Originally Posted by wj4play View Post
To many garages are used as an oversized storage room. Garages should be used for jeep parts.
*Project Yeti* 99 JGC Limited 4.7 w/6.5" Rockkrawler LA & IRO A-arm, Goodyear MTR 35's on MB TKO's, 4.56 Yukon's, Iceland Offroad Bumper/Flares/Sliders, Protofab Rear Carrier, SuperChips, Uniden/Firestick, Flowmaster, Smittybilt 8k Synthetic Line Winch.
My Jeep is Organic - Undercoated in 100% all natural Utah Dirt --- Utah Jeep Crew #49 ~Will
2012 JeepForum GCOTY --- Project Yeti Build Thread
might be just the picture angle.. but the camber angle looks off. either way, looks good! can't wait to see this thing in some wheeling pictures.
06 LJ Rubi / 97 TJ / 04 WJ
Oct '12 GCOTM
Originally Posted by dillonjm View Post
2002 WJ Limited 4.7: 6" Clayton REALLY long arms....yep, they are longer than yours SOLD : (
1998 Platinum 5.9 DD
2007 WK Overland 5.7 wifes DD
"In a world that he did not create, but he will go through it as if it is his own creation. Half man, half beast, whatever it is it is weird, it is ticked off and it calls itself Slash"
Originally Posted by adavis39 View Post
1 Ton WJ Build In Progress
The Daily: 2011 Chevy Cruze Eco - Trifecta tuned and 37+ MPG
Wife's Jeep: 2006 WK Overland - OME HD Lift, 265/70/17 BFG AT's, 1.25" SpiderTrax wheel spacers, 3" Gibson Cat-Back
North Alabama Jeep
42RE Vent Mod - Seal your transmission!
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The Jeep Wave. Bringing it back.
How much more backspacing do you think you could add without having the hub stick out past the wheel? Whats the width on those wheels as well? Just wondering for future plans of my own. Im really the stance at 5" backspacing though.
Originally Posted by TJSWJ View Post
You could maybe go another inch or so if you could find wheels that have that, rough wag. The tires are about 2-3" beyond the hub now.
13 GC Overland - 5.7, stock
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