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04-09-2013 10:06 PM
Originally Posted by wskyrnnr View Post
For the $$$, I went with Black Diamond 3" w/33x10.5x15
Thanks man, I will definitely look into it!
04-09-2013 10:02 PM
wskyrnnr For the $$$, I went with Black Diamond 3" w/33x10.5x15
04-09-2013 09:58 PM

Alright guys, I need help. I have decided to take my 2006 Wrangler Sport from stock to jock, but need help making some decisions. My first idea was the Skyjacker 2 inch lift with either hydro or nitro shocks. In your opinion, is this a good move? and try to keep in mind I am a highschool student, so there is no abundance of cash laying around. If the lift goes as planned, I am considering 15 by 8 Mickey Thompson classic 2 or classic 3 wheels. They would hopefully have 32 by 11.5 tires on them. What do you guys think? will it work? should I consider other choices? Thanks in advance for the help!

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