Ok what are thoughts on an SUA vs SOA lift. I have a 94 yj 2.5 l 4 speed. I use my yj mainly for a dd and occasional weekend wheeler. Don't see turning this into a full time wheeler in the near future. I will use it to tow a lite weight camping trailer.
If that is the case, then you'll find out very soon you'll not have the power to turn those meats in those sizes with a banger. Like Anti said... now your talking gearing. And your D35 rear end is not the strongest and most will say it is a waste of $$ to gear it. Unless you're dying to have big tires, then for a DD I wouldn't go past 31's and get yourself a good set of no bigger than 2" springs and a good set of shocks and you'll have a nice ride. $.o2
'92 YJ, 4.0, 5sp, 8.8 w/ 4.56's locked F&R, Teralow 4-1, HD SYE, BDS 5" SUA lifted on 35 MTR's. PSE front trail cage kit, 1ton TRE flip, 1"shackles, 1"BL, 1" MM. <><
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