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08-18-2010 12:38 PM
zstat thanks for the input guys..
08-18-2010 08:55 AM
530ktm I will agree if you want her to be able to get in easily this would be a good suggestion as posted above.
08-18-2010 08:42 AM
Kykid
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I have a 04 rubicon, I want to lift it some... My problem is this.. I had an 08 and lifted it 4.5 in with 35 mickys. My wife had a hard time getting in and would not join me on trail rides.
I want my wife with me... (I could hear your thoughts)
Anyway I want to lift my 04 but don't want to make it to hard for her... or kill the road side of the drive.
I am planning on attending the 4 wheel parts truck and jeep show this weekend in Orlando and would kind of have an idea of what I want before attending...
Any suggestions of lift, tire size and or step that you people can assist me with would be great.. I would love to see pictures of some different lifts with an explanation of type lift, size and tire and rim sizes
Thanks for your time.. Z
I'll agree with inferno. My jeep has a 4" lift with 33s. I then added some cheap nerf bars from eBay for 100 bucks. I believe this is the perfect all around set up. Here's a photo.
08-18-2010 07:05 AM
InfernoGirl Put rockers with a step on it. Protection and function at the same time. 3.5" lift and 33's will perform very well and make it a bit easier to access as well.
08-18-2010 06:52 AM
zstat
Lift size help

I have a 04 rubicon, I want to lift it some... My problem is this.. I had an 08 and lifted it 4.5 in with 35 mickys. My wife had a hard time getting in and would not join me on trail rides.
I want my wife with me... (I could hear your thoughts)
Anyway I want to lift my 04 but don't want to make it to hard for her... or kill the road side of the drive.
I am planning on attending the 4 wheel parts truck and jeep show this weekend in Orlando and would kind of have an idea of what I want before attending...
Any suggestions of lift, tire size and or step that you people can assist me with would be great.. I would love to see pictures of some different lifts with an explanation of type lift, size and tire and rim sizes
Thanks for your time.. Z

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