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12-22-2012 07:09 AM
Irongrave keep it SUA. SOA is way too much lift for 33s and if you get into the 35+ range its really time for new axles and such
12-22-2012 02:36 AM
Baseilinger
Yj soa or under for 33's

I like the 33's. trying to get a better ride from the shackle lift is all... I have a 2.5 emu leaf kit with a 2" BL & brake lines ready to instal I'm new to the jeep thing but I know once I soa I'm not stopping w just going 35's lol. My ? Is soa w no body lift or keep it under axle w a body lift. I'm running 33" 12.5 now and my clearance is fine for what trouble my winch can't get me out of. Thanks stoked to build my jeep for what I like to do!

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