75% of new ZJ owners are cheap ***** anyways, so half the responses would be, 'i know thats the 'right' way to do it, but i'm on a 55$ budget. any cheaper alternatives?'
i know ARBs are the best, but is there a cheaper locker that is open on teh road and locked solid on the trail?
i know Bilstein are the best, but can i use rough country?
i know F150 coils will ride like a dumptruck, but is it that bad?
i know death wobble is inherent in cheap lifts, but i've searched for hours and i'm pretty sure my death wobble is unique. what could it be?
i know my jeeps 17 years old, and have 400k on it, but why does it feel like things are worn out? do i need to replace them with my lift?
i know my 4L will suck with 33s but i can't aford a regear. is it that bad? i just want it to perform like stock. will a throttle body spacer help?
all sarcastic ******* comments aside, yea it would be a great idea; however there are a lot of things stickied already (as some have stated) the problem is everyone seems to have a different idea, or somethings just a little different, so they're gonna post up anyways. and some folks will mock (usually me depending on my grumpiness level) or just answer your question thats been asked 100x (also usually me, but only after someone else tells the guy to use the search function)
all that said!
if you wanted to make said guide, rule # 1 to modding ZJs.
#1. you better have deep pockets that replenish themselves easily
#2 if #1 doesn't apply to you buy a Yaris or Aveo and enjoy your gas mileage.
07' JKUR rollin on 35s