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04-25-2012 06:00 PM
97flexy
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Pro comp is junk so is skyjacker. I hear a lot of people recommend zone.
agree'd stay away from rough country too
04-25-2012 05:40 PM
somis Pro comp is junk so is skyjacker. I hear a lot of people recommend zone.
04-25-2012 04:46 PM
97flexy here is a stock and 4" lifted jeep on a 36" RTI ramp so you can see what a 4" lift looks like and can do. the TJ with the 4" lift has a t-case drop and 33x12.5 BFG A/Ts
both jeeps RTI you tube video.m4v - YouTube
04-25-2012 03:07 PM
Lbailey21 If you want a better answer. Go look up some lift kits in your price range then come back or search the thread. If your limits $1000 then your lookin pretty damn good.
04-25-2012 02:53 PM
jeepwayoflife
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Originally Posted by Lbailey21

Or if u don't go offroad much and its your DD you can skip the sye and do a TC drop. Depends on what ur jeeps system is setup for
Totally forgot! Totally agree
04-25-2012 11:27 AM
Thuull
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Originally Posted by gplumer13 View Post
To be honest I'm not sure what I was looking to gain with 15x10s. I think I was just told to get bigger if I was eventually going get 33s. If I can run 15x8 on 33s tht works too.
Yup, you can, and probably want to.
04-25-2012 11:18 AM
gplumer13 To be honest I'm not sure what I was looking to gain with 15x10s. I think I was just told to get bigger if I was eventually going get 33s. If I can run 15x8 on 33s tht works too.
04-25-2012 09:17 AM
Lbailey21
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Originally Posted by jeepwayoflife
With a 4" lift you will also need a SYE, or slip yoke eleiminator. If you don't know what It is, it basically helps reduce the rear drive shaft angle after a lift kit is installed. I know some lift kits come with them, so it might be something to look for. Without them you would get pretty bad vibrations. You will also need a new rear driveshaft when you get the SYE. This stuff might be like idk $450-$600??? Others will know more, the previous owner put all my parts on. Best of luck!
Or if u don't go offroad much and its your DD you can skip the sye and do a TC drop. Depends on what ur jeeps system is setup for
04-25-2012 09:13 AM
jeepwayoflife With a 4" lift you will also need a SYE, or slip yoke eleiminator. If you don't know what It is, it basically helps reduce the rear drive shaft angle after a lift kit is installed. I know some lift kits come with them, so it might be something to look for. Without them you would get pretty bad vibrations. You will also need a new rear driveshaft when you get the SYE. This stuff might be like idk $450-$600??? Others will know more, the previous owner put all my parts on. Best of luck!
04-25-2012 09:09 AM
Thuull What are you specifically looking to gain by going with the 15x10's?
04-25-2012 08:45 AM
cadenas If your not doing anything crazy and want to save some cash go for the 4.25 lift kit offer by zone. That should run you around $500-550 depends on what up grades you want. It will do everything you need it for and more. As for the crager wheel I recommend 15x8 wheel. That will be good for your tire size and if you decide to go up in size
04-25-2012 08:28 AM
gplumer13
Need opinions for my TJ

Okay I've got a 98 TJ. I've finally saved enough money to hopefully buy me a lift kit. My jeep doesn't go off the road too much except the cornfield across the street. I'm mostly just going for the jeep look. I know to stay away from rough county and a few others. I'm thinking about super lift? Some one told me to research procomp lifts? What are some opinions. I'm hoping to go up 4inches. (trying to stay around $1,000)

Also another question about my wheels-
I current run 30.5s on 15x8.
I want to buy new cragar soft 8s 15x10.
Will my current tires fit on the new cragars? (I know it may look goofy, but I don't wanna get 33s till I need new tires next spring)

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