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  1. cavediverjc
    No problem. Send me a PM (so it's private) with your e-mail address and I'll send you a bunch of shots of the Jeep. I have an account with Photobucket (same user name) if you'd rather do that, but you'll have to wade through a ton of pics to find the Jeep shots.
  2. Jeepzcb09
    hey man could you send me some pics of your jeep, preferably driveway shots or spomething so i can see how it will stand on flat ground not flexing or anything, thanks!!!
  3. cavediverjc
    I think a motor mount lift is always a good idea. Especially when running a 1" body lift. It'll put the fan shroud back on the fan, instead of relocated 1". It won't make vibes by itself....it'll only fix them if there are any present, so MMLs are good insurance. And they're cheap. I paid less than $50 shipped for my JKS MML spacers off eBay. My setup allows me to run 35" tires, but I only run 33's. That allows me to really flex that suspension without anything binding or my tires chewing up my flares. Hope this helps.
  4. Jeepzcb09
    ok so do you thjink i could get by without the MML and no vibbs or should i get that aswell?
  5. cavediverjc
    I'm running a 4.25" suspension lift by Full Traction. It's listed as a 3" lift, but it measured out at 4.25" of lift. I put that lift on this Jeep 2 years ago and it hasn't sagged AT ALL. (I also have a 9k pound Warn winch and the front hasn't sagged a bit.) I'm also running a 1" Performance Accessories body lift. I avoided having to put on an SYE/CV DS combo by adding a transfer case shifter relocator and a JKS 1" motor mount lift to help with the driveline angles. There are NO vibes in this setup.
    The lift came with a new adjustable front track bar. I'm happy with it. It's beefy and hasn't yet come out of adjustment and I wheel it pretty hard. The rear has a trackbar relocator bracket. It's also pretty beefy. I'm also running Old Man Emu Long Travel shocks, so that makes a big difference. They're expensive, but worth every penny. My Jeep rides lightyears better than it did when it was all stock. The lift flexes like mad.
  6. Jeepzcb09
    hey man you said you were running a 5.25in lift,correct? I assume 4in suspension and 1.25in BL. But how do you like it, i personally like a 5.25in lift on 33's or 35's but i will run 33's. Do you have an adjustable track bar(either front or rear or both)? What lift do you have? Do you have a SYE and CV or just a T-case drop? The T-case drop will have to last untill i can get a SYE, but if there is the problums with the T-case drop i probubly wont replace it lol!!

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