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Old 04-16-2013, 11:51 PM   #1
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Guidance needed for a huge project.

My fellow Jeepers, I have decided that Poseidon (my 2012 Rubi 4dr Jeep) over the course of the rest of this year will be sitting on 20" wheels, a Game Changer Lite 3.5" lift, 37"s and regeared to 4.88. This is the stance I want. Yes I know its expensive but don't we build our Jeeps the way we want? My concerns are the driveshaft and anything else that would be of immediate concern that I should be factoring into this build. I will not be doing this myself although it does seem like a project I should be a part of. It would be nice to know that I turned a wrench or two in the transformation. I have the patience of a monk when it comes to saving $$$ and I won't drop the Jeep off to have any work done unless I have everything ready to go. Again this may realistically happen closer to the end of the summer or fall depending on how much I want to kill myself at work lol. So any advice would be greatly appreciated. This is the last part of my research phase and its always the minor details that get overlooked than can cause headaches. Thanks much.

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Old 04-17-2013, 12:07 AM   #2
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Old 04-17-2013, 09:37 AM   #3
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I guess no one wants to help a brother out .
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Should look great and anytime you go with 37s or a lift close to and or over 4" you need to look into build some support for the axles.
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Old 04-17-2013, 10:58 AM   #5
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Should look great and anytime you go with 37s or a lift close to and or over 4" you need to look into build some support for the axles.
This is getting costly lol. Do you mean like gussets and stuff?
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