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08-13-2009 09:46 AM
Schmo
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Originally Posted by islandmonkey View Post
Hello guys. Since I got this Jeep, I am still trying to figure out what has been done to it. So far I know its got 3" body lift to fit 33" tires, 15" rims (what is the advantage of having smaller diameter rims? More rubber?)


Anyways... I took more pictures, and here there are, I wonder if the shocks are stock or not. I took a picture of this round thing under the front bumper, I ve never seen in other Jeep before, maybe you guys help me identify it too.

Thank you
The smaller diameter wheel gives you more of a side wall which will help when you air down to get more traction. For pure on-road performance, a larger diameter rim is probably better. Shocks look aftermarket . . . the rest looks stock to me. Lots of guys throw a steering box cover on to protect the steering box in the rocks...this might be why yours looks different.
08-13-2009 09:43 AM
distortedtj windows paint.....pretty sure it comes with every computer??? I think.

Just open the picture in it and use the paint brush to circle it.
08-13-2009 09:39 AM
islandmonkey Yes thank you.
Can you please tell me what photo editing program you used to circle the pic.? I am looking for a program for it.
Thanks

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Originally Posted by distortedtj View Post
Yes the shocks have been changed out. Look like monroe stocks.

Are you talking about the "round thing" I circled here????



If so it is the steering gear box. And it is on every jeep.
08-13-2009 09:37 AM
islandmonkey Some more
08-13-2009 09:28 AM
distortedtj Everything else "besides the body lift" is stock under there.
08-13-2009 09:26 AM
distortedtj Yes the shocks have been changed out. Look like monroe stocks.

Are you talking about the "round thing" I circled here????



If so it is the steering gear box. And it is on every jeep.
08-13-2009 09:23 AM
Jeepn13 Just from the shock pic, they are aftermarket. I want to say sensatrac is a brand that Monroe shops use pretty regularly. As far as under the front bumper, that "round thing" is your power steering box. Hope this helps
08-13-2009 09:23 AM
islandmonkey
more photos

Here are more photos
08-13-2009 08:52 AM
islandmonkey
Still trying to figure out my Jeep

Hello guys. Since I got this Jeep, I am still trying to figure out what has been done to it. So far I know its got 3" body lift to fit 33" tires, 15" rims (what is the advantage of having smaller diameter rims? More rubber?)


Anyways... I took more pictures, and here there are, I wonder if the shocks are stock or not. I took a picture of this round thing under the front bumper, I ve never seen in other Jeep before, maybe you guys help me identify it too.

Thank you

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