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X2. It looks stock. You don't really need a lift to stuff 35s without a lift kit. As long as you have rims with the right backspacing, don't cycle the suspension (as you can see you don't have much clearance between tires and fenders) and maybe adjust the steering stops you can get away with it; just stay on the pavement and out of potholes. At minimum a leveling kit will help.

That tag on your front coils has the part number. From it you can tell the relative spring rate and hence ride height from your coils compared to other stock coils. Can you read both coils and post it?
 

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Hey guys, thanks for the info. Here's the codes off the tags: 52126317AC front and P68004459AA back.
 

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Your front coils are sort of middle of the pack but the rears are near the high end. Your JK must have a good amount of rake. You can tell by last digits in the serial number. Check out some of the stock coil threads for details.

If you plan to of offroad you may want to consider at least a leveling kit to give the wheels some room to work up front.
 
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