Wow.. She is only your GF, and already carries the balls.
I wanted to lift it just as much, too. Plus the stock stuff was waay to soft. Don't know if that's how it normally was or if the struts were on their last leg. Lots better now with the stiffer springs.
Wow shes a keeper! I bought my fiancee a wj and the first question she asked was if her 22's would fit. Ill pm you later tonight about it, gonna spend some time with my daughter before she goes to bed.
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get coilovers. the adjustability of them makes ride height, rebound and stiffness have endless possibilities.
Seriously thinking about it now. One of the reasons for wanting to keeping the springs at first was because I thought I would have at least had the axles geared and locked already. So it was more of a budget of time than anything. But the timeline has obviously gotten pushed out. And with it probably getting done when it's warm, I'd rather do it big. I'm looking over the Fox coilovers right now.
Originally Posted by ashland82391
Holy crap those lights are awsome! How much were they and where did you get them?
Thanks man! I got them from BJs Offroad. They were like $500 for everything. I'm actually thinking about getting the 100W HID upgrade kit. It would make the 35W HIDs look like nothing. Kind of want to get with the 170 LF's when I get a new bumper though.
IRO 6.5" lift, IRO Front long arms, rear iro adj upper a arm and adj rear lower, custom 4x4 fab front bumper, rough country winch, 15" crager soft 8's, procomp 35-12.50 tire, fenders trimmed KOR light bar, malone roof rack