Originally Posted by mtnmarc
nice wj on 37s and 4 inches of lift. ive been debating putting my 37s on at 4 inches.
can i see some more pictures of the rear? my 35s rub wheeling now.
They are 4" springs but I stripped the rear down (fuel tank is where the back seat use to be, I cut out the spare tire holder, removed the trailer hitch) so it sits higher than 4" in a stock WJ. At 45psi with trimmed fenders the tires do not rub (the control arms radius the axle perfectly around the forward edge of the wheel well) but I haven't tired airing them down yet. I will take some pictures for you Monday...
2013 JKU Rubicon 6spd: ARB Dana 44 covers F&R, Expedition One front bumper & swaybar skid, Hella driving lamps, JKS adjustable track bars F&R, MBRP SS off-road exhaust, OME HD springs and shocks, OME relocated SS, Rock Hard 4x4 gas tank skid, Rock Hard 4x4 oil pan skid, Rock Hard 4x4 rock sliders, Rock Hard 4x4 transfer case skid, Spidertrax wheel spacers, Superwinch LP8500 Gen 1
2002 Subaru WRX: Cobb intake, Mishimoto aluminum radiator, Kartboy short throw shifter and bushings
1960 CJ-6: Never ending project rig
JKUR - [url]http://www.jeepforum.com/forum/f96/jopolly3s-jkur-build-thread-1522982/[/url]
CJ6 - [url]http://www.jeepforum.com/forum/f8/jopolly3s-cj6-build-thread-1347975/[/url]
WJ - [url]http://www.jeepforum.com/forum/f197/jopolly3s-wj-build-thread-lauren-1033184/[/url]
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