|08-21-2006 12:57 PM|
|mrbigjeep||i'm pretty positive that you have a 3 inch lift because i put 32's on also with no lift and it was 18" before (with stock tires) from the rocker panel to the ground and then when i put the 32's on it went up to 19 1/2" so since you also have 32's and yours is 22 1/2" then with the same size tires yours measures 3" over mine...so you have a 3" lift...get it?? if we both had 32's with no lift then it would be 19 1/2" and yours is 3" over a stock tj with stock suspension with the same size tires (so tire size isn't a factor) so you must have a 3" lift|
|08-21-2006 10:36 AM|
|TJeffro||Ok i measured the height of the body at the bottom of the passenger side panel just below the passesnger door. the height was 22 1/2". its a 99. my tires are 265/75/r15. anyone know what lift height my jeep is sitting? thanks!|
|08-19-2006 08:12 AM|
|mrbigjeep||yeah let us know cause i did some stock measurements earlier before i put new tires on|
|08-19-2006 05:19 AM|
|08-18-2006 11:14 PM|
|TJeffro||oh and as for the lift height, i would need a measurement from an axle or something, one that would not include the height of the tire... does that make sense? any info is great! thanks!|
|08-18-2006 11:11 PM|
the belt is fairly new. thats one of the reason i recognized the care the previous owner took. it has a little play, but not a whole lot... i gave it a tug, and it pulled and turned a little, but not enough to say. "wow thats a lot of play"...
would a little lube on the pulleys be a good idea? the entire jeep must have sat for a little while, eveything seemed to be stiff on the jeep when i bought it, and the silicone spray and 3 in 1 has gone a long way. i have never oiled the idler pulleys... i dont even know if thats a good idea... any thoughts?
|08-18-2006 05:35 PM|
|spdkilz02||or it may even be the idler pulley that keeps tension on the belt. even the belt itself is drying out and that is what is making the noise.|
|08-18-2006 04:45 PM|
|hardy1531||make sure the belt is taught (sp?) but not too tight. if it has any play in it that is bad.|
|08-17-2006 10:23 PM|
|TJeffro||thanks 4Jeepn... i will measure tomorrow, just to get an idea... as for the screech, what would i be looking for in the serpantine belt adjustment?|
|08-17-2006 01:35 PM|
Bone stock 97 TJ with 30" tires is @18.5" at the bottom of the body just behind the front driver's side body flare. The little one.
As for the sounds in the morning.. check your serpintine belt might need adjustment.
|08-17-2006 12:43 PM|
measuring lift height...
I was wondering how much lift I had on the TJ I just bought. What is the easiest way to measure the height? I would also need the stock measurements for a TJ (mine is a 99). If anyone could help me on this, I would greatly appreciate it!
Also, currently I believe I have close to 32" tires on my Jeep and have a 4 banger inside. I have plenty of power going up hills, and it seems to have no trouble turning those tires. Does that sound like it could have been re-geared? The previous owner knew what he was doing (installed on-board air, the lift, etc...). Would there be a label somewhere on the diff that I would be able to check? Would I have to pull the diff covers? Thanks for the help...
One more thing... Upon startup in the mornings, I get a quick and relatively loud screech, sort of like a power steering screech. The fluid levels were just refilled and look fine... any ideas? Thank you much!