|11-22-2010 10:11 PM|
Rokmen Gear Up....Rok On
You have been warned, your pockets will lose mass weight.
|11-21-2010 05:00 PM|
|CJS98TJ||Oh wow I did not know you could buy fenders separate. I've been thinking just putting on a nice flat fender I don't know yet there is endless possibilities for jeeps|
|11-21-2010 11:25 AM|
|IndyJeepMan||The MT/R's are a great tire and if you are going to be driving on road itll save you grief of not ruining iroks quickly. Also, you can high line for far under $2000 actually, about $500. Just go to Rokmen and buy the fenders, cut your hood down, trim the rear up some and vualah an extra like 3" of tire clearance!|
|11-21-2010 02:57 AM|
|CJS98TJ||I'm also contemplating the 36 " irok any reviews on those? It's either going to be a 35 mtr with Kevlar sidewalls or possibly am irok. I know my Toyo open country's are a great tire( to me at least) but I'd like to try something different.|
|11-19-2010 11:20 PM|
You can get a TNT truss for a front D60, but it has to be a 78-79 HP model because of the longer diverside tube. If you are planing on running an off the shelf lift kit, it would be wise to just fab the mounts where you need them on the axle... or you'd be looking at fabbing the mounts and a lift "kit" for yourself. There is going to be some work involved no doubt, just depends on how much work you want to do.
|11-19-2010 03:17 AM|
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|11-19-2010 03:00 AM|
|iix23||Got Dana 70 back and 60 front. This is very heavy to move. You will need a lot more engine to move them. They bring you far away but the downside is that not a lot of people can get to where you are to help you out if you are badly stuck.|
|11-19-2010 02:52 AM|
Then for 37s would it be better to have control arms fabricated/made for me so that the 5inch backspacing would work? How much would that cost? Because a nice kit with 5 inch backspacing like TNT customs or full traction I'm looking at $2500 possibly even more. I think both products that are 5 inch backspacing are a 3 link which is nice but a lot more $$$$$ haha. I realize it's an expensive build either way.
I use to know a guy who had a yj on 37s and the only problem that he had was irrelevant drive shaft/ u joint issues like breaking joints a lit but he was really tall to. It wheeled nice besides that hahaha
Any products I can look a that i have not looked at?
Thanks for your input!
|11-19-2010 02:17 AM|
|AzTJ||If D60's are even considered, just do it. Save yourself time and money and go full width. I planned on the same, but have since changed my mind. The amount of lift you are thinking of, ~5-5.5" is enough for 35" tires, but since you are doing some tube fenders, you can get it to work with proper shocks and bumpstops. Also, with 37's... I'd look into stretching the rear at least another 5".|
|11-19-2010 02:09 AM|
Within next couple years a build.
Ok so currently I have a 98 tj wrangler 4cyl 5 spd it has a 4 in full traction and 33 inch tires. T case drop. I want to build it up but keep the height.
Sye and driveline, With a Rustys long arm upgrade, 1.75inch coil spacers (with my 4 inch coils), front flat fender (not highline), and a rear trim( not highline) not sure what kit yet, of course new axles (front and rear) Dana 60 ford 8.8 or ford 9.0. Rear locker.and of course a new motor. Possibly new paint.
With that how would 37s look? Right now I have stock plastic fender flares trimmed and it seems that I can fit 35s pretty good. Many people do it. But when the complete build is done could 37s be achieved. I want 37s to finalize the build.
I've seen guys with 3 inches of lift on 37s but they all highline. And with a big build $2000 for a highline is not necessary to me. But that's me I prob with eventually do a diy.
Thoughts ideas to help me out. It's time for an upgrade and I'd like to have a nice rig.