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Unread 05-23-2014, 12:45 AM   #1
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TJ Build Questions

So by the title y'all can probably guess that I'm new to Jeeps with my beautiful (yet stock) 98 Wrangler TJ. It is the SE model, with a 4 cyl engine and a 5-spd manual transmission.

I know I want to put a lift kit on it, probably somewhere between 3-4" above stock. I have been looking into Rough Country and was wondering what type of experience you all have had with a Rough Country lift, or if you had a better suggestion!

The next question I have is what kind of tires would anyone recommend, I have been pointed to Nitto Terra-grapplers and they seem like great tires for off-and-on-road driving, which is what I will be doing, so again any thoughts comments or recommendations please send my way.

Thanks for all the help!

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