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06-13-2013 11:11 PM
Xpress
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Originally Posted by rykemc View Post
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And more pictures in my build thread as well.
06-13-2013 10:24 PM
rykemc
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Originally Posted by Dixie fix View Post
Love your build man!
Thank you very much. Was a lot of seat time and research went into that build.
06-13-2013 10:20 PM
Dixie fix
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Originally Posted by rykemc View Post
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And more pictures in my build thread as well.
Love your build man!
06-13-2013 11:31 AM
rykemc
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Originally Posted by Xpress View Post
Anyone rolling 35's with metalcloaks?

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And more pictures in my build thread as well.
06-13-2013 11:11 AM
Xpress Anyone rolling 35's with metalcloaks?
06-13-2013 10:16 AM
Squeeze 4 inch suspension and 2 inch BL on 35x12.5s ! Stock drive train :/
06-13-2013 10:01 AM
Registered Coonass 95 yj. SOA, 2" blocks, 3" body lift. 35" federal tires. In the process of going to 8.8 and 4:10 gears. Still doing research on lockers. Also about to order Monstaliner.



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06-13-2013 09:02 AM
JD95YJ I did have 35"s on mine but I downsized to 33"s until I can afford an axle swap and then I'm going to go SOA and back with 35"s.. I've already got 4.56 gears and locked in the front, just have to get the rear end right. (and also take off the 3" body lift the PO thought was a good idea) Anyways.. here she is now on 33"s

06-12-2013 05:02 PM
Dixie fix Took the plastic fender flares and steps off the jeep. Hopefully ordering the rear smittybuilt tube fenders Monday. I'm not sure on front flares, I love the looks over the meal cloak over overlands. I also painted the stock wheels for the time being. I'm liking the look I got going for now.
06-04-2013 07:48 AM
denisbaldwin I have 36s and am happy with them.
06-04-2013 02:33 AM
Dixie fix
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Originally Posted by Speedy4x4 View Post
Maybe for looks and road characteristics
With proper amount of lift and gearing road characteristics are a mute point. The tires are 2" larger that's 1" on each side. Not enough to change the aspect of driving down the road!

My 46's on my f150 drove better than my 36's and they were bias ply.
06-03-2013 10:43 AM
JACK3D
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Originally Posted by Dixie fix View Post
Why do you prefer the 33's
I bought it with the 35's. They rubbed like hell, and the Jeep was not geared low enough for them. Could barely go 60 MPH. Since I've dropped to 33's, my tires don't rub, I can easily go 70 MPH, and the ride quality is overall better.
06-02-2013 11:35 PM
Speedy4x4 Maybe for looks and road characteristics
06-02-2013 10:43 PM
Dixie fix
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Originally Posted by JACK3D View Post
Here's mine with 35's mud terrains (when it was red) and 33 all terrains now (Black). I like the 33's much better than the 35's. I've got 4 inches of lift. As you can see, I've pretty much done a complete cosmetic makeover since I bought it. Personally I hated the red.
Why do you prefer the 33's
05-31-2013 10:34 AM
JACK3D Here's mine with 35's mud terrains (when it was red) and 33 all terrains now (Black). I like the 33's much better than the 35's. I've got 4 inches of lift. As you can see, I've pretty much done a complete cosmetic makeover since I bought it. Personally I hated the red.
05-28-2013 08:11 PM
daddyjeep
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Originally Posted by Dixie fix View Post
Daddyjeep I'm liking the low look you got going on. But I think I'm gonna go just a tad taller than that! Are those 35x12.5's? And what's the specs of your wheels
35 x 12.50 on 15 x 10 wheels
05-28-2013 03:10 PM
yjmcb Here are 2 plcs of my 87.The first is with 33's and the second is with 35's.SOA w/one aal and 4.56 gears.[IMG][/IMG],[IMG][/IMG]
05-28-2013 02:33 PM
Dixie fix Daddyjeep I'm liking the low look you got going on. But I think I'm gonna go just a tad taller than that! Are those 35x12.5's? And what's the specs of your wheels
05-27-2013 10:15 PM
daddyjeep Total of 4" of SUA lift with 35's. It needed a little trimming in the rear, I bent in the quarter panel a bit. I loved the way if drove both on and off road with this set up. I only drove it on the road once like this before I tore it down for a slightly more "custom" build, bit it handled much better than it did before with the 31's.

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05-27-2013 06:53 PM
Speedy4x4
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Originally Posted by OverkillYJ View Post
Yeah. You guys are thinking of traction bars which are different then track bars. Traction bars are anti wrap to stop you from destroying the rear springs.
Also helps with wheel hop which helps save your rear axle
05-27-2013 06:45 PM
OverkillYJ Yeah. You guys are thinking of traction bars which are different then track bars. Traction bars are anti wrap to stop you from destroying the rear springs.
05-27-2013 06:08 PM
Dixie fix
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Originally Posted by rykemc View Post
35's on 4.5 lift. 4.6/AX15 and 4.56 gears. Perfect setup for me and my jeep. I'll post pictures tomorrow or you can look through my build thread if you want.
Thanks bud looking though it now!
05-27-2013 06:04 PM
rykemc 35's on 4.5 lift. 4.6/AX15 and 4.56 gears. Perfect setup for me and my jeep. I'll post pictures tomorrow or you can look through my build thread if you want.
05-27-2013 05:48 PM
wrangleryj90
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Originally Posted by YJ fanatic View Post

I meant Trac bar like an anti-wrap bar. I thought they were called Trac or traction bars too, but I'm not totally sure.
Yea I realized after I said that what you meant lol I am setting up to do soa this next few months just parked my jeep while parts start to come in
05-27-2013 05:19 PM
Dixie fix Here's some stock jeep porn for y'all!

I covered my door handles with paracord looks good.



05-27-2013 05:02 PM
YJ fanatic
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Originally Posted by wrangleryj90 View Post
I thought you still don't need a track bar with soa I might be wrong tho
I meant Trac bar like an anti-wrap bar. I thought they were called Trac or traction bars too, but I'm not totally sure.
05-27-2013 05:00 PM
Jeep_Gypsy Here's mine, its my DD. SUA 4 in lift, 1.5 shackles, 1 in body.
05-27-2013 04:59 PM
wrangleryj90
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Originally Posted by YJ fanatic View Post
Mine is my dd too. For a dd, I wouldn't change anything. It's great on and off road. And since It's SUA, I don't have to mess with a Trac-bar or anything. If it was off-road only, I'd go SOA. Just because they flex more.
I thought you still don't need a track bar with soa I might be wrong tho
05-27-2013 04:45 PM
YJ fanatic Mine is my dd too. For a dd, I wouldn't change anything. It's great on and off road. And since It's SUA, I don't have to mess with a Trac-bar or anything. If it was off-road only, I'd go SOA. Just because they flex more.
05-27-2013 02:21 PM
Dixie fix Cool thanks, thanks of the help!
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