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05-10-2009 03:15 PM
jpdocdave cheapest and best way to get a little more clearance for those is a shackle lift. don't do anything more to the body mounts.
05-10-2009 01:06 PM
66-cj5 Now i have access to 33" 12.5's i believe. Do i even have to go 3" to clear them
05-10-2009 01:01 PM
mikes05unlimited do 2"-2.5" susp and 1.5" body lift do nt go any higher than that on body center of grav will be too high and become unstable
05-10-2009 12:54 PM
Lifting my 1966 cj5

I bought a 1966 cj5 with 31" tires and basically a hockey puck lift of an 1.5" or so. I want to fit 33" BFG All terrains. I dont do any seriously off roading and the jeep is all stock suspension with the v6 dauntless motor. What would be my best option to fit 33" tires for road use. Ive been debating on a 3" body lift but i am not sure if that is the best route to go. Thank you

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