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post #1 of 3 Old 03-27-2012, 09:43 AM Thread Starter
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2004 jeep grand cherokee wj lift help

Hello everyone I am newer to the forum and wanted to find out a few questions about lifting my grand Cherokee. I'm not always in the woods so it would mainly be for looks and I wanted to be able to tuck maybe 265s on my stock rims. But I'm not sure if I can get away with doing just a 2" coil spacer kit to tuck them under. As well would I need to do a transfer case drop? I've read a lot of yes's and no's. it's somewhat difficult to find some answers on the wj thanks

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post #2 of 3 Old 03-27-2012, 12:55 PM
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i have 265's on mine with aftermarket wheels on a 4" IRO lift and i rub quite a bit when i start getting to the max of my flex, i have a self fabricated bumper and still rub, but if you do 245's you should be more than good with the 2"bb or if you want to pay a little more IRO makes a 3" that seems to work great, with the 4" lift its recommended to do the t-case drop to keep all the angles of everything correct, but just a 2"bb you would be pretty safe without the t-case drop, i think the IRO 3" doesnt have a t-case drop even so you should be safe with that, those guys really know what they are doing when it comes to jeeps

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i have 265's on mine with aftermarket wheels on a 4" IRO lift and i rub quite a bit when i start getting to the max of my flex, i have a self fabricated bumper and still rub, but if you do 245's you should be more than good with the 2"bb or if you want to pay a little more IRO makes a 3" that seems to work great, with the 4" lift its recommended to do the t-case drop to keep all the angles of everything correct, but just a 2"bb you would be pretty safe without the t-case drop, i think the IRO 3" doesnt have a t-case drop even so you should be safe with that, those guys really know what they are doing when it comes to jeeps
Thanks weber20 I appreciate it I've always done the wheeling on my past two jeeps stock and I figured maybe it was time to join the modded crew lol I think I'm gonna find a nice 245 and just stay away from the 265s for now....
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