Google DIY beadlocks and youll get a few companies that make them. If you know how to mig weld, its very easy to install. A set will cost around $225 +shipping, got mine from diybeadlocks.com. The only issue with them is i doubt they are very streetable. I have them on my cherokee which is strictly a trail rig, so i have not attempted to balance them. Im assuming they will be near impossible to get right. Dyna beads may help, but i dont know how much. In any sense, on a trail rig, these things are a great mod to have. Even with the cost of the locks and wheels, its still cheaper than buying a set of bead lock wheels and they work just as well.
1996 Jeep Cherokee- Project-- Rusty's 8in long arm, SYE kit, Teraflex driveshaft, Cragar soft 8's 15x10 with 33x12.5 Firestone Destination MT's, Eaton Tru Trac in the front
No, they're extended. I haven't fully tested but it looks like the tire can get dangerously close to the hard line. But I could be wrong.
Originally Posted by AM92
And you still rub at 4.5?
The tires hit the fender liners while turning on flat ground so I ripped them out. They hit all over inside the wheel well with the sway bar unhooked, hence me cutting and bending all the pinch seams and cutting the fenders. Still a tight fit when fully stuffed as you can see.
The rear has plenty of room so far.
I had to take this from totally stock to its present form in 3 weeks so testing wasn't much of an option until now.
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