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03-07-2011 02:31 PM
RoughRide Here is a pick of my jeep now....35" tires 15" rims. Not really planning on changing them quite yet.
03-07-2011 02:29 PM
RoughRide
Lift.

Hey guys. I have a 1986 cj7. Of coarse it has leafs all the way around. It has a lift in it now but i think it might just be body. I want to add blocks to it. Can you give me any ideas on how. I would like to add like 2 inches. But even better if I could add 4 and get rid of 2inch body lift. ( I dont like the gap between frame and body) if any if you live in PA if you could give me the biggest street legal lift I could put one. I wouldnt mind doing that either. So just give me some ideas.

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