so i was wondering if anyone can tell me what the effects of having different size axles would be other than to put bigger tires on the wrangler?
i saw an ad for a wrangler having 2 different axles, in the front and rear - is this a common set up?
additonally.. forgive me for my newness but, what are the benefits of having a lifted wrangler other than if you were you go off roading?
if i were to get a car and remove the lifts, would it adversely affect the car compare to it's initial performance, prior to the lifts?
unless its a rubicon it will have a dana30 front and either a dana35 or 44 out back
thats probobly what your talking about unless they are talking gearing which should be the same. post the adds we like to judge them lol
y lose the lift if there is no problem with it? you can always go back to stock but there may be more than just spacers that need to be removed.....
morot mounts drive shafts slip yolks ect plus all the angles change
stock gearing is fine until you start putting bigger tires on, but even then its not horrible unless the stock gearing is numerically low with bigger tires.. for example, my gear ratio is 3.73:1, i have 35" tires.. i should be running 4.56:1 or 4.88:1 to be back on par with the stock performance.. having bigger tires is going to make the jeep somewhat more sluggish without regearing..
A lift allows you to run over and/or park on top of a Prius at the Mall...
That's why mine is lifted
As for the add, be aware that with 33" tyres and stock gearing, especially on the manual it will be a dog. Atleast if I recall correctly stock gearing on the LJ should be 3.73. Another thing worth mentioning is that the spare is next to useless if it is 2" smaller than the rest of the tyres. Might as well take it off and leave it at home.
2003 Wrangler Sahara 4.0 42rle D30/D44
Front: 2" BDS coils + JKU shocks
Rear: 2" BB + Zone Nitro shocks
Zone 1.25" BL + 1" MML, UCF LoPro
32" BFG AT on 16" Racing Hart
Ramsey Pro Plus 6000, IPF 900s 130W