yours looks pretty good too... must be the wheels
Perhaps, I am kinda partial to the DC2 wheels. But the 1.75" lift with the 31s and the 3-5/8 backspacing brings it all together.
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Perhaps, I am kinda partial to the DC2 wheels. But the 1.75" lift with the 31s and the 3-5/8 backspacing brings it all together.
Yea it looks much better than it did with no lift.... thanks!
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2.25" BBL and 33x12.50x15 Duratracs. My tires actually measure 32x11.50 when mounted on the 15x8" rims. there's other pics on my profile.
Do you rub at all? Have you noticed a loss of power? What's your gas mileage now?

Looks nice! I'm about to do a very similar setup but I'm iffy on the duratracs "32s"
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2.25" BBL and 33x12.50x15 Duratracs. My tires actually measure 32x11.50 when mounted on the 15x8" rims. there's other pics on my profile.
One more question lol did you need bump stock extensions?

Thanks for replies!!
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Do you rub at all? Have you noticed a loss of power? What's your gas mileage now?

Looks nice! I'm about to do a very similar setup but I'm iffy on the duratracs "32s"
Thanks! I don't rub at all on road, offroad it doesn't rub either but I don't disconnect my sway links.

I have the 3spd auto with 3.07 gears, I didn't notice a loss in power when just driving the jeep, but if I'm towing my 5'x8' open trailer filled with camping gear,fire wood, & food/water for 5days, up steep hills then I do notice a slight powerloss, the DC2 wheels are lighter than my previous wheels and the Duratracs are the lightest of all the aggressive A/T terrain tires.

My fuel milage dropped from 19 mpg to 16mpg's. That's fine with me, the Lift and tires totally transformed my Tj, now it looks and rides so much better.

The Duratracs are great, they are quiet on road and they're awesome in sand and mud, and they do very well driving in the rain. I've read that the side wall is weak, and that some people have had side wall punctures, personally I haven't experienced that, but I stick to the trail mostly, and always watch out for trail hazards.
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One more question lol did you need bump stock extensions?

Thanks for replies!!
Bump stop extensions were included in my Skyjacker 2.25" BBL kit
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Running 31" TA KO's w/ a 2" BDS coil kit. I like it
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Old 03-04-2013, 07:41 PM   #21
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Running 31" TA KO's w/ a 2" BDS coil kit. I like it
I like the BDS 2" springs, when I replace my stock springs, I'll be using those. You can purchase just the springs for $225.
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Old 03-04-2013, 08:01 PM   #22
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Close to criteria...2.5 in RC with 31's



Not a great pic, I am on uneven ground.
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Old 03-04-2013, 08:12 PM   #23
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^^ Nice looking rig, very similar what mine will be. I am going to install the same lift, just use some BDS shocks instead of the junky RC shocks..

I have some 31x10.5 gy wrangle authority tires that I likea lot..
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Not sure if this will help you but heres my 99 with a 3" and 32's (before my flats and my bl)





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Pictures of 2 inch lift with 32s and 31s on an TJ

Getting ready to do a bb 2" by Zone....Any advise re: getting the rear top shock bolts off without too much drama? Looks like they bust frequently. I'm planning on a few days of PBS blaster before hand. It seems kinda hard to spay it up in there though and I'm really just hitting the bolt from the bottom. Sandy tricks for getting lube on the bolts from the top so that it soaks down into the threads?

Using heat looks unlikely - too close to the gas tank.
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Getting ready to do a bb 2" by Zone....Any advise re: getting the rear top shock bolts off without too much drama? Looks like they bust frequently. I'm planning on a few days of PBS blaster before hand. It seems kinda hard to spay it up in there though and I'm really just hitting the bolt from the bottom. Sandy tricks for getting lube on the bolts from the top so that it soaks down into the threads?

Using heat looks unlikely - too close to the gas tank.
Kinda cheating, but I installed a body lift first. Really easy to spray the bolts from the top
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2" BB with 31's.

I need to take some new pictures now that I have a New Front Bumper and Winch.





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My fuel milage dropped from 19 mpg to 16mpg's. That's fine with me, the Lift and tires totally transformed my Tj, now it looks and rides so much better.
WOW!! you must drive the 4.OL or have a heavy foot. I get 15mpg with my 97 on 35s which is what I currently run on the street.

I used to run a 1.25" BL on 33s with stock springs(no spacers).

I did install 2" procomp springs for a week, those came off.
My jeep never rubbed flexing with 33s and the 1.25" BL.
flexing on my steep RTI ramp.
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Kinda cheating, but I installed a body lift first. Really easy to spray the bolts from the top
I hit mine hard with PB for a week before hand. If you spray enough from the bottom up and splash enough around up in there, mine came off smooth as butter.
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Getting ready to do a bb 2" by Zone....Any advise re: getting the rear top shock bolts off without too much drama? Looks like they bust frequently. I'm planning on a few days of PBS blaster before hand. It seems kinda hard to spay it up in there though and I'm really just hitting the bolt from the bottom. Sandy tricks for getting lube on the bolts from the top so that it soaks down into the threads?

Using heat looks unlikely - too close to the gas tank.
guess I should've quoted this one on that response

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