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post #91 of 455 Old 02-25-2013, 06:06 PM Thread Starter
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Please run 37s on the c8.25 and tell me how it goes, if it works out I might try it too!

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I will be honest I would do it on stock shafts too, Im not skeered.

Only on the 29 spline though i would be skeered if it were on the 27 spline

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post #92 of 455 Old 02-25-2013, 06:12 PM
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I will be honest I would do it on stock shafts too, Im not skeered.
Kasey has broke an 8.25 shaft on 36s. I've broke Dana 30 shafts. Kasey has broke a lot of 30 shafts. But since you drive like a girl, you'll be fine. And how the hell do you have this many pages and like 5 pics?
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Ok so im due for my Tax refund and a good check this week from work so im going forward with my build. Im going to order my tube fenders with some of the money. I cant decide between two styles they have $100 difference between them. They are pre built and fully welded i believe. There is the hood-line with no flare would be 200 (shipped free) and the hood-line with a three inch flare is 300 (no including 50 for shipping that I may be able to get waved). I am going to run it on the road but Im not worried about the po po.
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Kasey has broke an 8.25 shaft on 36s. I've broke Dana 30 shafts. Kasey has broke a lot of 30 shafts. But since you drive like a girl, you'll be fine. And how the hell do you have this many pages and like 5 pics?
I drive like i have a head. Thats how i have kept up with you in most parts at Crozet unlocked. but now that Im locked ill do even better.
I have this many pages CAUSE IM AWESOME!
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post #95 of 455 Old 02-25-2013, 06:21 PM
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I like the flared version better.
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I like the flared version better.
Im leaning towards thoes, but id hate to lay it into something and crush them.
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post #97 of 455 Old 02-25-2013, 06:46 PM
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Ok so im due for my Tax refund and a good check this week from work so im going forward with my build. Im going to order my tube fenders with some of the money. I cant decide between two styles they have $100 difference between them. They are pre built and fully welded i believe. There is the hood-line with no flare would be 200 (shipped free) and the hood-line with a three inch flare is 300 (no including 50 for shipping that I may be able to get waved). I am going to run it on the road but Im not worried about the po po.
I say the hood line fenders, those are the ones I am getting for my YJ. Do you have a tire picked out yet?

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And how the hell do you have this many pages and like 5 pics?
I know right? Maybe I'll change the title of my build to "LCOG TJ leaf spring build" just for the views!

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I say the hood line fenders, those are the ones I am getting for my YJ. Do you have a tire picked out yet?

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Im between three the BFG KM2, Goodyear Wrangler MT/R, and Pro comp XTreem MT. It will probably be the KM2 for road drivability purposes. I haven't heard too much on the MT/Rs I have wheeled with a few guys that run them and they seem pretty well made.
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Comps are cheap

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I know right? Maybe I'll change the title of my build to "LCOG TJ leaf spring build" just for the views!

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haha Its what its going to be in a few months what its done, Springs in the front and Reversed XJ Leafs in the back.
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Comps are cheap

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I know and the run frequent sales. Do you know what kind of mileage i should expect from them? i haven't done much research on them.
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5-10 k less than km2s but at the price they aren't to bad. And they are just renamed coopers

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5-10 k less than km2s but at the price they aren't to bad. And they are just renamed coopers

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Yeah I love my KM2's. completely silent on road and do well in the terrain I wheel in.

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Im between three the BFG KM2, Goodyear Wrangler MT/R, and Pro comp XTreem MT. It will probably be the KM2 for road drivability purposes. I haven't heard too much on the MT/Rs I have wheeled with a few guys that run them and they seem pretty well made.
MT/R's will wear the best. They will also be a true 35" tire. KM2's run small, and so do my Pro Comps.
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