YJ with 3 inch lift and 35s
Any luck one have pictures? I plan on staying sua and have the bds 2" with 1" shackles. Plans are rear tj flares and the t&t 4.5" tube fenders in front and put on 1" body lift as well
In my opinion you'd be low on the rear unless you cut out a piece of the front of each rear wheel well and then you'd need to reposition the roll bar mounting. I have 4.5" suspension lift and 2" body lift with 35" wheels and if the springs were softer, the rear tires would hit the front, bottom corner of the rear wheel well. The other option if to move the rear axle to the back by a few inches to center the wheel in the well - then you'd have enough space.
I have sye and cv shaft already...I was going to go soa but have been thinking run that setup for about a year then go soa...I have an 8.8 and d30 with 4.88s and lock rites in them in my garage right now set up for either soa or sua. My problem is the 3 speed auto and the gears for driving on the street. What I was thinking was run sua then in about a year either put in a hp44 in front or step up to tons at that point.
Then put in a 4:1 Terra Low and stretch it with the waggy springs...you would have to get a new ds though. Just don't tell the wife!
1997 TJ, 5" IRO front with 4.5" HD IRO WJ rear, 35x12.5x15 Mickey Thompson MTZ, JKS disconnects
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