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GoldenHammer
#1 Feb 19 2018 08:33pm
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I had my jeep for lil over a year now, Didn't really do much to it, thinking putting a small lift and tires on her any recommendations???
I have my winter tires/rims on in the picture below

KoJ
#2 Feb 19 2018 08:38pm
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for what purpose? just cuz you can? or because youre going to use it?
GoldenHammer
#3 Feb 19 2018 08:42pm
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Quote (KoJ @ Feb 19 2018 10:38pm)
for what purpose? just cuz you can? or because youre going to use it?

I spent Quite a bit of time on near the beach with the jeep, it has no problems in the sand right now but I'd just like to stand out more like the others ya know ;)
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#4 Feb 19 2018 10:34pm
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2.5" lift
cut the fenders
35s

Might need new drive shafts with the 2dr, idk.


And maybe a camera that can take a picture a bit bigger then 50 pixels?

This post was edited by AXIS on Feb 19 2018 10:35pm
KoJ
#5 Feb 21 2018 01:07am
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Quote (GoldenHammer @ Feb 19 2018 06:42pm)
I spent Quite a bit of time on near the beach with the jeep, it has no problems in the sand right now but I'd just like to stand out more like the others ya know ;)


thats the exact opposite of what its going to do... you want a cookie cutter jeep that wont even be used.... thats what 80% of people that own jeeps do
crisrob
#6 Feb 26 2018 07:26pm
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With 2.5" lift, you can fit 33's to 35's. Any all-terrain tires can perform well in the sand. Try to check out Dueler AT's-- http://4wheelonline.com/bridgestone-tires.243770. The key is to air down when driving on the beach.

This post was edited by crisrob on Feb 26 2018 07:32pm
KoJ
#7 Feb 26 2018 10:10pm
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dont forget the light bars
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#8 Feb 28 2018 09:34pm
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Quote (KoJ @ Feb 21 2018 02:07am)
thats the exact opposite of what its going to do... you want a cookie cutter jeep that wont even be used.... thats what 80% of people that own jeeps do


#ItsAJeepThing
Santara
#9 Mar 1 2018 04:41pm
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Quote (GoldenHammer @ Feb 19 2018 08:33pm)
I had my jeep for lil over a year now, Didn't really do much to it, thinking putting a small lift and tires on her any recommendations???
I have my winter tires/rims on in the picture below

http://i64.tinypic.com/jh67gk.png


A Mopar 2" lift is offered for $1590 MSRP. Part number 77070088AD. Probably available online for much less. Estimated labor time is 5 hours.
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#10 Mar 1 2018 09:29pm
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Quote (Santara @ Mar 1 2018 02:41pm)
A Mopar 2" lift is offered for $1590 MSRP. Part number 77070088AD. Probably available online for much less. Estimated labor time is 5 hours.


that is insanely over priced


you can do a jeep lift in your drive way in like 4 hours
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