|05-18-2010 07:53 PM|
|drivebytruckerz||I fit 31X10.50's with no lift and new Superlift shocks on stock wheels on my 2000 Sport.|
|05-18-2010 07:46 PM|
If you want to cut down on side-to-side headshaking stuff, disconnect the front swaybar when off pavement and let the axle move along the ground independently of the vehicle, instead of shaking you and the vehicle, too. JKS Quicker Disconnects get my vote.
Better/different shocks will also help. Bilstein HD shocks (the Yellow and Blue ones) were a nice upgrade from my stockers when that time came.
The 3/4" spacers will give you...3/4" of lift, though, if you care for that.
|05-15-2010 07:23 PM|
Just a little lift?
O.k got my 30x9.5015's on yesterday with the 4.75" backspaced 15x8" wheels and might i say it looks so much better. Now i was checking some stuff out online and i came across a set of energy-suspension 3/4" coil spring insulators and i thought huh! Would these help as far as keeping my jeep from rocking side to side on say a rough road?