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05-09-2013 09:57 PM
JK IM TJ build up

So I figured I'd start this in a simple way. Got the Jeep in 03 with not even 3 miles on it. Had more options then I realized till later, yet came with the baby 215's.

Down the road I did a Zone off road BB (2009) and was okay with it, till my front springs started to sag(2012). I decided I needed to start clean on the Jeep. I ended up going with the OME 2.5" HD springs and a JKS 1.25 (in prep for a tummy tuck) Put on the Brown Dog off road 1" rubber motor mounts.

Also I added Metalcloak front arched fenders, as well as rear comp cut plates. With that all done, I jumped from the worn out 31's (60k on KM2's) to 33x10.50.

Now I'm kind of stumped when it comes to gearing. I'm running 3.73 but would like to get 4.88's, but don't know what to order.

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