Teraflex leveling kit- 187.00
5 duratracs and MB 15" wheels 1450 tyd
I just completed that yesterday.
That sounds like a great deal! What size tires? I paid alot more than that for my 35s and rims and got a good deal. Of course in Canada u just don't get the awesome tire deals our southern cousins can get.
__________________ 2010 JK Sport - 2.5" TF coil lift || 35" x 12.5" BFG KOs || 7" IPF 968s || LP10k Superwinch || XRC Front Bumper || XRC Sliders || XRC Rear bumper with Tire carrier|| JKS Quicker Discos
"Before you judge a man, walk a mile in his shoes. After that who cares?... He's a mile away and you've got his shoes!"
my tires were like...$230 out the door each i think. i bought 4 so that's $920. my lift was something like $500. i cant remember the exact costs anymore. my wheels were maybe $30 each. all in all i spent maybe $1500 or so BUT i did all the labor. majority of that was the cost of tires. labor is something like $300 to install a lift i think.
I just dropped 1400 on some dick cepek mud county 35x12.50x17s, plus i have about 400 tied up in a bb lift, and my wheels were about 130 each x 5, but im planning on doing the unthinkable next week and going to a 4 inch lift on my jk 2dr. I know i know too much lift, but i am eventually turning this rig into a toy and not a dd.
There are very few vehicles that can be defined as "made for offroad". Unfortunately, the Wrangler can definitely be defined as "made for offroad" by its inability to handle well on road