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Today 12:01 AM
Reave
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Originally Posted by Razer View Post

I heard that slap all the way over here in Washington.
Nothing like some soft rock to warm the back seat
Yesterday 11:59 PM
Razer
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Originally Posted by chargermop View Post
So you're more of a SoftRock guy lol

I heard that slap all the way over here in Washington.
Yesterday 11:27 PM
chargermop
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Originally Posted by klwillet View Post

The spacers I'm referring to are wheels spacers.
Wheel spacers are just fine just make sure you buy a quality brand and follow the instructions. I driven all over the Colorado mountains and out to Moab with no problems at all.
Yesterday 11:25 PM
Reave
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Originally Posted by klwillet View Post

The spacers I'm referring to are wheels spacers.
OK, thanks. I really love how helpful the jeep community is. For that reason alone, I'll never have a different make of vehicle.
Yesterday 11:21 PM
klwillet
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Originally Posted by Reave View Post

I'm hearing a lot of mixed reviews and viewpoints about spacers vs shocks. The stock are 16/59 on my jeep. I'm just learning all this stuff, so I'm desperately trying not to be confused haha. I grew up working with chainsaws, not jeeps unfortunately.
The spacers I'm referring to are wheels spacers.
Yesterday 11:19 PM
chargermop
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Originally Posted by Reave View Post

I'm hearing a lot of mixed reviews and viewpoints about spacers vs shocks. The stock are 16/59 on my jeep. I'm just learning all this stuff, so I'm desperately trying not to be confused haha. I grew up working with chainsaws, not jeeps unfortunately.
Shock spacers will get you by till you can afford shocks.
Yesterday 11:17 PM
Reave
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Originally Posted by chargermop View Post

Look at the teraflex 2.5 spring lift with shock spacers instead of new shocks if you need to go cheaper much better quality in my opinion.
I'm hearing a lot of mixed reviews and viewpoints about spacers vs shocks. The stock are 16/59 on my jeep. I'm just learning all this stuff, so I'm desperately trying not to be confused haha. I grew up working with chainsaws, not jeeps unfortunately.
Yesterday 11:13 PM
chargermop
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Originally Posted by Reave View Post

Looking at the rough country 2.5" +2.2 upgraded springs
Look at the teraflex 2.5 spring lift with shock spacers instead of new shocks if you need to go cheaper much better quality in my opinion.
Yesterday 11:10 PM
Reave
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Originally Posted by klwillet View Post

I have seen that lift on a jeep without spacers.
Might get and install spacers anyway just so o don't forget them when I get tires
Yesterday 11:07 PM
klwillet
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Originally Posted by Reave View Post

Looking at the rough country 2.5" +2.2 upgraded springs
I have seen that lift on a jeep without spacers.
Yesterday 11:03 PM
Reave
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Originally Posted by klwillet View Post

I guess that depends on the style of lift. With a Tereflex 2.5 BB spacers not needed.
Looking at the rough country 2.5" +2.2 upgraded springs
Yesterday 11:01 PM
klwillet
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Originally Posted by chargermop View Post

Not necessarily stock back spacing might cause rub on swaylinks...
I guess that depends on the style of lift. I am unaware of any 2.5 lifts that would require spacers
Yesterday 11:01 PM
StarBrite And we love our fearless leader!
Yesterday 11:00 PM
keviper1
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Originally Posted by chargermop View Post
Because we miss you around here...
I'm still here. Don't get all sappy on me now.
Yesterday 10:57 PM
chargermop
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Originally Posted by keviper1 View Post

You 2...always giving me a hard time
Because we miss you around here...
Yesterday 10:56 PM
keviper1
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Originally Posted by StarBrite View Post
HRD WLYS, SoftRock, kev can't make up his mind.
You 2...always giving me a hard time
Yesterday 10:56 PM
chargermop
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Originally Posted by klwillet View Post

You won't need the spacers if your just doing the lift for now. Get the spacers when you get the tires.
Not necessarily stock back spacing might cause rub on swaylinks...
Yesterday 10:56 PM
Reave Awesome, thanks fellas.
Yesterday 10:54 PM
keviper1
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Originally Posted by chargermop View Post
So you're more of a SoftRock guy lol
Whoa, whoa, whoa!!! Easy now!
Yesterday 10:53 PM
klwillet
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Originally Posted by Reave View Post
Anyone have a JKUWW with stock wheels/tires that has a 2.5 lift installed? I'm eventually going to put 35s on it, but for now, I can't afford the lift and the tires at once. Wondering if it will look retarded with a 2.5" and spacers
You won't need the spacers if your just doing the lift for now. Get the spacers when you get the tires.
Yesterday 10:52 PM
chargermop
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Originally Posted by Reave View Post
Anyone have a JKUWW with stock wheels/tires that has a 2.5 lift installed? I'm eventually going to put 35s on it, but for now, I can't afford the lift and the tires at once. Wondering if it will look retarded with a 2.5" and spacers
I think it looks fine here's a picture with my 2.5 lift and 1.5 spacers, but I couldn't wait to get my tires so that didn't last long... :-)
Yesterday 10:44 PM
Reave Anyone have a JKUWW with stock wheels/tires that has a 2.5 lift installed? I'm eventually going to put 35s on it, but for now, I can't afford the lift and the tires at once. Wondering if it will look retarded with a 2.5" and spacers
Yesterday 10:14 PM
StarBrite
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Originally Posted by chargermop View Post
So you're more of a SoftRock guy lol
HRD WLYS, SoftRock, kev can't make up his mind.
Yesterday 10:13 PM
chargermop
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Originally Posted by keviper1 View Post

Haha. Oh I wouldn't do any crazy stuff like that. Not due to fear of heights, but due to fear of rolling my jeep for 1.3 miles straight down. ?de04
So you're more of a SoftRock guy lol
Yesterday 09:49 PM
keviper1
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Originally Posted by chargermop View Post
Lol I will remember you said that ;-)
Haha. Oh I wouldn't do any crazy stuff like that. Not due to fear of heights, but due to fear of rolling my jeep for 1.3 miles straight down. 😄
Yesterday 09:40 PM
chargermop
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Originally Posted by keviper1 View Post

Lucky for you I'm the only one scared of heights. But more concrete heights, not mountain top heights.
Lol I will remember you said that ;-)
Yesterday 09:33 PM
ATG
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Originally Posted by keviper1 View Post
Lucky for you I'm the only one scared of heights. But more concrete heights, not mountain top heights.
Personally, it's the abstract heights that scare me.
Yesterday 09:30 PM
ATG Quick taillight question: I haven't opened up a taillight to see how the bulbs are oriented. If I want to get a brighter led for the reverse lights, does the bulb plug in pointing towards the back, meaning a bulb like this would be best: JDM ASTAR Extremely Bright Max 50W High Power 3056 3156 3057 3157 Cree LED Bulbs ,Xenon White https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00MC6H0AI...cRJKub067TYVH?

Or, is it sideways, meaning i want something like this: JDM ASTAR 800 Lumens Super Bright AX-2835 Chipsets 3056 3156 3057 3157 LED Bulbs ,Xenon White https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00G2TV7OG...MWJKub0AWSFX1?
Yesterday 09:22 PM
keviper1
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Originally Posted by chargermop View Post
Lol you make it out to Colorado I will make time to show you around and see if that HR can keep up with BigBlue ... ;-) Hopefully it's not scared of heights.
Lucky for you I'm the only one scared of heights. But more concrete heights, not mountain top heights.
Yesterday 09:08 PM
Torpeyd
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Originally Posted by roberthleeii View Post
Maybe Club Willys and HR hoods
I wouldn't kick that hood at of bed though...
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