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post #16 of 26 Old 09-10-2012, 05:45 PM
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Where did you buy your kit? I haven't found any kits that are around 3".
Go to JeepinOutfitters or DPGOffroad.


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post #17 of 26 Old 09-11-2012, 05:56 PM
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Your biggest factor in how your XJ rides comes down to the shocks. White shocks are going to ride $h!tty. Never had OME's but if you go with a well known shock company, like Bilstein, you will definitely notice a difference. As for springs, springs are springs other than spring rates, but don't run Rusty's cause everything they make sucks.
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I want to call dpg and talk to them about what i need for my jeep but they close at 5 and they're not open on the weekend. I like their 3" ome kit but i dont think i need the quick disconnects because the most my jeep will see is probably driving on the beach. The main reason for the lift is because im 6'6" and i tower over it and i want to make it look like a more modern suv, at stock height its not much taller than a subaru wagon.
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I want to call dpg and talk to them about what i need for my jeep but they close at 5 and they're not open on the weekend. I like their 3" ome kit but i dont think i need the quick disconnects because the most my jeep will see is probably driving on the beach. The main reason for the lift is because im 6'6" and i tower over it and i want to make it look like a more modern suv, at stock height its not much taller than a subaru wagon.
I'm 5'8" and I'm still taller than my 3" and 31s.

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I'm 5'8" and I'm still taller than my 3" and 31s.
That's cause you have a RC lift. My RE 3.5" on 33's sits at 6' at the roof

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post #21 of 26 Old 09-15-2012, 10:55 AM
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That's cause you have a RC lift. My RE 3.5" on 33's sits at 6' at the roof

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you probably netted about 4 to 4.5 right? and you have 33s. so that makes sense.. I got 3.5 lift and only have 31s. if I had 33s it'd be taller than me.

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The 33's only give 1" more height over 31's. I netted 4" but my Xj does have a decent bit of armor

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The 33's only give 1" more height over 31's. I netted 4" but my Xj does have a decent bit of armor

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I don't know what 33s and 31s you measured but I know different brands of tires measure different heights. my buddy has 31s his are about a half inch taller than mine.

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It is simple to figure out a tire that is 2" taller overall will only give you 1" once mounted on the vehicle It does not matter which brand you compare

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now how does that work?

and what I mean is tread. I've seen other companies with deeper tread making tires a little taller.

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now how does that work?

and what I mean is tread. I've seen other companies with deeper tread making tires a little taller.
Most mud tires have between 19 and 23/32nds tread depth.

Read the thread in the link it will help you understand my point.

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