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Old 06-26-2013, 05:24 PM   #1
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Ok so im kinda stuck on what my next mod should be. So many choices and too much available on the credit card to not use it lol. So im thinking either a) finally get my RE 2.5" lift with monotube shocks. (Thinking no bc i think itll look toyish with my 32's) b) do the hidden winch mod with the stock bumper. c) disconnects d) rockhard skid (idk heard bad things about fires and skids) and lastly get my front carrier and 4.10 gears. Can go with big tires yet bc of my 3.21's :/ opinions anyone?

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Old 06-26-2013, 06:21 PM   #2
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Regear, then lift, then tires then winch

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Old 06-26-2013, 06:28 PM   #3
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I would say it depends on the daily use of your vehicle. I would agree with Neral22.. but I had 3.73 2013 JKU and traded for a JKUR because in the long run what I wanted would have cost a lot more that buying it already on the Jeep. So the first MOD/ Next MOD is to decide what you want todo. When we got the jeep we all of a sudden started camping, wheeling, beach trips.. we looked for stuff todo because of the jeep.
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Old 06-26-2013, 06:29 PM   #4
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Ok so im kinda stuck on what my next mod should be. So many choices and too much available on the credit card to not use it lol. So im thinking either a) finally get my RE 2.5" lift with monotube shocks. (Thinking no bc i think itll look toyish with my 32's) b) do the hidden winch mod with the stock bumper. c) disconnects d) rockhard skid (idk heard bad things about fires and skids) and lastly get my front carrier and 4.10 gears. Can go with big tires yet bc of my 3.21's :/ opinions anyone?
What year is the jeep an what size tire do you wanna run? I have 35x12.50's on my 13 sport with 1.5" lift with 3.21's an it pulls them just fine. Honestly I'd go with wheels an tires, then regear(if you feel the need), then lift, ect
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Old 06-26-2013, 06:32 PM   #5
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3.21 hear with 35 tires (12 inches wide mind you), Arb full front steel bumper and a heavy 12k winch. My gears have no problem lugging around. Yes it would be nice to go to 3.73 or 4.10 but ill wait for the lockers to be put in at the same time.

Say you go with tires/wheels first or best to do it together with the lift
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Old 06-26-2013, 06:48 PM   #6
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Thanks everyone, as for the vehicle mine is a 2dr sport 2013 with the 3.6L 3.21's ive heard of guys running 35's with the 3.21's and its good to hear its not a huge problem. I was really expecting like its un bearable or something. But part of me wants to wait for the 32's to wear down lol. See this is the problem im having! Hahaha
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Old 06-27-2013, 08:31 AM   #7
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Thanks everyone, as for the vehicle mine is a 2dr sport 2013 with the 3.6L 3.21's ive heard of guys running 35's with the 3.21's and its good to hear its not a huge problem. I was really expecting like its un bearable or something. But part of me wants to wait for the 32's to wear down lol. See this is the problem im having! Hahaha
A dealer would probably give you 400$ credit for wheels and tires but you could also get 600-800 for them privately sold

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