Originally Posted by Irongrave
4 inches is more then enough lift for 35s. hell 35s fit on stock height TJs. you need to cut plastic if it rubs. .
how to set bump stops. compress the suspension until the tire hits the fender. measure the space between the bump stop and the bottom of the coil plate. add about 1/2 inch thats what you need for a bump stop. limiting up travel will not limit flex. you only really need 3-4inches of up travel on a TJ to have good flex off road.
Not legally, but yes
and I was talking stock fenders, and no cutting of the tub. Obviously you can run 35s on stock height a little bit of modification. but just adding 4 inches of lift, and he will still rub offroad. I have 5 inches of lift up front, and I still rub on the metal of my fenders, with 33s, plus on my control arms. I can't go anywider with my tires, I already get enough cop attention, and I am in the process of getting new fenders.
I am not arguing with you at all, I know you know a ton about wranglers and I am sure you know alot more than I, but I am just sharing my point of view so this guy up here gets it right.