those axles are sick i cant wait im hpin to do spring over and d60s so its guna be a huge jeep its a shame you arnt up at purdue anymore i havnt wheeled with anyone from the forums no very many jeeps as all my northern hillbilly friends have pickups so
Who knows what will happen. Go ahead and post those coilover specs if you want Brian, they may come in handy sometime down the road!
So I've been giving my gearing choice some thought today. I was originally going to do 5.13, but now I'm thinking 5.38. I figured since it's no longer my DD, I can afford to have a deeper ratio if I wanted. Plus after doing some tire size to rpm and gear ratio calculations, it came out to be pretty darn close to stock with the 37s and 5.38s. So I think I might go with 5.38s.
well if you order tires then that kind of limits your choices on whatr wheels just saying not meaning to rain on your parade
He is going 17s, we already know that. Just get beadlocks, you will be running 37s.
And for specs on coilovers, here is what I found out.
For coilovers, reservior is the way to go. If you go foa, get the billet preload, billet cap qith replacable heims and the 90 degree swivel . High temp seals are optional, depends if you are going to be drive baja style with them. (I will ) As far as valving, Cody hasn't got back to me yet but seems for mainly rockcrawling, med is the way to go on both but don't quote me on that. I am still trying to figure that out. And for springs on the WJ, 250/300. That is what SaturnICL ran on his WJ both front and rear.
And my plan is 14" coilovers front and rear. Cody runs claytons on his zj and said that is max amount of travel you get out of it.