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Old 02-19-2011, 03:30 PM   #1
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Pucks???

I need help. I have a 2" OME suspension lift on a 2001 TJ. I am running 32" MT ATZ. I want to put 33" Mud Tires on and have been looking at a 2" puck in back and a 2.5" in front. If I do this, what other mods will be required???? Should driveline be ok?? I just don't personally know anyone with the answers. Thanks for help.

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Old 02-19-2011, 03:31 PM   #2
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Also, will I need to get longer shocks or quick releases for sway bar???

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Old 02-19-2011, 04:18 PM   #3
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Pretty sure you have to do all the same things that you'd have to do for any 4" lift, extended brake lines, and longer shocks, etc. It's not so much how you lift it, as how much you lift it. You'll have the same issues. You'd be better off to remove what you have and buy longer springs and the other stuff too... iirc.
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That's what I was afraid of. I might just do a 2" body lift instead. Hate to spend too much money. I just wonder what it will look like
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You can run 33's with your 2" OME lift and a 1.25" body lift. That is the setup I have and it's very common. I don't rub at all at full flex. Just make sure your bump stops are the correct length.
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You can run 33's with your 2" OME lift and a 1.25" body lift. That is the setup I have and it's very common. I don't rub at all at full flex. Just make sure your bump stops are the correct length.
^^^^^ this is a much better choice. IMO. Too big a body lift looks bad.
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You can run 33's with your 2" OME lift and a 1.25" body lift. That is the setup I have and it's very common. I don't rub at all at full flex. Just make sure your bump stops are the correct length.
This is a quality choice and what I plan to do
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Old 02-19-2011, 09:20 PM   #8
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So a 1.25" body lift... What brand do you all like?? Also, my bump stops are good now, will the 1.25" require me to anything different with those bump stops?
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not sure on the bump stops but JKS for the BL is one of the popular choices
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Old 02-19-2011, 09:29 PM   #10
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Anyone have food pics of a 1.25-1.5" body lift?? Please post

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