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stock jeep what should i do??

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i have a 91 yj and its all stock what should i do to get it ready for 4x4 offroad??? springs and shocks??
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Wheel it for a while and then decide what you want. No use doing a bunch of stuff that doesn't need to be done.
What he ^^^^^ said.

Otherwise, upgrade to Dana 60's, coilovers, ARBs, 42" tires, a chevy 350 and go to town!
 

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Wheel it stock or go with a mild lift 2.5" - 4".
Some decent MTs or good ATs will make a big differance. Most important is just have fun.
 

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Look at it a lot and take pictures. So in a few years you can look back at them and remember when your jeep was simple and not complicated. :D :D :D
 

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If your not sure...don't do anything. Research at places like WF and you will start to understand why things are done the way they are. This will help you avoid spending money and then wishing you'd have done it different!!

Learn from others mistakes!!!
 

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Go Big or Go Home!!!!:D



Just kidding take your time and build it to what level you want it to be for what ever you use it for.
 

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My first jeep was a stock YJ. Didn't have any trouble going off road. Like they ^ said, just enjoy it the way it is, for now. You'll be suprised what it can do stock. :D
 

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Iquois is right on. Don't make any hasty decisions....do your research. When you have the means to make a modification you will know exactly what you want to do and it will be something that you can build on later. You don't want to start with inferior parts that will not work with your ultimate plans. Also, don't buy the cheap parts just to get it done, save your money and get the best parts you can find.
 
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