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05-15-2013 10:46 AM
jeepr1106 i talking about 35x 12.50, on a 5.25" lift on a 2004 rubicon with the 4.0L.
05-14-2013 08:26 PM
Richey
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Originally Posted by jeepr1106 View Post
Well that's not true I know of 3 people running 35" on rubicons with stock gears
Just put 16/35/15 boggers on my YJ and I DEFINITELY have to put 4.88's in place of the 4.11 that I currently have. Just my preference for the performance I want. Seems like a lot of strain on the tranny and motor, Guess it depends on the motor you have too. That's my opinion anyway, everyone's different tho!
05-14-2013 08:12 PM
n00g7
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Originally Posted by jeepr1106 View Post
Well that's not true I know of 3 people running 35" on rubicons with stock gears
If they're 05/06 and have the 6spd they have a lower 1st gear.
05-14-2013 08:09 PM
jeepr1106 Well that's not true I know of 3 people running 35" on rubicons with stock gears
05-14-2013 07:52 PM
Big Cole
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I already have 4:11
Not good enough for 35s. 4.88s are appropriate for your setup
05-14-2013 07:27 PM
jeepr1106 I already have 4:11
05-14-2013 07:06 PM
TylerU
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Wheelin, I plan on getting a 1.25" body lift
be aware you need change gear ratio too, so count that as part of cost too.. or you'll lose 5th gear on a high way... then again, 35" i doubt you ever wanna take it on high way..
05-14-2013 06:30 PM
jeepr1106 Wheelin, I plan on getting a 1.25" body lift
05-14-2013 06:24 PM
97flexy
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It a 04 rubicon with pro comp 4 in short arm
ok but are you planning on wheel'n it or street driving it? I'd stick with the 33s are wheel those for a year then decide if u wana upgrade.
05-14-2013 06:20 PM
Big Cole Install a 1" body lift and you are good. Don't forget to upgrade your steering components, regear both axles, and upgrade your brakes.
05-14-2013 05:38 PM
jeepr1106 It a 04 rubicon with pro comp 4 in short arm
05-14-2013 05:28 PM
97flexy
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how much more lift will i need to run 35" tires and be able to function? i already have a 4in procomp lift.
it all depends on what you wana do with it, or how your building your jeep. my jeep sits on 35s with a 1.25" BL but I also did new axles, MML, TT, custom mid arm suspension, upgraded my brakes, SYE, double cardon rear drive shaft, custom trac bars, stronger steering box, HD crossover steering. you can't just throw 35s on your stock jeep and be able to wheel it. if your intent is to NEVER take it offroad I guess you could do it, but I wouldn't.
05-14-2013 12:20 PM
TheyCallMeSnow not a tj expert, but my friend has a TJ with 5.5 inches of lift on 35s. it looks good, but im sure you could fit 35s under your jeep. if you want to be comfortable, get a body lift or a small spacer.
05-14-2013 01:57 AM
jeepr1106
how much lift for 35" tires

how much more lift will i need to run 35" tires and be able to function? i already have a 4in procomp lift.

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