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New Milford NJ

Jeep Information



Engine:5.7 Hemi

Transmission:M-B W5A580

Transfer Case:Quadra-Drive II NV245 transfer case

Suspension:2" Rough Country Suspension Lift

Tires:265 70 17

Wheels:Stock Limited Chrome


Accessories:Rear Entertainment System

Future Modifications:Light Bar, Bull Bar, Safari Rack

My baby, a work in progress


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View cwolfe's Jeep
11-11-2012, 06:24 PM
tire size with lift
Hi I noticed your tire size and I was wondering if you had to do the 2 inch lift or was that just what you wanted to do. I'm a little new to lifts, and I want to put on the same size tires and rims that you have. I was thinking of doing a front end leveling kit. Do you know if that would work?

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View fuzzy94's Jeep
11-13-2012, 09:16 AM
Its a two inch Rough Country Lift. I believe that a leveling kit should allow enough clearance to allow for the 265 70 17s, however the upper ball joint bolt will need to be cut to prevent contact with the larger tire. Heres the link for the lift I used

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