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Old 02-02-2015, 06:08 PM
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jk running 6in long arm lift with 37

I'm going to in the next week take my 2010 jk with auto Trans. and get a 6 in long arm lift with 37 and 4.88 gears installed does anyone already have this setup pics would also be great what kind of fuel mileage are you getting with set up this thanks in advance

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I'm going to in the next week take my 2010 jk with auto Trans. and get a 6 in long arm lift with 37 and 4.88 gears installed does anyone already have this setup pics would also be great what kind of fuel mileage are you getting with set up this thanks in advance
About 6 mpg. Lol

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A 6 inch lift on a 2 door if that is what you have will border on downright dangerous. That is going to be soooo tippy and top heavy that a speed bump at the wrong angle could probably roll the rig. I hope you are addressing driveshafts and a host of other things. If your profile is correct you only have a D30 front - are you doing truss and gussets? There is no need to lift a JK that high. I run 37s on a 2.5 lift.
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I'm running a 3.5 in rough country with 35 stock 3.73 gears now
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I get 14.5 mpg around town (Procal adjusted speedo that is spot on) with 4.10's but I am upgrading to 4.88 soon. Here's a poser shot of mine with 4" long arm kit with 37"s Toyos. A dana 30 with a 4.88 ring and pinion might be pushing it as for the housing it's the same as a dana 44 with a smaller pumpkin. Trussing and sleeving to me is a band aide but that's my take...There are a lot of extras you should do when going to 37's, but you'll need to research here and there and get a feel of what is best for your needs..

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I'm going to in the next week take my 2010 jk with auto Trans. and get a 6 in long arm lift with 37 and 4.88 gears installed does anyone already have this setup pics would also be great what kind of fuel mileage are you getting with set up this thanks in advance
You need to do some reading and learning before you even decide to go that big and the first thing you should learn is 6" lift and 37s you shouldn't be concern about Mpgs

Also good luck with those 4.88 and those 37s
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I'm running a 3.5 in rough country with 35 stock 3.73 gears now
That lift appears to have sagged badly - Rough Country springs are notorious for that. This is a month old 2.5 RK X Factor kit with chopped fenders. More than enough clearance. Please read the Tech "sticky" threads before showing up for that lift appointment. Do you understand why it isnt a good idea?

With the 3.8 engine, you may want to go numerically higher on your gearing.
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The 44 and 30 are exactly the same when it comes to trussing and sleeving...
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I get 14.5 mpg around town (Procal adjusted speedo that is spot on) with 4.10's but I am upgrading to 4.88 soon. Here's a poser shot of mine with 4" long arm kit with 37"s Toyos. A dana 30 with a 4.88 ring and pinion might be pushing it as for the housing it's the same as a dana 44 with a smaller pumpkin. Trussing and sleeving to me is a band aide but that's my take...There are a lot of extras you should do when going to 37's, but you'll need to research here and there and get a feel of what is best for your needs..

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Very nice Wrangler! What fenders are those?
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I get 14.5 mpg around town (Procal adjusted speedo that is spot on) with 4.10's but I am upgrading to 4.88 soon. Here's a poser shot of mine with 4" long arm kit with 37"s Toyos. A dana 30 with a 4.88 ring and pinion might be pushing it as for the housing it's the same as a dana 44 with a smaller pumpkin. Trussing and sleeving to me is a band aide but that's my take...There are a lot of extras you should do when going to 37's, but you'll need to research here and there and get a feel of what is best for your needs..

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Nice looking rig! But lifting a 2 door is different than lifting a 4 door when it comes to height.
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The top heavy isn't really a concern I had a 92 yj on 40' for 6 years before finally selling it and going with a jk
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The JK is a different animal. The JK design and huge wheel wells dont need that much lift to fit big tires. 37 inch tires will look like Cheerios on a 6 inch lift. Your driveshafts will implode I suspect nearly immediately. Your front end is going to be at crazy angles. JKs do not get as much benefit from long arms as say the TJs even - the JK arms are longer to begin with. Ultimately it is your rig to do what you want, just make sure you understand the implications is all.
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Here is my buddy's jk with 4.5 rough country lift with 35' this is why I'm planning on 5 or 6 in. Unless your using flat fenders you won't have much room with 37 without going to a 5 in. Lift
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Here is my buddy's jk with 4.5 rough country lift with 35' this is why I'm planning on 5 or 6 in. Unless your using flat fenders you won't have much room with 37 without going to a 5 in. Lift
Yet another newb comes here asking for advice and then ignoring the advice they are given.

If you know it all, go ahead and do it man. I'm not trying to be a dick, but it's very obvious you just don't know what you're talking about.

Also, before even thinking of a 6" long arm lift, call your insurance company and make sure they will insure it. 6" is usually the tipping point for insurance companies to void your contract.
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That is a 4 door, a 2 door JKs cannot take as much lift. (I would also be curious to see his driveshafts - they cant be happy.) And I would think a 4 door on the light side (factory bumpers no winch etc) should be sitting higher than that picture on a better quality lift even with full fenders, umless its just the picture angle. No offense, but buy a better quality kit than Rough Country - seriously - and ESPECIALLY at anything over 2.5, and ESPECIALLY on a 2 door. Check out Rock Krawler X Factor or Metalcloak Game Changer. Currie, Synergy or Clayton as well. Even whatever Teraflex's or Rubicon Express's version of the 8 arm/adjustable track bars lift is.
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That is a 4 door, a 2 door JKs cannot take as much lift. (I would also be curious to see his driveshafts - they cant be happy.) And I would think a 4 door on the light side (factory bumpers no winch etc) should be sitting higher than that picture on a better quality lift even with full fenders, umless its just the picture angle. No offense, but buy a better quality kit than Rough Country - seriously - and ESPECIALLY at anything over 2.5, and ESPECIALLY on a 2 door. Check out Rock Krawler X Factor or Metalcloak Game Changer. Currie, Synergy or Clayton as well. Even whatever Teraflex's or Rubicon Express's version of the 8 arm/adjustable track bars lift is.
Yeah, but his friend did it, and he knows another guy who did it AND he read somewhere you CAN do it. So it must be true...right?!
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You read every lift you posted and any 5 or 6 in is still saying maximum tires 3 with stock fenders 40 with flat fenders
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Or you could do a 2.5" lift with 4" of bump stop HAHAH!!!! Mommymallcrawler will get that joke. Rough Country has done me great, but you are lifting a 2 door pretty high. I would ask what you intend to use the jeep for.
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You want long arm and 37's?

Here's your 4" long arm that supports 37's:

2014 - 2007 Jeep Wrangler JK 2/4 Door - 4-in. Crawler Long Arm System - Jeep - Suspension Systems - Rancho® Performance Products



But even their short arm systems handle 37's, without flats...
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You read every lift you posted and any 5 or 6 in is still saying maximum tires 3 with stock fenders 40 with flat fenders
Read, every page in the link below. Are you so attached to factory fenders to put on a budget kit at a virtually immediately fatal to your driveline angle? The first time you go off-camber offroad you will most likely find your 6 inch lifted rig lying on its side. On a lower lift, sure you may be ok with something like RC - like bencalexander below likes it. But at 6 inches, no way.

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Or you could do a 2.5" lift with 4" of bump stop HAHAH!!!! Mommymallcrawler will get that joke. Rough Country has done me great, but you are lifting a 2 door pretty high. I would ask what you intend to use the jeep for.
Lol!!!!!!! The bump stop mountain is gone now thank goodness!
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To the OP Mommymallcrawler does bring up a valid point about the JKs not necessarily needing a long arm kit like previous models. I'm just trying to get a feel for what your intentions are with this jeep. One thing I've learned is that bigger is not always better. It complicates a lot of things but I have seen lots if 2 doors on 40s here on Utah. However they're usually stretched.
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OP: make sure you keep a camera handy. I want to see pics when you flop it or your axles and diffs hand grenade.
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Well.. Good luck? I'm not gonna say I'm super knowledgable but I'd like to think I know enough (or at least I hope ). Like many people have said that is too much lift for 37s ESPECIALLY on a 2 door. You just simply don't need that much and paying for that much more lift is probably gonna end up being a spinning toilet bowl of cash. There are some members on here who are running 40s on around 6 inches of lift, but those are on 4 doors which have the longer wheelbase to help with stability. Look up tabber (i think that's his username), he's running 40s on a 2 door (not sure on how much lift), but I'm sure he'll be able to help out in this conversation.
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I have 37's with probably somewhere close to 6" of lift, but my axles are significantly wider than stock. width right now is 83" with lots of added unsprung weight. I wouldnt want 6" of lift with stock axles, I was tippy enough when I had a 3.5 RK setup on stock axles. everyone seems to put more importance on going up, when going longer and wider is just as important.

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Primarily on road driving off road maybe 1-2x a year and huntin I rarely needed 4wd when I had 33. 5-8k miles a year. I wouldn't mind staying with little lift as possible I wanna keep stock fender flares.
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Primarily on road driving off road maybe 1-2x a year and huntin I rarely needed 4wd when I had 33. 5-8k miles a year. I wouldn't mind staying with little lift as possible I wanna keep stock fender flares.
If this is the case, then just go with something like RockKrawler's 2.5 MaxTravel, or their 2.5 X-Factor, and 35's. You will have more than enough lift, without all the problems of going bigger. You will still probably develop enough problems to keep you happy! I know people that have spent over $10K on the suspension you are talking about, and not even got to the axles and other stuff to go with it!
And they were able to do all the fabrication themselves. Just something to keep in mind.
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I'm currently running a 3.5 rough country with 35 at bare minimum doing a teraflex 4in with 37 and gears.
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Primarily on road driving off road maybe 1-2x a year and huntin I rarely needed 4wd when I had 33. 5-8k miles a year. I wouldn't mind staying with little lift as possible I wanna keep stock fender flares.
Then why come on here asking about 6 inch long arms and 37s when 33s and 2wd were enough for what you need the rig to do? If you want to keep stock flares, stay with your 35s but get a better quality lift kit at 2.5 or 3ish (something much less than 6 inches). If your springs are sagged, even a smaller lift with a better coil may actually give you a little boost from what you have on there now, and most likely a better ride. If you have the RC shocks too, upgrade those as well. And do the gearing, that will give you a huge performance improvement.
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I'm currently running a 3.5 rough country with 35 at bare minimum doing a teraflex 4in with 37 and gears.
You'll need driveshaft.
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Think so even going with a 4in

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