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SLA007 07-30-2012 10:24 PM

Need Help/Advise New to Jeep and Forum
Alright guys i have been reading around the forum for the past few weeks and have made a few decisions and i am looking for some advise on if they will all work and what I am missing and or need.

I am looking at a 2012 Wrangler 2dr. I plan to get one with steel wheels a three piece hard top and 3.73 gears. I hope to have the parts ready to go when i pick up the Jeep and start the mods right away. This is what i am planning so far.

Lift: Teraflex 4" LCG long arm

Shocks: Blistein 5100 front and back

Wheels: 16" Black (have a few ideas haven't decided exactly. suggestions?)

Tires: GY Duratrac 285/75/16 (should i go bigger i think these are 33's)

Driveshaft front and rear: Tom Woods Custom

Front Bumper: JCR Mid Width Prerunner with Full Sink (winch mount)

Rear Bumper: JCR Jk Rear tire Carrier bumper Deluxe W/built in lights

Rock Sliders: JCR Stage 2

Winch: Warn M8000-S

Soft top: Bestop Trek top

I am in NEPA and not real sure what type of wheeling I will be doing for sure. This will be mostly a toy however my work does take me off road at times but i have to travel up to an hour or so to get to these spots so I want to be able to drive the rig on the road as well.

I hope you guys will take a look and give me any advice that will help me put together a great machine. I am willing to spend some money at this point I want to do things right up front and not have to go back and redo things because i missed something.

Thanks in advance for your help. Look forward to getting out there with you guys soon.


strikt9 07-31-2012 02:51 AM

If your buying it new, I'd try to get it with 4:10's in it (tow package). In my opinion i think 33's will look tiny with a 4" long arm.

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