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Model:Wrangler Unlimited



Transfer Case:NP231

Front Axle:D30 lp

Rear Axle:D44

Axle Gear Ratio:3.73

Suspension:Rough Country 2.5" progressive spring w/ .75" spacer

Tires:33x12.50r15 Falken Wildpeak A/T's

Wheels:Stock Ravines 15x8

Armor:OR-FAB tube rear bumper, modified stock front

Recovery Gear:3"x30' Smittybuilt recovery strap

Accessories:Adjustabe front lower CA's, Rusty's Adj. front TB

Future Modifications:Adjustable contol arms w/ JJ's, MML, SYE and 'shaft, TT, maybe Novak cable shift, snorkel?

It's my DD and my family's offroad adventure machine. It drives pretty good but I wish I would of heard of JeepForum and read some buildups before I performed the lift. Live and learn, right?


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09-30-2015, 09:31 AM
Lift question
I just bought a 2006 Unlimited. It's all stock but I'm getting ready to do a small lift, wheels and tires. I was just told that a 2.5" Rough Country lift and gas shocks with progressive springs would ride better than stock. I saw that you said that you wish you would have seen the Jeep Forum before you did your lift, why is that? Are you not happy with it? Thanks for any help.

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