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09-29-2005 11:47 PM
khenderson 4Jeepn had the great idea of joinin a club and riding with guys there. we've got some great 4x4 clubs here in tenn depending on where you're at.

oh.....and welcome aboard. don't be shy to ask anything. we'll do all we can to help out and make your life with your new jeep a financial nightmare!!! just kidding, you're gonna love it, even though its a sickness at times!
09-29-2005 11:10 AM
jeeperman
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Originally Posted by bonzo
Hello I am from the great state of TN and I have just purchased a 03 TJ Wrangler. I am looking forward to lifting it and getting some 33" tires on it. Hopefully with your guys help I will get the best kit out there. I can't wait to get started. I have already posted my first question in the General Disscussion forum. Please let me know which kit is the best riding!
With a TJ, a lot of the kits are going to give a similar ride because they all use coil springs, so shocks are very important if you are looking for a good ride. If you are looking to put 33" tires on you rig, you will only need 3-4" of lift. The best riding kits are Long-Arm (L.A.) kits because they keep the control arms the most level, so less impact is transferred to the frame when you hit a bump in the road/trail. The L.A. kits are also the most expensive and most involved of course... So what type of 'wheeling are you planning on doing? (Mud, rocks, sand?) Well, hope this gave you at least something to think about, or at least enough information to ask more questions!
09-29-2005 09:34 AM
bonzo
Hi! Can someone boost me off?

Hello I am from the great state of TN and I have just purchased a 03 TJ Wrangler. I am looking forward to lifting it and getting some 33" tires on it. Hopefully with your guys help I will get the best kit out there. I can't wait to get started. I have already posted my first question in the General Disscussion forum. Please let me know which kit is the best riding!

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