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Old 10-03-2008, 07:28 PM
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suspension only or suspension and body lift

im about to buy my first jeep!!! a 2009 2dr wrangler X im so excited i cant sleep at night haha!! but im going to put 35" mud grapplers under it. i was wondering if i should do a 5" suspension lift or a 4" suspension lift with a 1" body lift? it will be my daily driver but will also see its fair share of off roading.

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You can fit 35's on the JK with about 3.5" of lift, maybe less, as I recall. Also if its going to be your daily driver.. 35's are going to kill your gas mpg.

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i have a rubicon and 35's with a 3" bds lift and it rubbed the front splash panel under the bumper at full turn . added 1" daystar spacers and that cured the problem . with 35's you will definately need a gear swap. the rubicon already has lower gears than the x and my 35's sucked the life out of the motor.
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yeah i really dont care about mpg but i can not afford a rubicon can i get the rubicon gear package on the X before i buy it? and i know i can fit 35s under a 3" lift but i really like the look of a 5 and how much does one of those spacers run?
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idont no if you can upgrade gearing or not. the rubi has dana 44 axles front and rear. the x and sahara do not. the day star spacer kit was around $100 i cant remember exactly. pretty easy to install.
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alright i appreciate it. if i can not do the rubi gears what is the best way to go to get them to where i will need them

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