I think you can handle all the finger pointing and laughing for a month. If you have the time to lift it now then do it before something comes up.I was able to get a nice deal on a 3" TeraFlex kit but won't be able to add 35s for another month or so. I'm thinking about installing the lift this weekend but I'll wait if it's going to end up looking goofy on the stock wheels.
It seems that would be the perfect Jeep was just slightly bigger tires... What did you guys run on that?NW JEEP CHRYSLER DODGE said:Here is a Call of Duty we did with AEV's 2.5"
It seems that would be the perfect Jeep was just slightly bigger tires... What did you guys run on that?
Yeah I hear ya... People don't wanna take a bath on trading-in tires, but it's worth it!NW JEEP CHRYSLER DODGE said:Customer wanted to keep the stock 32.2" tires, which we have done on a handful of those lifts. As I tell my customers, it is really one of those lifts where you can get away with functionality and look with keeping the stock Rubicon 32.2" tires or upgrading to a 35".
Here is a picture of the same AEV 2.5" suspension lift, but with 35" tires
Looks sort of funny, but not to bad. The billet rocks thoughunk:.Here ya go...
35s on now.
I have the same bumper and I am wondering which Winch and Light setup you have on your Jeep?Here is a Call of Duty we did with AEV's 2.5"