So I just bought my wife an 06 TJ sport. It has 35000 miles. She wants a little more lift but im not sure what to get. It already has 32x10.5R15 on it. Can anyone tell me what to look for to see if it has a lift. I dont want to buy a 3" sl and a 1.25 bl and turn out it already had a 2" on it. Any suggestions would be great. Thanks
hard to tell from the pic, but it looks factory. There was a post with spring length's. I searched it a while back and IIRC 12 inch was stock spring height so anything over that will tell you lift. round a bout anyhoo.
97 Jeep TJ, the only hole she can't climb out of is DEBT.
Looks to be a 1" lift tops.. Most likely stock. Definitely not a 4" lift that would look way higher
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They will fit with stock suspension. I had a 97 with no lift of any type and with 32x11.5 with aftermarket rims that had less backspace and had no problems.
Now I have an 05 with the same 32x11.5 tires but I do have a 2.5 inch coil spring lift, no body lift. Also I have the same Ravine rims as on yours. Instead of new rims with less backspace, I use wheel spacers because I haven't been able to decide on any new rims that I like any better than the Ravines (and I hate black rims).
I'm curious to know if yours has wheel spacers?
According to what I read around here, there are more things that need to be done to step up to 33's so I'm content to stay at 32.
the suspension is all stock. 31x10.50R15 is the biggest you can fit stock. 32's will rub on the front control arms when turning, the rear spring perch on the rear frame, and the fenders under flex. The first is easily corrected, the 2nd depends on wheel size & backspacing, and the 3rd can be corrected but results in a lot of work and a loss of suspension travel.