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Unread 08-09-2004, 03:39 PM   #1
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future modifications

I installed a 2"BB from Skyjacker onto my 03 TJ Sport and I was wondering what would be a good setup for my future modifications. I want to end up running 35x12.50s, I was thinking of going with a 4" Skyjacker standard lift w/the BB too. Any suggestions?

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Unread 08-09-2004, 11:22 PM   #2
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Originally Posted by ltleskip8685
I installed a 2"BB from Skyjacker onto my 03 TJ Sport and I was wondering what would be a good setup for my future modifications. I want to end up running 35x12.50s, I was thinking of going with a 4" Skyjacker standard lift w/the BB too. Any suggestions?
Yes (assuming the need for 35's, other than for looks),
- Forget SJ.

- Get a 4", complete, suspension lift and a 1" ~ 1 1/4" bl and remove the 2" BB.
- Get a belly up.


This will allow you to run 35's, allowing for tons of flex, lot's of clearance under the Jeep, and still keep a relatively low COG.


BTW, why will you be needing 35's ?
Remember, with 35's you'll need something other than the D35 rear (assuming that's what's in the Jeep now), upgraded steering, upgraded brakes, 4.88's in the diffs (if you have a 5 speed, else 4.56's will do with the auto tranny), and a 4:1 xfer case, if you have a manual tranny (assuming that you'll be wheeling the Jeep seriously).



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[b]Base[/b] - '98 Sahara, 4.0L 6 cyl, Auto (swap from 5 sp)
[b]Suspension[/b]- 4.0" Procomp Springs + 1 1/4" bl. Rear tri-link. Currie J arms, F&R. Warn hubs with WJ knuckles, custom cross over/hi-steering setup, Currie A/R Sway Bar.
HPD30/D44 (rear disk conversion, WJ dual piston caliber conversion in the front); Detroits; 4.56
[b]Misc[/b] - Tera 2wd lo.
[b]Tires[/b] - 35x12.50 MT/R's siped on 15x7 Champion Beadlocks.
[b]Recovery[/b] - Warn XD9000i
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Unread 08-10-2004, 06:54 AM   #3
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I see what you are saying. So I would be better off going with 33s? What about going with the RE 3.5? I kinda figured that I would have a lot more to do if I went with 35s. If I went with 33s, what other mods would I have to make?
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2003 TJ Sport
Skyjacker 2" BB w/ Hydro Shocks
33x12.50 BFG M/Ts
15x10 Black rockcrawlers w/Sim-lock
Rear Trailer Hitch
Skyjacker steering stabilizer
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Unread 08-10-2004, 07:13 AM   #4
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Whats a good lift to get if I want to run with 33s with my 2"BB as well? I was looking at TeraFlex or RE, any suggestions?
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2003 TJ Sport
Skyjacker 2" BB w/ Hydro Shocks
33x12.50 BFG M/Ts
15x10 Black rockcrawlers w/Sim-lock
Rear Trailer Hitch
Skyjacker steering stabilizer
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