|11-30-2012 07:03 PM|
|tallzdatank||winch first, and if you want to do bumpers, thats the best time so you don't have to reinstall the winch later. after the winch do your lift and tires.|
|11-30-2012 06:26 PM|
Promotion = mods!!!
So the promotion I have been waiting on since April went through today. It is going to be a couple months before I can really start spending money on the Ol' girl (there are a couple repair/maintenance items that need to be taken care of first) and now I can't decide what to do first. She is all stock except for a Zone steering stabilizer. I'm thinking I'll do the suspension first, then tires/wheels, skids, and some new bumpers. The possibilities are endless, really. Any suggestions?
I'm looking for 3" of suspension lift with body and mm lifts in order to run 33" tires. I'm moving to the Houston area for my next assignment, so I don't know what kind off 4-wheel terrain I will be in. I'm thinking a mix of mud and rocks.
As a buddy of mine said recently, I'm as happy as a tick on a blood hound!