So about 3 weeks ago I totaled my jeep wrangler and now I'm in the hunt to get a new one and I'm looking at this one rubicon and I would plan on lifting it right now it only has a 2/12 on 32's I plan on upgrading to a 6inch lift with 35's I would like to know what all extra would I need besides the lift and tires cause I know there is more to it
You dont need 6" of lift to clear 35's... a 4" lift and tube fenders will clear 35's just fine.
You could even do a 4.5" lift and clear them just fine.
If it's an Auto you'll need 5.13 gears, if it's a manual your fine with 4.88s.
New Rear CV Driveshaft, Shocks if they dont come with the lift kit, extended brake lines, make sure the kit you buy has adjustable control arms for adjusting the pinion angle.
You don't need Chromo's right away, but its a nice piece of mind. It depends on how hard you wheel and how bad you are with the skinny pedal.
98TJ / Hi-Lined / Zip Lockers / 35s
If your goal is to run 35's, then the 4.5 super flex kit from RE is great combined with a 1'' body and motor mount. you will clear the 35's with no fender rub and have plenty of space for flex. I ran that set up and was very happy with it.
I got 99 Problems but a Jeep ain't one
To each their own, but I've got a Rubi with 35s, trimmed fenders and no lift (yet) and I only rub when I hit something real hard. I'll install a 2.5" OME or Teraflex this summer. Want to keep it low.
You have a jk. You can fit bigger tires on less lift
98 Sahara, DPG ultimate kit with 32in KM2's, D30 Aussie locker, Hard top during the winter, LPd30, F8.8 with homemade triangulated 4 link, custom transmission crossmember and belly up skid, home shortened double cardan driveshaft, JB conversions SYE