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05-16-2007 10:24 PM
Triple88a Thanks Dirk I'll possibly go the cheaper route.. I dont wheel for now (limited time and knowlege of locations) Maybe when i join my local club.. 20ish miles away lol i will rethink before i do/buy anything.
05-16-2007 09:12 PM
tiger22 here's a couple pics of a 2.25 bb doing a little "urban wheeling"...





05-15-2007 01:45 PM
MOz
Virtual Lift.....

I just bought the following parts today:

- 3.5" Rubicon Expess Super Flex Lift
- Rubicon Express Monoshock Kit
- Super Swamper TSL Radials 33" x 10.5" R15 w/ stock 5 star rims.
- Rugged ridge SRC rear bumper

I started with the Rugged Ridge SRC front bumper and Milemarker 9500 winch a couple of months ago..... I've been chomping at the bit to lift it every day since so here we go.....

I'll drop in the pics when I'm finished in a couple of weeks.
05-15-2007 01:20 PM
erickpl Dirk sold me the basic kit, but I've added the stuff to essentially have an ultimate kit.

My TJ got about 3.25" from what I had previously. I'll admit I probably had some old springs with some fatigue to them. I have the 2.5L, manual, and soft top, but have since added quite a bit of armor along with that suspension and BL/MML.
05-15-2007 11:48 AM
Dirk
Quote:
Originally Posted by Triple88a View Post
Just wondering Dirk how high do those lift kits sit? Many places say the cheapest kit is 2" other say its 2.5.. which is it.. how about the next level up? 3.5"-4"?
Our basic OME kits sit anywhere from appx 2-3". It just depends on which coils we choose and also how heavy your jeep is.
We probably use a broader range of OME (and our TG coils) than any other OME dealer I know of. We can make your jeep sit at just about any height you want and/or with any ride & handling characteristics desired.

Our Ultimate kits tend to sit in that 3.5" to 4" range of overall lift. We're still using a 2-3" coil and adding a 1.25" BL, which has MANY benefits...
05-14-2007 11:16 PM
Triple88a i noticed it in the bottom of the page.. similar thread section...
05-14-2007 11:03 PM
binaryking Yeah, it was in the new posts section, so without looking, I just went to town.
05-14-2007 10:58 PM
Scout Yeah but it is a healthy little thread isn't it?
05-14-2007 10:55 PM
1BLKJP Holy digging up an old thread batman.
05-14-2007 10:45 PM
binaryking


2.5" skyjacker coils and shocks
1" body lift
Rusty's Control Arms
Rusty's Steering Stabilizer
33x12.5x15 BFG Mud Terrains on 15x10 Pro Comp Xtreme Alloy w/ beadlocks
6 inch Bushwacker Pocket Flares

Also I just realized that this thread is very old and I am retarded. Please disregard.
05-14-2007 10:39 PM
Triple88a ya you can call me da grave digger lol

Just wondering Dirk how high do those lift kits sit? Many places say the cheapest kit is 2" other say its 2.5.. which is it.. how about the next level up? 3.5"-4"?
02-06-2007 10:54 PM
Rawkon

RE 3.5 superflex
currie steering box brace
currie steering box skid
big daddy tie rod
Electric fan
33 trxus MTs
02-06-2007 10:26 PM
Dirk If you don't add any extra weight to the jeep, (winch, bumpers, armor, etc) you could just add a 1.25" BL, a 1" MML and be good height-wise for 33's. Get some disco's for the front swaybar if you don't have any.
I don't know what you have for bumpstops-might need a bit more. Some adj trackbars would be nice, but not absolutely necessary at that height.

Be forewarned though- a BIG percentage of the black steelies out there are not round- right out of the box!
This means that a wheel in that condition won't ever balance out. VERY annoying.
One of our guys recently gave away a set of those wheels because of that. Aluminum rims will run true.
If those are 15x8 rims on there and have a BS in the 3.25" to 3.75" range, I'd run them with your 33's before I'd switch to steelies...
Food for thought...
02-06-2007 10:10 PM
NalinMFG this is what im at right now, i have 32x11.5's with a 2" REBB and would like to go up to 33's net set of tires. these came with it so ill be getting some steelies and bfg m/t's.
i'm not sure if these attached or not? anyway, if they didn't:
Current Side View
"Rear-ish" View
or on my cardomain page

based on that what do you think will be necessary to maintain a safe ride and gain the needed clearance?
02-06-2007 06:37 PM
osbornl1 here's mine

See the Sig
02-06-2007 03:43 PM
Dirk
Quote:
Originally Posted by tigertrack1600m View Post
ok, in that case- how high will i be able to go without major modifications? - Nothing?, just the 1.25 body lift?, 3" springs w/ no spring spacer? I would like to get this body lift done reguardless, but does that leave any options suspension wise that will still keep me reasionably safe? I don't do all the hardcore rock stuff- i'm more of a muddy field kind of person. by the way thank you for your previous reply.
You might just call me.
These tend to be pretty involved discussions and take forever via e-mail- especially as slow as I type!:o
02-06-2007 03:17 PM
NalinMFG
Quote:
Originally Posted by Dirk View Post
That's probably getting into more than you want to deal with.
With the BB and 2-3" coils, you'll end up with 4-5" of lift in the suspension alone. adding a 1.25" BL puts you at 6"plus of total lift.
If you have the right length shocks for a BB, they won't be long enough for a 4-5" lift. You would need longer brakelines and control arms (preferably LA's at 5" +) and adj trackbars are important at that height too. You'll need extended swaybar links in back, longer links/disco's in front and we haven't even got the driveline issues you'll have yet. Then, you'll need a SYE (if you don't have a Rubi) and CV driveshaft conversion. to make that work, you'll need some upper adj rear CA's.
All that money to have a SWB wrangler that has a very high center of gravity and is very tippy. 35's would look kind of smallish on that jeep.

I would recommend keeping your COG LOW and keeping your operating angles flatter on your control arms, trackbars, steering linkages and driveshafts. Your jeep will be MUCH more stable and ride and handle better too.
(not to mention cost you less $$$)

Big lifts and small tires=

Small lifts and big tires=
ok, in that case- how high will i be able to go without major modifications? - Nothing?, just the 1.25 body lift?, 3" springs w/ no spring spacer? I would like to get this body lift done reguardless, but does that leave any options suspension wise that will still keep me reasionably safe? I don't do all the hardcore rock stuff- i'm more of a muddy field kind of person. by the way thank you for your previous reply.
02-06-2007 03:16 PM
DocG2828 You guys and gals have some awesome Jeeps! I've been recently considering a purchase of a 01+ Wrangler, and I think this thread sealed the deal.....doesn't hurt that I'm reading this while its snowing several inches outside!
02-06-2007 08:12 AM
erickpl Heya, Dirk! Yep, Dirk's been busy sending me parts!

I'll post the specs on my rig (as far as suspension/lift/tires/driveline goes).







- Dana 30 Front with Lockright/ Dana 35 Rear with Yukon 35 shafts and ARB locker
- 4.88 Gearing
- AX-5 Manual Transmission (5 speed)
- 33" TrXuS MT's on Canyons and SpiderTrax Spacers

Suspension/Lift
- OME 2.5" HD lift (with Unlimited rear shocks)
- 1.25" JKS BL
- 1" JKS BMML
- JKS Bar Pin Eliminators
- JKS front Adj Track Bar
- JKS rear Adj Track Bar
- JKS Quicker Disconnects for the front suspension

This adds up to basically the OME Ultimate Kit. And, yes, it all came from DPGOffroad
02-05-2007 08:40 PM
Dirk
Quote:
Originally Posted by Simple Scout View Post
Hey I understand.

By the way, the Nth rear track bar relocation bracket I bought from you worked like a charm. It did everything we thought it would. I appreciate your help on that.
Glad to hear that. Thanks for the feedback-
Dirk
02-05-2007 08:35 PM
Scout Hey I understand.

By the way, the Nth rear track bar relocation bracket I bought from you worked like a charm. It did everything we thought it would. I appreciate your help on that.
02-05-2007 08:30 PM
Dirk Thanks dude!
I don't get to play here as often as I'd like. Been pretty busy...
02-05-2007 08:16 PM
Scout Long time no see. Welcome back Dirk!
02-05-2007 08:14 PM
Dirk
Quote:
Originally Posted by tigertrack1600m View Post
*hypothetical* I have the REBB kit- and this summer i am going to get the jks 1.25 body lift. If I also purchase 2" or 3" springs would i be able to keep my 2" spacers in from the REBB? First can I do this? will i need brake line extenders, shock drops, and/or is this really unsafe? what other possible issues may arise?
That's probably getting into more than you want to deal with.
With the BB and 2-3" coils, you'll end up with 4-5" of lift in the suspension alone. adding a 1.25" BL puts you at 6"plus of total lift.
If you have the right length shocks for a BB, they won't be long enough for a 4-5" lift. You would need longer brakelines and control arms (preferably LA's at 5" +) and adj trackbars are important at that height too. You'll need extended swaybar links in back, longer links/disco's in front and we haven't even got the driveline issues you'll have yet. Then, you'll need a SYE (if you don't have a Rubi) and CV driveshaft conversion. to make that work, you'll need some upper adj rear CA's.
All that money to have a SWB wrangler that has a very high center of gravity and is very tippy. 35's would look kind of smallish on that jeep.

I would recommend keeping your COG LOW and keeping your operating angles flatter on your control arms, trackbars, steering linkages and driveshafts. Your jeep will be MUCH more stable and ride and handle better too.
(not to mention cost you less $$$)

Big lifts and small tires=

Small lifts and big tires=
02-05-2007 06:44 PM
NalinMFG *hypothetical* I have the REBB kit- and this summer i am going to get the jks 1.25 body lift. If I also purchase 2" or 3" springs would i be able to keep my 2" spacers in from the REBB? First can I do this? will i need brake line extenders, shock drops, and/or is this really unsafe? what other possible issues may arise?
01-14-2007 08:19 PM
NOLUCK13
Quote:
Originally Posted by Simple Scout View Post
^^^ Nice rig. How do you like those boggers?
Love them... My second set. I like the hum going down the road and when in town, people walking 1/2 block away turn to see what is coming down the road at them...
01-14-2007 01:22 PM
ABUSED thanks
01-14-2007 01:20 PM
Scout Ahhh... I see. Nice set up.
01-14-2007 01:12 PM
ABUSED preciate it, and the height it great. ive got a good bit of travel
01-14-2007 01:05 PM
Scout ^^^ Looks nice. How do you like the height on those short arms?
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