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NotDirtyEnough 11-13-2009 11:49 PM

BLACK! XJ's lets see em'
about to put atleast 1k on lift and tires for my black 2001 xj... let me see yours.. im thinkin around 3'' w/ 31's or 4.5'' w 31's what do you guys say? its gonna be my daily driver with some off roading mostly just on beaches and mud boggin, trails etc. no rock crawling ... what wud u guys suggest i get?

sickness 11-14-2009 12:07 AM

http:// date is not accurate i'm just to lazy to fix the date everytime i have to put new batteries in.

sbrunner 11-14-2009 12:37 AM

stevieboy 11-14-2009 07:20 AM

Here you go. It is probably sitting at around 4.5". I started with the Rough Country 3" Series II lift, have since added ACOS, RC Ext. shackles and RC X-Flex LCA's. Tires are 265/70R 15 on MT Classic Locks-3 5/16 BS.

LIsurfcasters 11-14-2009 07:58 AM

my xj
Rubicon Express everything

Suspension: 3.5" RE superflex w/full leafs RE monotube shocksTires: pro comp xtreme a/t 31x10.5Wheels: 15x8 cragar soft 8Accessories: RE gen.2 sway bar disconnects

NotDirtyEnough 11-14-2009 09:53 AM

dont forget to tell me your lift size and tire size pleasssse!!

ChewyXJ 11-14-2009 10:29 AM

Specs are in my sig.
I'll see if I can't dig up some better pics.

1996BlackXJ 11-14-2009 11:16 AM

ksander 11-14-2009 11:42 AM

RE 3.5 on 31 GY MTR's

pyrothugg 11-14-2009 03:29 PM

**** my picture didnt post......

pyrothugg 11-14-2009 03:32 PM in my opinion man, go bigger. 31's limit you.however im not in anyway knocking them thats what i started out with on my 1st lift. heres my only black xj also my smallest one but anyway it has a 7.5 inch rubicon express lift, with a clayton hard arm longarm conversion, and 35 inch km2's

NotDirtyEnough 11-14-2009 04:05 PM

hey i mean i would love to go bigger if money was no object id put it up 8 inches and run 38's but im a college student and i only can work 20 hours a week.. ive got around $1000 in my account and i just had to pay $375 in bills (phone, gym, tv, and other crap) fml

what do you guys think i should do with around $1000.. maybe $1200

pyrothugg 11-14-2009 04:15 PM

trust me i know what you mean about money but for a grand you can go bigger. or you could save and get everything at once. its all in personal prefrence really i mean when it comes to money i hear you i just lost my job and im overwhelmed with bills and to top it off i rolled last week and i hydro locked to top that off my rig also happens to be my daily driver. talk about complicating finding a job. yeah i know where you are coming from. look at where you can save money such as using stock jk shocks instead of buying offroad shocks you can save money there and they work great with a 4.5 inch lift or whatever it is for 31's theres a lot of write ups on it. and i mean if you save money on a kit that doesnt come with shocks you could maybe get a better brand of kit or just do a mix and match of different kits. in all honesty if your on a tight budget the junkyard is your best friend and you really can build a decent lift from a junkyard for under a couple hundred bux if that. that leaves money for a decent set of wheels and tires or maybe a locker or well anything really and hell since you live in new york which isnt that far from pa. if you ever want to go to a junk yard or talk about lifts let me know and id be glad to help you out man.

sickness 11-14-2009 04:19 PM

so i know that the tires are 33x12.5x15 not 100% sure on the llift hight but i think it is somme thing like 4.5" or 5"

thetank 11-15-2009 01:27 PM

heres my 98 with 6.5in rc lift with controll arm drops, sye cv dshaft. its on 35/12.5/15 ssrs
here it is with rustys 3in and 31/11.5/15 ltbs
and heres my old 92 xj painted flat black on rustys 3in and the 31s

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