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Old 03-10-2017, 12:14 AM
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New to this forum guys. I'm in California. Santa Barbara, if any of you guys are close by or live in SB I don't know any jeeps buddies here to talk jeep talk or to go wheeling. Hit me up if you guys wanna meet up or go wheeling!

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Thank you much guys, sorry still new to this i didn't even know i had replies!

i have a 2015 JKUS automatic 3.6 L V6

i have a 3.5 RC series 2 lift kit the kit come with only the front lower control arms, and im planning on running 35' BFG KO2's so i guess my question to you more experienced jeepsers would i need the other 6 control are or would i be fine? My jeep is my DD and mostly just drive it around town and couple times to big bear never did any of the trails out in big bear i plan in the future but as of right now my jeep mostly see the road. I do plan on doing off roading but nothing like rock krawling just moderate trails for right now. Really appreciate all the comments from you guys! can wait to hear (read) all you guys input. Thank you!
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Thank you much guys, sorry still new to this i didn't even know i had replies!

i have a 2015 JKUS automatic 3.6 L V6

i have a 3.5 RC series 2 lift kit the kit come with only the front lower control arms, and im planning on running 35' BFG KO2's so i guess my question to you more experienced jeepsers would i need the other 6 control are or would i be fine? My jeep is my DD and mostly just drive it around town and couple times to big bear never did any of the trails out in big bear i plan in the future but as of right now my jeep mostly see the road. I do plan on doing off roading but nothing like rock krawling just moderate trails for right now. Really appreciate all the comments from you guys! can wait to hear (read) all you guys input. Thank you!

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