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Unread 02-03-2007, 03:46 PM   #1
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2.5" BB, 32" BFG A/t's NEW PICSSS

my JEEP was clean and i had a camera around so i figured i would take a couple of poser shots








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Looks good man
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looking real nice man... i think that is how the wj should look from the factory!
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]my car was clean and i had a camera around so i figured i would take a couple of poser shots





Click free......But when are we going to learn that a 2.5" BB with 265's are for posers not wheelers.
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That looks good, very nice...oh and what's with the guy flexin in the curb back there in that last pic
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Click free......But when are we going to learn that a 2.5" BB with 265's are for posers not wheelers.
do you mean you cant get 265/75's? 265/70 are ok...
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Click free......But when are we going to learn that a 2.5" BB with 265's are for posers not wheelers.
My dad (a forester, on trails DAILY) had 32"s on a 2" BB.
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With enough trimming anything is possible.
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My dad (a forester, on trails DAILY) had 32"s on a 2" BB.
Like you said on trails only with no flexing?I would never recommend 32's with a 2" lift.Just makes no sense for wheeling.....
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It does look sweet.

But keep a mallet with you so you can bang the fender back into place when one of the lugs grabs with with enough flex.


I love the curb flex in the back ground
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It does look sweet.

But keep a mallet with you so you can bang the fender back into place when one of the lugs grabs with with enough flex.


I love the curb flex in the back ground
Haha I have actaully done that!!! BFH body work!
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Like you said on trails only with no flexing?I would never recommend 32's with a 2" lift.Just makes no sense for wheeling.....
HE keeps his stock swaybars connected, hes trimmed the front bumper and moved his foglights forward about an inch and a half, and hes on stock wheels. The trails he go on can be very abusive also. Not alot of rocks, but HUGE waterbars (when I was on 33"s @ 4" of lift i bottomed out on one of them once), there are also times where he has to create the trail.

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SouthernWJ,

I just reread this thread. IF you are truly upset by the joking, thanks for posting your pics, they are good by the way, but, take the drama elsewhere.


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