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Old 02-05-2013, 09:27 AM   #61
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LOL at all the guys with no post counts thumping their "no white letters" chests. I'd almost guess you joined just to voice your opinions.

White letters are not drastic especially on the larger sized tires. Its not like its a 35 series tire with white lettering on it. Also who give a crap, its not your vehicle, I'm sure any of us could find something on your ride that we think looks like crap. Give it a rest.


To the original poster, you are going to want to look into shorter springs, new shocks, sway bar links and possibly control arms if you want to lower your Jeep. It wont be cheap but you may be able to offset some of that cost by selling when you currently have.

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Old 02-05-2013, 10:13 AM   #62
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Sorry to the OP but those pucks only look to be 1" to 11/2" in the pictures you supplied. Are you counting the rubber parts that are underneath them too? Again I'm only going off of the pictures that you supplied.

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Old 02-06-2013, 02:36 PM   #63
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Sorry to the OP but those pucks only look to be 1" to 11/2" in the pictures you supplied. Are you counting the rubber parts that are underneath them too? Again I'm only going off of the pictures that you supplied.
I finally broke out the tape measure, they are 2" spacers, and i'm not counting the rubber donuts on the bottom.
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To the original poster, you are going to want to look into shorter springs, new shocks, sway bar links and possibly control arms if you want to lower your Jeep. It wont be cheap but you may be able to offset some of that cost by selling when you currently have.
Being that they are only 2" spacers, could I get away with just changing springs?

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