What can be done for less as possible
Wanna start making the jeep look sick, but dont have the money to do all i want right now. Where can i start to get on my way? I already figured cutting the bumpers and adding a roof rack. Maybe smoking tailights and headlights? And i thought about moving the antennae to the side below the taillight. Let me know what you think...open to all suggestions!!
You could paint stuff? Put a BB in? Do you already have a CB?
95 Limited Chargold ZJ 5.2L -5.5" lift (IRO, Ironman, and RC parts), 33" BFG M/T's, 15x8 procomp crawlers, 242 swap, 2 12" subs, 1000w amp, cherry bomb, full skid package, Kevins rear stealth bumper clone w 3/4" D rings, Rlcwelding front bumper w 3/8" D rings, XRC-8, front tow hooks, 2 daylighter fairlead lights, 2 daylighter windsheild lights, 2 55w driving lights, OBA, Cobra 18 CB, dual 4' whips, RC disconnects, smittybuilt jack, optima yellowtop.
Built not bought #512
Lower it with some 22's and add as much chrome as possible
I meant 22" tires to go with his Inline V6
Originally Posted by DayneZ View Post
I am on my third or fourth year of running my 1996 ZJ Laredo, and just this past winter I finally got the lift springs under it. I actually purchased the lift kit used, which included front and rear Rubicon Express coil springs and two Rubicon Express adjustable track bars off of a forum member. I stored this kit for nearly two years before I was able to get it installed due to lack of other parts.
I traded some stuff for some good used Rubicon Express twin tube shocks for my lift height. Held those for almost two years before I put them on while waiting to lift it.
Then I got two upper front control arms. Then I got two lower front control arms. I then installed that set. I still have factory rear arms.
I then purchased an IRO adjustable heavy duty track bar for the front. That is now installed.
I got JKS upper shock stem eliminators and lower bar pin eliminators. I just installed those last week. Had them for months.
Last December I purchased a set of Maxxis Big Horn Radials 265/75/R16.
Coming together but slowly.
You really should do your lift and tires first. Everything else you buy might be based off the amount of lift you go with.
Make a plan:
- Decide what tire size you want to run
- Plan how much lift you need for the tire size you plan to run. Then start collecting the parts for your lift. Try to get good used stuff.
- Don't cut anything until you find out what you need to cut
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