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06-26-2013 09:18 AM
workshop4ever Weekdays are always tough for me. Maybe one of these weekends we can meet up.
06-24-2013 06:43 PM
Gixxer86g
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Sounds great. Maybe next time there's a Sparta or Stokes trip I can grab them off you.
Cool, or maybe even at Island Beach. I'm planning on heading there tomorrow.
06-24-2013 08:39 AM
workshop4ever
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Lee, I was thinking, I still have my Teraflex 2in spacers. You can have them for free.

It's a good way to get a couple more inches of clearance. And you can still get away with stock shocks. It's not as good as a proper lift, but it'll hold you over until you can get one.
Sounds great. Maybe next time there's a Sparta or Stokes trip I can grab them off you.
06-23-2013 04:46 PM
Gixxer86g
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I'll keep that in mind. I was hoping to do a 2" lift when I get a little more cash, but haven't picked out a brand yet. Thanks for the info.
Lee, I was thinking, I still have my Teraflex 2in spacers. You can have them for free.

It's a good way to get a couple more inches of clearance. And you can still get away with stock shocks. It's not as good as a proper lift, but it'll hold you over until you can get one.
06-23-2013 06:43 AM
Gixxer86g
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Work, I've looked on the net and drove over to OK4wd. For me, I'm going with the teraflex coil and spring for about 700. Ok4wd quoted me 900 for an AEV lift and 600 more to install. I'm gunna do it in my driveway.
Start spraying everything with PB Blaster now. Even after that, I broke both right rear upper shock bolts. I just drilled new holes next to the busted ones.
06-23-2013 06:42 AM
Gixxer86g
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BTW, if you want to stick with the 31s, I strongly suggest the BDS 2in kit with shocks and springs. Huge difference.
The BDS kit was only around 450 straight from BDS, including shipping. You might be able to find it cheaper. The BDS kits get great reviews.
06-22-2013 09:55 PM
Flynn Work, I've looked on the net and drove over to OK4wd. For me, I'm going with the teraflex coil and spring for about 700. Ok4wd quoted me 900 for an AEV lift and 600 more to install. I'm gunna do it in my driveway.
06-22-2013 09:51 PM
workshop4ever
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BTW, if you want to stick with the 31s, I strongly suggest the BDS 2in kit with shocks and springs. Huge difference.
I'll keep that in mind. I was hoping to do a 2" lift when I get a little more cash, but haven't picked out a brand yet. Thanks for the info.
06-21-2013 09:41 PM
Gixxer86g
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I am very pleased with my treadwright re-treads. I went with the Guard Dog mud terrain, but it has great road manners even with the aggressive tread.
BTW, if you want to stick with the 31s, I strongly suggest the BDS 2in kit with shocks and springs. Huge difference.
06-21-2013 07:29 PM
MudTJ PitBulls
06-21-2013 12:14 PM
8figgas Goodyear MTRs, hands down!
06-20-2013 11:03 PM
Flynn Thanks for input guys! Gixxer, hopefully I'll be able to make a Sparta or stokes run soon.
06-17-2013 08:35 PM
workshop4ever I am very pleased with my treadwright re-treads. I went with the Guard Dog mud terrain, but it has great road manners even with the aggressive tread.
06-17-2013 07:34 PM
Gixxer86g This is my 98 TJ with a just installed BDS 2in lift:
06-17-2013 07:29 PM
Gixxer86g Like Lar said, Duratracs are great. Tons of great reviews.

I love my Dick Cepek FCIIs. I love the way they look, they hum on the road, they work well in every offroad situation and they say Dick on them which has got to be worth something.
06-17-2013 03:57 PM
larjeep I run duratracs and they r great for everything. Check them out.
06-16-2013 10:57 PM
Flynn
North Jersey tires

Heya guys, I'm doing a 2" lift soon and I have a question about what tires to get for offroading. What's best for the terrain in north jersey or pa? All weather tires or mud? This is not my dd. Also, where did you guys go to get them? I was thinking about DTD and shipping to my work.

Thanks

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