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Unread 02-28-2008, 08:40 AM   #1
jmathis3
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help on build

Okay guys im about ready to start my build and im about to start the tear down. Im going to be putting a 350 in and dana 60's. I wanted to know about lift sizes and tires sizes. ive noticed with xj springs some people had 39's and then what size spring to go in the front. Any other tips and info on what think about the build feel free to let me know thanks a lot guys!!! oh yeah if anyone wants d30 d35 np231 let me know

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Unread 02-28-2008, 08:53 AM   #2
Michael_94YJ
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I believe most go with a 2" lift spring in the front when using XJ springs in the rear.

Or you can bastardize them and create your own lift or no lift like Erik did.

What size tire you wanting to run and are you leaving the axles full width and what size rim and backspacing?
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