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Old 10-13-2010, 08:26 PM   #1
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Another Beepbeep Lift Question.

Moving to 35's very soon, Got news my lift might not clear the 35's tell me what you think with the parts list and stuff.Thanks ahead of time.
  • Front 4.56 gears
  • Rear 4.56 gears
  • Dana 44 Rear axle
  • SYE and new rear Drive Shaft
  • 4" Zone offroad Lift kit
  • Zone steering stabilizer
  • JKS Adj. Front track bar
  • Currie HD Steering


NOW!** - I have a 2" coil spacer lift i'm pulling off the jeep and i also have a 1.25" JKS bodylift thats staying.

so 5.25" of lift? not enough for 35's? what are the best ways (Cheap) to get alittle extra lift out of the parts selected to clear alittle better.

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Old 10-13-2010, 08:33 PM   #2
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You should be able to run 35's with that set up. you might have some fender rub at extreme flex but you can always add a 3/4" spring spacer later if it is a problem. I ran 35"s on a 5.5" RE lift w/o a body lift for several years.

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You'll clear. I didn't happen to see master install kits for those axles on the list though. Also rear upper adjustable arms to set your pinion angle after the sye.
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Old 10-13-2010, 08:42 PM   #4
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You'll clear 35's...
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Old 10-13-2010, 09:18 PM   #5
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Trim the flares and just make sure your bump stops are the right length and you should be set.

I would also suggest looking into aftermarket control arms if they are not included in the lift kit as well as stronger axle shaft esp for up front.
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Old 10-13-2010, 10:46 PM   #6
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You should be able to run 35's with that set up. you might have some fender rub at extreme flex but you can always add a 3/4" spring spacer later if it is a problem. I ran 35"s on a 5.5" RE lift w/o a body lift for several years.
Would the 3/4 spacers effect the Fixed lower control arms? and should i factor that into my SYE and driveshaft? what about 1 & 3/4?

The gears I will be getting master install kits sorry**

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