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Old 02-24-2014, 12:31 AM   #1
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1995 YJ on 35's

I haven't been on here much lately, but a lot has been done to the jeep. I cracked a stock leaf spring and really needed new shocks, so I decided to go for the lift. I looked around for lifts and heavily thought about what lift would be the best for the $. I read all kinds of reviews, but ultimately I decide to go with a rough country lift. I know first hand that they aren't the greatest lifts ever, but I didn't want to put too much into it because eventually when I have more time on my hands I'll be doing a spring over and slightly bigger axles. So I had planned on 33's until a buddy gave me a set of 35's for free. So now I needed a way to clear 35's I wanted metal cloaks but they take 6+ weeks to get after ordering. So I decided to do a 2" body lift and when I get the metal cloaks I'll get rid of the body lift. So now I have ordered the 4" RC and the 2" BL . The 35's where for a 18" wheel so I ordered those too. All along I wanted a YJ that looked different, not the same ole 15" steelies or 16" steelies. So I opted for a 18x12 fuel hostage wheels. This gave me the stance I wanted. I know this style isn't for everyone but I love the wide stance look with deep lip wheels. So put the lifts on took 2 days to do a lot of stuck bolts. The body lift went on easily. I have a 8.8 waiting to go in just waiting on new spring plates and u bolts. The 8.8 has superior shafts 4.56 gears and an Eaton e-locker.

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Old 02-24-2014, 08:11 AM   #2
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Nice looking ride!!

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Old 02-24-2014, 08:23 AM   #3
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Nice!! I really like the no-flare look.
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Old 02-24-2014, 01:35 PM   #4
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I live the no flare look, I'm not sure why but something about it. Even when I get cloaks they won't have flares
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I live the no flare look, I'm not sure why but something about it. Even when I get cloaks they won't have flares
I contribute it to the military jeeps. Never had flares. No show and all go
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Old 02-25-2014, 08:59 PM   #6
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The 18's look fine since you have a big enough tire to make it work. Now if you were running 29" rubber bands we might have something different to talk about. I wish it was legal in PA to run without flares.
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Old 02-25-2014, 09:53 PM   #7
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Yeah I know what you are saying, I thought about going to 20's but I liked the sidewall to rim ratio of 18's and 35's
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i love the look of no flares had them gone on my 92, but if ur wheelin in the mud without doors or windows ya better have a mud scraper for the inside of your widshield..lol
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Looking good!
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It doesn't get much off-road time anymore. A few trips to hunting camp a year and that's about it
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Did you cut out the rear of the fronts? Also, what are your lift specs and body lift specs?
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Read, and you will find out the specs.....
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Reading is so boring... UGH..lol
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I do like the stance it has.
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He said it has 2" body 4" spring. fenderS don't look cut, cuz he still has the stock turn markers on the front. He has just removed the plastics
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4" suspension (got 5" out of it since the stock springs were so sagged)

2" body lift

Fenders Aren't cut but took the plastic flares off.

Wheels are 18x12 with 4.7" of back spacing
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He said it has 2" body 4" spring. fenderS don't look cut, cuz he still has the stock turn markers on the front. He has just removed the plastics

I had said the back of the front fenders. When he flexes those 35's will possibly rub.

Of course being with the 2" body they may not.
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Old 03-10-2014, 11:38 PM   #19
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Yeah probably, but I do have plans on either metal cloaks or making my own flares. That will completely solve the problem. I can turn the wheel lock to lock and drive in a complete circle with now rub. Add a little flex in there and they will more than likely hit the back corner area you are talking about

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