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05-08-2013 07:34 AM
98 tj sport
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Originally Posted by khall7 View Post
What would be the cost (In parts not including labor) to get a 2004 manual 4cyl on 4.10s ready to run 35's?
A lot, figure at least a grand for a rear axle, upgraded steering, which could be a lot or cheap, I went with the zj tierod set up and it ran me around 150 to replace all the steering, upgraded brakes, depending on ur lift, u may ha e to lift more, then the cost of regearing depending on if u can do it urself we kinda need more info on ur rig before we can give u a better idea, I think when I went from 33s to 35s it ran me around 2000-2500, that's for the rear axle, regearing, sye, driveshaft, rear locker, upgraded steering, and brakes,and the body lift I added to my 4in sl, o and that doesn't include tires, I traded my 33s to a guy for his 35 cuz they didn't fit under his truck.
05-07-2013 10:53 PM
TheDesertOutlaw
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Originally Posted by BlackTJ94 View Post
Would not recommend it. You would have to strengthen your axles and put on a lift depending on what you have now. Keep it nice and clean and run 33's
He is already running 33s. Axles and steering will definitely need attention. Ditch those Bushwacker flares. They cut about 2" of clearance from your equation. I'm thinking about trimming mine if I keep them. They rub when I'm disconnected and flexing - no bueno .

You probably shouldn't take your Jeep on a hard trail until your axles are reinforced and shafts upgraded. Don't forget to regear.
05-07-2013 10:46 PM
TheDesertOutlaw
Get out your wallet...This is in addition to my 4" lift.

Here is what I bought...



Yes, I bought the 1" Daystar body lift used!



1" Currie Motor Mount lift (installed in photo)



Rear swaybar links



New trackbar ($104 @ 4WheelParts!)




Tijuana Taxi wheel spacers ($20 down in Tijuana, Mexico)



Alignment job



The Jeep needed new brakes as well. I had them installed before leaving Mexico.

...almost forgot! 35" Tires!


05-07-2013 10:21 PM
BlackTJ94
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Originally Posted by khall7 View Post
What would be the cost (In parts not including labor) to get a 2004 manual 4cyl on 4.10s ready to run 35's?
Would not recommend it. You would have to strengthen your axles and put on a lift depending on what you have now. Strengthen your tie rods extend your break lines and the list goes on and on. On top of that, that's when problems start to happen. Keep it nice and clean and run 33's
05-07-2013 10:07 PM
Moabrubi Rule of thumb. Whatever you think it's going to cost, double it and there you go.

At least that was my experience.
05-07-2013 10:01 PM
khall7
Cost to get 04 Se ready for 35's

What would be the cost (In parts not including labor) to get a 2004 manual 4cyl on 4.10s ready to run 35's?

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