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Old 09-03-2015, 04:05 PM
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Just a little help before I order my setup

Hey Guys/Girls I'm about to order new rims new tires a lift kit and a set of spacer. I was just wondering if I can ask for some help to make sure that the numbers all fit and that I'm not missing anything. .. If you think I'm off or I'm missing something your help would be appreciated thank you so much in advance .....This is what I'm going to order
I have a 2011Jk unlimited

Rims:
BRAND: XD Series
STYLE: Monster
SIZE: 20x9
BOLT PATTERN: 5x127/5x139.7
OFFSET: +18mm
BACKSPACING: 5.75"
FINISH: Matte Black

Tires:
Nitto Trail Grappler M/T Size: 35x12.50R20

Lift kit:
Rough Country 3.25 in. Lift Kit w/ Shocks

Spacers:
5x5 Black Hub Centric Wheel Spacers 1.5" Thickness
71.5mm Hub Bore

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I don't know how to respond and not come off sounding like a total jerk. I really don't intend to sound like a jerk here, but that list looks like a bunch of bad choices.

First- PLEASE research opinions on RC shocks & springs. They are filled full of complaint after complaint. Maybe look into something like this: https://www.wranglerforum.com/f202/mo...f-1136938.html

Second- that lift does not address caster angle (with control arms or relo brackets) and will make your Jeep drive like crap.

Third- I don't know why you wouldn't order a wheel with the proper backspace. Nothing wrong with spacers when you're trying to make a factory wheel work, but why add needless parts to a build when you can do it correctly? IMO Do it the right way the first time. Examples: Wheels - 4.5 - 4 Wheel Parts


Sorry for the negativity.

Good luck with whatever you choose

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Old 09-03-2015, 04:38 PM
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That's cool thanks for the in put... anything will help.. I'm new to the jeeps so any suggestions will help.
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