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12-17-2011 01:59 AM
Djstorm100
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Originally Posted by prowler9 View Post
I ment new shocks lol sorry. . Was talking to a customer while typing that. . . I would love to come but the only day I have off is Tuesday and that's when I am installing. .
Teraflex shock are longer stock valve body shock but longer than stock of you go high than 2.5 and you want to replace shock get the bilstein or teraflex. If you have any questions pm me
12-16-2011 11:42 PM
prowler9 I ment new shocks lol sorry. . Was talking to a customer while typing that. . . I would love to come but the only day I have off is Tuesday and that's when I am installing. .
12-16-2011 11:56 AM
ESP
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Originally Posted by prowler9 View Post
I just picked up my lift the other day. . . Same one but with the coils. . . I can't wait to get installed. .
The lift I installed in this thread was the coil lift. Good luck on your install, come out with us this weekend if you can. There are several groups getting together Saturday and Sunday. More info http://www.wranglerforum.com/f23/tra...-55993-61.html
12-16-2011 11:19 AM
prowler9 I just picked up my lift the other day. . . Same one but with the coils. . . I can't wait to get installed. .
11-13-2011 01:36 PM
damitjim Good to know. Thankfully I'm getting new wheels and tires at the same time, so everything should be in balance. Had to change my choice of wheels. Called Pro Comp and they advised the wheels I want won't be made until at least the 1st week of Feb 2012, meanwhile, all my parts are collecting dust at my local 4WheelParts store. Changed to the Mickey Thompson Classic II's in black. They'll be here end of next week!
11-13-2011 08:58 AM
ESP Update.

Notice some vibration in the steering wheel shortly after installing lift and rotating tires. Was small and mostly when accelerating but seemed to be getting worse. Like a small shake in the wheel from left to right and the gear shift (manual) would move from left to right while driving sometimes too. Took it to have all tires balanced. Three tires were out of spec and needed to returned to zero. Drives MUCH better now and the steering wheel does not vibrate.
11-11-2011 08:23 PM
ESP
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Originally Posted by damitjim View Post
Easy to do? How long did it take?
About 2 hrs.
11-11-2011 08:10 PM
damitjim Easy to do? How long did it take?
11-07-2011 09:01 PM
ESP Here are some pics.




11-07-2011 12:08 PM
ESP Track bars went on Saturday and it's a noticeable improvement. The steering is tighter and the Jeep seems to track better driving in a straight line. I don't have as much as loose feeling like before but I still have a small vibration from time to time on the interstate at higher speeds. This is mostly noticeable when getting up to speed on the highway but once there it seems to go away. Axles did get centered both front and rear, looks better now.
11-02-2011 08:46 PM
ESP
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Originally Posted by damitjim View Post
Trackbars on yet?
Asking all around me who can help with the install. Hopefully it can get done this weekend.
11-01-2011 09:41 PM
ESP Pics and an update will be up soon. Just got to get it all put together.
10-30-2011 09:42 AM
LuPac ESP, how difficult was the install and how long did it take?
10-30-2011 09:31 AM
damitjim Trackbars on yet?
10-29-2011 02:58 PM
ESP
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Originally Posted by prowler9 View Post
This makes me want to order this now!
Do it but be prepared for your new JK. You will admire it with un known amounts of love and respect each time you come out to see it or when parking it in public.
10-28-2011 11:32 PM
prowler9 This makes me want to order this now!
10-28-2011 09:59 PM
damitjim
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Originally Posted by ESP123 View Post
That's quite a combo. Is it going on a 2 or 4 door?
'09 4 door JK
10-28-2011 09:22 PM
ESP
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Originally Posted by damitjim View Post
I'm heading up to 4 Wheel Parts on 70 in the morning, ordering my Teraflex 2.5 coil lift, 35" Duratracs and the procomp 17x9 8069. Can't wait to get it on


That's quite a combo. Is it going on a 2 or 4 door?
10-28-2011 09:17 PM
damitjim I'm heading up to 4 Wheel Parts on 70 in the morning, ordering my Teraflex 2.5 coil lift, 35" Duratracs and the procomp 17x9 8069. Can't wait to get it on


10-28-2011 08:23 PM
ESP
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Originally Posted by MTH View Post
For real. It'd weigh less than the stock tire set up, have less "rotational mass" (thanks DJ ), and be more than an inch taller and two and a half inches wider. Crazy.
I can practically hear the gears turning in your head from here.
10-28-2011 08:20 PM
MTH
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Originally Posted by ESP123

I'm telling ya..they are a righteous combo.

Thanks for clarifying DJ.
For real. It'd weigh less than the stock tire set up, have less "rotational mass" (thanks DJ ), and be more than an inch taller and two and a half inches wider. Crazy.
10-28-2011 08:13 PM
ESP
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Originally Posted by MTH View Post
Well boys, DTD just confirmed the fit and also explained the almost etheral lightness of the 33x12.5x15 Duratrac versus the 16" size:
I'm telling ya..they are a righteous combo.

Thanks for clarifying DJ.
10-28-2011 07:26 PM
MTH
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Originally Posted by Djstorm100

Its not really the pounds that get you when going from 15 to a 16. It's the un-sprung weight aka rotation mass. This is what makes or breaks MPG and performance. Example is on drag cars we ran 15' rim, sometimes a 14' if we could safely do it. Then run a 165 front tire This was to make the rotation mass less as possible while also having less rotational friction.

Example
15" weight is 15 pounds
16" weight is 12 pounds.

Tire weight = same

The 15's will perform better as its less rotating mass (surface area/volume).

The black rocks from what I've been told and see works. The offset is going to be 19mm for any 3.75 BS that is a 8 inch rim.

and here's why
Interesting . . . Them 15s are looking better all the time.
10-28-2011 07:04 PM
MTH Well boys, DTD just confirmed the fit and also explained the almost etheral lightness of the 33x12.5x15 Duratrac versus the 16" size:

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Originally Posted by Discount Tire
Right on! You'll love the way your jeep is going to look.

The D-window Alloy will clear the Jk brakes in 15" but the D-Window steel option won't.

Yes the weights are pretty accurate. The 33x12.50R15 is a "C" rated (6 ply rated) tire and the 285/75R16 is an "E" rated (10ply rated) tire.

Generally speaking, the heavier the ply the heavier the tire.

-Travis
Might be convinced on those Black Rocks . . .
10-28-2011 05:38 PM
Djstorm100
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Originally Posted by ESP123 View Post
I know and trust me, I feel your pain. I went through the tire/wheel circus a few times

The thing to remember about the similarities between the weight of the tires you mentioned above for 16" vs 15" wheels is that even though the tire may be close in weight for both, your still getting less weight from a 15" wheel vs the 16" regardless of the tire.

Every pound counts.
Its not really the pounds that get you when going from 15 to a 16. It's the un-sprung weight aka rotation mass. This is what makes or breaks MPG and performance. Example is on drag cars we ran 15' rim, sometimes a 14' if we could safely do it. Then run a 165 front tire This was to make the rotation mass less as possible while also having less rotational friction.

Example
15" weight is 15 pounds
16" weight is 12 pounds.

Tire weight = same

The 15's will perform better as its less rotating mass (surface area/volume).

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Originally Posted by MTH View Post
I just PMed DTD about the Black Rocks. If they don't know, I'll need to do some legwork to see if I can find out if the numbers are precisely the same. Even still, isn't it sort of crapshoot? If the MB72s had an extra beadline around the interior they basically wouldn't fit, right? Even though the numbers would all stay the same?

The black rocks from what I've been told and see works. The offset is going to be 19mm for any 3.75 BS that is a 8 inch rim.

and here's why


10-28-2011 05:26 PM
El Tiburon
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Originally Posted by ESP123 View Post
Have you done this? Thanks for the encouragement. I've been a bit nervous about it but I'm thinking I can do it properly. I guess my concern is how to measure accurately and get both axles lined up to be 100% lateral. Any tips?

Yup did it in my drive way. Measure from the chassis to the outer edge of the tire, making sure measure from the same spots on both sides. the longer of the 2 lengths is divided by half and that is how much you have to go the other way. Use a ratchet strap, one end attached to the chassis and one to the diff to pull the diff. Once even on both sides, tighten and torque to 125 fps. Good luck, you'll be surprised at how simple.
10-28-2011 05:12 PM
ESP
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Originally Posted by El Tiburon View Post
Looks good

Good luck with the track bars install, you will be surprised at how easy it is. Key is to do it on flat level ground and torque th bolts to 125 foot lbs.
Have you done this? Thanks for the encouragement. I've been a bit nervous about it but I'm thinking I can do it properly. I guess my concern is how to measure accurately and get both axles lined up to be 100% lateral. Any tips?
10-28-2011 05:08 PM
El Tiburon Looks good

Good luck with the track bars install, you will be surprised at how easy it is. Key is to do it on flat level ground and torque th bolts to 125 foot lbs.
10-28-2011 05:03 PM
ESP
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Originally Posted by MTH View Post
But not all as lightweight as your DuraTracs. If TireRack's website is accurate, the Kumho KL71s for example are 60 lbs in 285/75/16 and 57 lbs in 33x12.5x15. Pretty similar.

By contrast, the DuraTracs are some of the only ones I've seen lose TEN POUNDS going from 285/75/16 (32.8x11.2x16) to 33x12.5x15. It's crazy.
I know and trust me, I feel your pain. I went through the tire/wheel circus a few times

The thing to remember about the similarities between the weight of the tires you mentioned above for 16" vs 15" wheels is that even though the tire may be close in weight for both, your still getting less weight from a 15" wheel vs the 16" regardless of the tire.

Every pound counts.
10-28-2011 04:41 PM
MTH
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Originally Posted by ESP123 View Post
Also if it does fit, you'll have about 15-20 different sets of 33" tires to go with on those ranging 32.5-33
But not all as lightweight as your DuraTracs. If TireRack's website is accurate, the Kumho KL71s for example are 60 lbs in 285/75/16 and 57 lbs in 33x12.5x15. Pretty similar.

By contrast, the DuraTracs are some of the only ones I've seen lose TEN POUNDS going from 285/75/16 (32.8x11.2x16) to 33x12.5x15. It's crazy.
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