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Old 12-23-2013, 03:30 AM   #1
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Dear All I've got the 2 door JK 2011- 3.8 ( renegade edition) i would like to have your advise regarding the lift kit & tyres/Rims Sizes I usualy drive one time or twice in a week on highway ( 260 KM per ride) other than that i'm driving it inside the city , and i'm planing to go offroad once per week i would like to make it as high as possible , could you please advise how many inches you recomend to uplift, as well the size of rims and tyres your advise is really appreciated

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Old 12-23-2013, 04:07 AM   #2
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Dear All I've got the 2 door JK 2011- 3.8 ( renegade edition) i would like to have your advise regarding the lift kit & tyres/Rims Sizes I usualy drive one time or twice in a week on highway ( 260 KM per ride) other than that i'm driving it inside the city , and i'm planing to go offroad once per week i would like to make it as high as possible , could you please advise how many inches you recomend to uplift, as well the size of rims and tyres your advise is really appreciated
First let me say welcome and congrats on the new ride!

In order to better answer your question we need to know your budget. Lift kit, tires, and suspension components (separately) could quickly eat up your savings. I wouldn't recommend a BB if you're wheeling once a week so again availability of funds is at play.

Northridge has some of the best deals around so I'd start there. Of course once you decide how much you can handle that is.

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Old 12-23-2013, 08:35 AM   #3
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Also consider what type of wheeling your gonna do. 35s will fit without a lift and trimming of the fenders, if your on a budget I would start there and see where you need the upgrades (code for save your money for when you break your rig)
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Old 12-26-2013, 01:57 AM   #4
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Thank you guys


Well budget is not an issue

All i care about is that my car wont let me down on highway
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Old 12-26-2013, 07:30 AM   #5
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Thank you guys Well budget is not an issue All i care about is that my car wont let me down on highway
You don't have a car, you have a JEEP! Save the Kitties! (Every time you refer to your Jeep as a car a kitten dies needlessly).

Welcome! Watch that center of gravity. 35's look real good with no lift.
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