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Old 07-19-2010, 01:22 PM   #1
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pictures of jeeps with 35's

Please list what kinda lift you have, if you regeared, anything that would be related to 35 inch tires. I'm looking to lift and put bigger tires on my jeep. 35 inch tires is what I'm looking at....please provide some pictures of your TJ with 35 inch tires!

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Old 07-19-2010, 01:32 PM   #2
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What rear axle do you have? Few will recommend putting 35's on a D35...

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Old 07-19-2010, 01:58 PM   #3
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Old 07-20-2010, 12:35 PM   #4
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My price information sheet list the rear axle as a Dana 44......I don't know the front.
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unless shes a rubi, the front is a d30
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Old 07-20-2010, 12:54 PM   #6
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my new jeep

it has a 4in skyjacker with 2in body with 35 nittos.
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Nice looking TJ and wheels 06challenger, what kind of beadlocks are in those photos?
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Nice looking TJ and wheels 06challenger, what kind of beadlocks are in those photos?
Those look like they may be the mickey thompsons with the simulated lock rings, not true beadlocks.

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Dick Cepek mud country 35s, measured 34 inflated. 4 inch Rough Country lift, 1 inch spacers up front, 1 inch body.
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4'' suspension lift
2'' spacer front
1'' spacer rear
35'' Yokahama's


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4.25" suspension
2" body
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Old 07-21-2010, 05:58 AM   #12
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97 tj sahara
4.5" RE superflex
1.25 JKS bodylift
SYE/Tom Wood driveshaft
12.5x35x15 BFG KM2,s
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it has a 4in skyjacker with 2in body with 35 nittos.
Pardon my saying so in such colorful language, but that is one shithotsexysumbitch ya got there! Damn that Jeep looks GOOD!

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15 x 10 Cepek DC-1 wheels painted black with RCX rock rings
35" Cepek Mud Country Tires
HD Rear shackles
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97 tj sahara
4.5" RE superflex
1.25 JKS bodylift
SYE/Tom Wood driveshaft
12.5x35x15 BFG KM2,s
Quick question - which flares are those, and are you happy with them?
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Take a look in the "lift reviews" sticky. You will find pics of dozens of rigs with 35's and a description of their suspension.
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2001 60th Anniversary
4" Teraflex Suspension
1" T-Case Drop
Dana 30 Front
Dana 44 Rear
3.73 Gears (Changing out to 4.88) & Adding an ARB in the rear
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Rubs a bit in the rear at the moment. Front is fine even when disco'd - the extra wide flares help a good bit. Plan on adding a JKS 1.25" body lift & motor mount lift to help out with that problem, and remove the transfer case drop. Want to add a SYE and CV drive shaft eventually, as well as upgrade the front brakes somehow.
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Quick question - which flares are those, and are you happy with them?
They look like Xenon... but what do I know....

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X2 on the Xennons. I have the 4" wide version on my LJ and love them with the exception of how the turn signals mount. IMO its pretty ghetto the way they attach to the flares but other than that they are great. Very flexible as well. I had ne folded under the fender by a tree and it popped right back out w/o issue.
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yup!!! the bead locks on my jeep are the mickey T's they came with the crome ones, but i like the red better! thanks man!
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4" Currie lift ..1" body...4:88 gears 35 X 12.50 X 15
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4" suspension
1" body lift
Still running 3.73 factory gearing because i haven't decided if I'm going to change the front lpd30 to something different. I don't want to regear twice.
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4" Rock Krawler
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06challenger we have the exact jeep same tires and wheels flares read beadlocks. my pictures are too big too post here i think but i will try.
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4" suspension
1" body lift
Still running 3.73 factory gearing because i haven't decided if I'm going to change the front lpd30 to something different. I don't want to regear twice.
WUT! that jeeps almost too sexy... jealous!!!
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4" suspension
1" body lift
Still running 3.73 factory gearing because i haven't decided if I'm going to change the front lpd30 to something different. I don't want to regear twice.
Your Jeep gets a 11 on a 1 to 10 scale. It looks awesome good job
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5.5 inch Rubicon Express Long arm extreme kit.
4.56 gears sye and Detroit trutrac's for now
315x75rx16 MTR's with kevlar

lots more to do next year when I have more money.
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Your Jeep gets a 11 on a 1 to 10 scale. It looks awesome good job
I just checked and my Jeep wants to be your Jeep when it grows up!!!
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4" Teraflex with belly up
1" body and motor
35" BFG A/Ts

Just got her back and taking it out today.
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RE 3.5" lift (more like 4.5")
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