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Old 09-25-2011, 08:43 AM   #1
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Hi,

Want to order a Unlimited Rubi. Once stock tires have a good amount of wear, I will lift and put on 34/35s. I have the following questions:
1) So I should order 4.1 gears because of the anticipated larger tires right?
2) Do a suspension lift and not a body lift right?
3) Does anyone know how much lift I would need for those tires on a 2012?

Just wanted to say you guys know more than the dealers can tell me and I enjoy reading the threads and learning from you......and I thank you.

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Welcome to the forum It sounds like you have things pretty well thought out. 2.5"- 3" lift is about perfect for 34-35" tires on a JK, and yes you want a suspension lift. 4:10 gears will be a good choice from the factory. Depending on your location and use, you may still feel regearing is needed for that size tire, but that is entirely subjective. We run 35's on 4:10 gears just fine in flat Indiana...

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Welcome to the forum It sounds like you have things pretty well thought out. 2.5"- 3" lift is about perfect for 34-35" tires on a JK, and yes you want a suspension lift. 4:10 gears will be a good choice from the factory. Depending on your location and use, you may still feel regearing is needed for that size tire, but that is entirely subjective. We run 35's on 4:10 gears just fine in flat Indiana...
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