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03-14-2011 04:58 PM
lancetkenyon Does not help with "flopping". That is taken care of with full width axles, less backspacing on the wheels, etc. (wider stance).

WB stretch helps when getting vertical, like big waterfalls. Also helps ride quality on the road too.

A stock WB TJ is 93.6". Going out 10" in the rear makes a LOT more climbs possible and comfortable.
03-13-2011 11:09 PM
JeepDipper never mind guy/gals answered my own question but if yall what to tell me more about it and stuff let me know i guess im a newbe when it comes to this stuff and drive line stuff but im learning WF has alot of stuff to learn but if yall would like to read what i am ill put a link up

Why Stretch?
03-13-2011 10:53 PM
stretch kit ?'s

Can some jeepers help me out with this question.
I understand stretch kits stretch your wheel base how ever many inchs you want it to be. So you wont flop as easy. But i have no clue what it supposed to help with maybe center of gravity like i said guys/gals i have no clue. What it actully does. Im wanting to get one some day but i think it s somthing i should know about before i get one on my rig.So thanks in advance.


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