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  1. NoTrailRequired
    Hey kjeeper10,
    so I see you are running a 4inch lift. i have recently purchased a zone 4inch lift (Coil springs,front adjustable track bar,rear track bar relocation bracket,front and rear shocks) I plan on running 35s and was wondering if you might be willing to share what all you have done to your jeep to make your 4"lift work best for you. I want to do this right the first time and not keep going back to my suspension. Now I know I am a long way from finished, but it's a start and i thought it was as good a place to start as any?? newb..
  3. Msetexas
    11-18-2014 02:19 PM

    I've read quite a bit of your posts regarding the Rancho Lower Control Arm Relocation brackets and really appreciate your perspective. Am I correct that a lift which includes adjustable lower control arms would not require (or even be able to use) the relocation brackets? In essence, it is a question of stock lower control arms with the brackets or new lower control arms? As a frame of reference, I am designing a system that will include 34" or 35" tires on a '15 JKU with a 2.5" lift.

    Thanks in advance!
  4. Cyrojeep
    08-19-2014 08:22 PM
    Hi kjeeper10,

    Thank you for your posts about lifting. I have a 2014JKUR and I am planning to install metal bumpers with a winch on the front. To avoid sag from the extra weight, I was thinking of installing these so-called 1" lift spacers. Are these a gimmick or will this work safely? I also plan on following the advice of others and installing the Grade 8 Bolt Kit. Thank you very much.
  5. Stormtrooper.nb
    Hi. Pm Sent. Thanks! - Mike
  6. kjeeper10
    Hey man, Rancho's rebate is ending real soon. June 30
    4 shocks for $250 ish .. Can't be it or the ride IMO.
  7. gluestick
    Hey Ken, how ya been? I hope ok. One of my rubi take off shocks is done and I am thinking I should just replace all 4 with new/newish for a 2-3" lift and ditch the shock extensions. Seen any great deals on classifieds? Anything you recommend staying away from? Looking for similar ride quality to rubi take off, looking to keep it inexpensive.
  8. Creatrix98
  9. sandyman
    05-14-2014 03:05 PM
    Hello. I am seeking your advice. I have a 2014 wrangler unlimited. I will Never off road it but I want bigger tires without a lift or any component alteration. What brand tire will give me the best offroad look with the comfort and reasonable quietness of stock. Also what size tires are needed. I don't mind putting on a BB but I don't want any ongoing maintenance to do or risk any damage. I have put GY durmax 315/75/16 on and even with 32 PSI they are noisy and rough. They do have about 30% wear which helps some. I also don't understand why 295's seem to be an oddball size that no one talks about. Theat size seems perfect to a novice like me. Can you help or do you need more info from me. Thank you so much for all the help you provide. I enjoy your post. Sandy
  10. MiJeepguy
    Hey I was wondering if youd be willing to trade any stock tires and rims for a 2007 jk sahara for some large aftermarket tires and rims, that is if you have any laying around. My girlfriend bought a lifted jeep and doesnt feel comfortable driving it so were looking to get it back to stock. If you know anyone who might be interested or if you are into talking about a possible trade please let me know. We dont know what kind of lift kit is on there but the tires are Courser 121/118r and i can get anymore info you would like. Thanks for reading.

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