|03-23-2012 04:53 PM|
Ta-Da. I think that covers everything.
Since that's how it works. Then you should get the sye/CV when you go up in the lift. Getting ahead of ourselves here. BL and MML on top of your 2" BB will fit 33" tires for now. You'll need to adjust your bumpstops though.
|03-23-2012 03:49 PM|
|03-23-2012 02:17 PM|
Ok. The body lift won't help you avoid a TC drop. The MML will. So do both at the same time. They both will work ontop of pretty much any lift you want. OME shocks would be better but they aren't your only option. Put the SYE on whenever and that can stay through the whole build also. I believe you can wait to get a CV shaft till you go to a larger lift. IF you decide you want bigger tires and want better axles ford 8.8 or D44. Look into those. I highly recommend you look into lockers.
The hard thing about a tummy tuck is most people have to buy everything for it when they want to do 1. If you already have an SYE, adjustable control arms, a body lift and new motor mounts. All you need is the skid plate.
|03-23-2012 12:19 PM|
[QUOTE=KidRock171;2172705]Get yourself some quality shocks to fit your BB better. QUOTE]
I installed the Rubicon Express 2" BB and it came with shocks.
So OME shocks would be better? I assume they would no one that I have ever read says anything negative about OME.
I want to do the BL to eliminate the TC drop and possibly do a MML
I suppose my initial question was how much of the above will need to come off when I switch to 3" or 4" lift?
Would the MML and BL stay or need to go?
I know the shocks and spacers would need to go
And it seems that getting an SYE and CV would be a good way to go
Not even sure about a tummy tuck, did some reading on that and it seems very difficult to do.
I suppose since I said all the cash, replacing the front and rear axles with stronger ones would also be good.
|03-23-2012 11:09 AM|
|03-23-2012 08:10 AM|
|03-23-2012 07:23 AM|
I have an X model Jeep so I am going to assume I have base line axles.
I am really leaning towards 3" with 33's
So many options and ways of getting the same results.
One more year and its paid off so then I can start loading it up with mods or at least the wife says I can
|03-23-2012 12:57 AM|
|DevilDogDoc||You never brought up lockers. This is JV, that is Savvy and that's what you run there.|
|03-22-2012 10:56 PM|
|03-22-2012 10:53 PM|
|03-22-2012 10:24 PM|
|03-22-2012 07:17 PM|
|03-22-2012 07:14 PM|
[QUOTE=KidRock171;2169413]If you have the money. A BB+ a BL/MML is a great start. You can fit 33's with proper bumpstops and back spacing. That will last a good 4 years. Then keep the BL take out BB add 4 inch lift and CV shaft. Assuming you have the right axles. Your good to go for 35" tires. (brake upgrades are optional)[/QUOTE]
Only if you don't care about stopping...
|03-22-2012 07:12 PM|
|03-22-2012 06:32 PM|
|jrussblues||I would recommend new shocks for increased travel and comfort over stock, however.|
|03-22-2012 05:17 PM|
|KidRock171||BL affects nothing with your suspension. So no. You don't need new shocks.|
|03-22-2012 04:38 PM|
|03-22-2012 04:24 PM|
|jrussblues||Kid rock just explained how I built my jeep, less the 35's. Those are a couple of months out.|
|03-22-2012 02:58 PM|
|KidRock171||And between the BB and 4" lift you can save up and buy a sick tummy tuck. I recommend the UCF super skinny or the savvy under armor. With that right there you can run 85-90% of jhonson valley rubicon or Moab trails.|
|03-22-2012 02:56 PM|
|KidRock171||If you have the money. A BB+ a BL/MML is a great start. You can fit 33's with proper bumpstops and back spacing. That will last a good 4 years. Then keep the BL take out BB add 4 inch lift and CV shaft. Assuming you have the right axles. Your good to go for 35" tires. (brake upgrades are optional)|
|03-22-2012 02:54 PM|
|03-22-2012 02:37 PM|
I don't think I really understand your question. So I wil try to translate what I think you are trying to ask....
You have a 2" BB now that you are happy with, but you want to start planning for for 3-4" lift in the future by correctly doing things in the right order? And while in the planning process, you don't want to spend money needlessly on parts that are not going to part of the future plan. Correct?
|03-22-2012 01:00 PM|
If you had all the cash
Would you do MML/BL with SYE
Did a 2" BB for now but in a couple of years thinking of 3-4" lift
I don't want to deal with a TC drop and have been reading about SYE's
Is there anything bad about any of this?