|11-01-2010 07:13 PM|
Good luck on gettin your rig fixed up.
|11-01-2010 03:26 PM|
@ 4Jeepn thanks for the info. id be goin with a rough country lift and last time i checked the 3" and 4" arent a big difference in price.
@YJ Jeep, nice lookin jeep you got there, and thanks for the picture.
|11-01-2010 02:26 PM|
|YJjeep||Heres my yj with 4in lift and 33" MT. I have more pictures but there on my home computer. Ill post them later tonight.|
|11-01-2010 12:59 PM|
|4Jeepn||4" is fine. I have that on mine. No control issues. for over 33's consider a rear axle upgrade such as a ford 8.8. Heck even with 33's consider that.|
|11-01-2010 12:25 PM|
yj with 4" or 3" lift kit on...?
i dont know much about lift kits or tires in general. i read up that the more lift you get, the harder it is to control. i really think a 4" lift would look good and be good when i go offroad, however for better control and still a nice look, should i go with a 3" lift?
as for looks and offroading ability and being more in control, i definitley want bigger tires than my stock tires. i was wanting to get either 33"s or 35"s.
i was wondering if anyone had pictures of a jeep yj with a 3" or 4" lift kit, with either 33" mudders an/or 35" tires on either. and if anyone has some information or advice or things of that nature just to help me get a better understanding on the topic id appreciate it. thanks