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04-02-2012 10:57 PM
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Originally Posted by Irongrave View Post
you wont get a true pre runner suspension for a grand, lucky if you can get a pair or coil overs and air bumps for that.

I'm personally a fan of keeping it low for a grand you can run some banging hi line fenders and run 35s with no lift.

Sinister High Line tube Fenders W/ No Flare

Sinister TJ rear highline tube flare (bolt on)
He can't get a proper suspension under it for $1k but he can run 35's for the same sum? You'd be correct if there wasn't more to running big tires than just fitting them.

If your budget is $1k, I'd cover the basics first--tie rod, oil pan skid, steering box skid. With the remainder, a high clearance belly skid and some good tires should cover you for a while. Don't even bother modifying the suspension until you've got the more important areas taken care of and until you can do what you want to do without compromising.
04-02-2012 10:13 PM
Irongrave they have flair options on there i just linked the flairless version. I think you can get front and rear for just over $1000. and there are other options, Metal cloak, Poison, Genright rokmen, TNT
04-02-2012 10:01 PM
crazywrangler idaho has fender law :/ i have to get flares
04-02-2012 09:45 PM
crazywrangler I also worried about hitting small bumps at a high speed and loosing control. hmm.... I didn't think about getting different fenders though.
04-02-2012 09:41 PM
Irongrave you wont get a true pre runner suspension for a grand, lucky if you can get a pair or coil overs and air bumps for that.

I'm personally a fan of keeping it low for a grand you can run some banging hi line fenders and run 35s with no lift.

Sinister High Line tube Fenders W/ No Flare

Sinister TJ rear highline tube flare (bolt on)
04-02-2012 09:38 PM
crazywrangler my budget is $1000. A big enough lift to put 33s under. I have a 4.0 and its a manual.
04-02-2012 09:10 PM
TnDz TJ ok... whats your budget? How much lift do you want? What size tires do you want? What engine do you have? Auto or stick?
04-02-2012 08:34 PM
crazywrangler
Pre Runner or Best suspension

okay, so I just got my 1999 jeep wrangler sport about a week ago. It is completely stock. I am headed up to Priest Lake Northern Idaho for the summer to work. I really want to get my suspension upgraded before I move. I want a suspension that will do great on roads but will also do the weekend trips. I like the pre-runner style because I will mostly be on old logging roads or trails. But I am a college student and cant afford the 2k for that upgrade. Any suggestions on what I should get for a cheaper price?

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