What kind of wheeling do you do and whats your budget.
When I'm offroad it's mostly trails, small rock climbin and some mud puddles, no serious mud bogginThomas302 said:What kind of wheeling do you do and whats your budget.
And my budget (lift, tires, etc.) will hopefully be around 5 or 6 grand....give or takeThomas302 said:What kind of wheeling do you do and whats your budget.
Most definitely!^^^^^^ Agree but if you have a budget of 5,000 I would get a better quality lift kit! You would enjoy the ride more since its your daily driver!:thumb:
Sorry for my horrible advice. I didnt know you "needed" 4.56 gear when you put 33" tires on. Make sure you tell that to the 10's of thousands of jeeps that are on 33's and 35's with their stock gears. Like Jerry said 4.56's are "optimum" but any gear will move your jeep!With a budget of $5000 or more, why would you be concerned about spending a few more bucks on the quick disconnects? Some of the advice you have received on here is horrible. You need 4.56 gearing for 33 inch tires, not 4.88 and 4.10 will most likely not be okay. Your stock rear end is a gamble as to how long until it breaks running larger tires and your brakes are fine if you run 33 inch tires. With the money you say you have to spend you can put in a dana 44 or equiv. along with lockers front and rear and a good suspension lift and more. Have you looked and OME lifts? Don't buy something you will not be happy with. Do some research and do it right.