Don't allow your girlfriend to where her high heels.
Gray 99 Laredo with '04 driveline wap. Tons of fun coming soon. Steel bumpers. 5 1/2" IRO coils, IRO adj. track bar. Rancho RS9000 Addco rear sway. 2"x.250" DOM long arms with johny joints. Custom A-arm with ball joint delete (J-joint). JK Moab wheels/ 33x 12.5 x 17 Cooper SST. Bushwacker Flares.
well i allready got the tires i like and i just want the 2" lift to fit them better. i'm 16 and my dad doesnt want me to "go crazy" with mods. but thats mostly because he thinks that any kind of lift will screw up the fuel efficiency and he thinks its more complicated than it actually is. he also thinks it will mess up the steering column. would it?
You can easily fit 35s with the right back spacing just as long as you don't love your flares. And as for the lifted look, why not use a bodylift? Your dad can't say **** then, and it will look good, fit bigger rubber and not affect handling (as much) keeps your centre of gravity low. Probably cost like $80 to get a bodylift kit or make one
I'm 19 and i've been building lifted 4x4s and worked on the "low and slow" (well not so slow.. Evos and M3...) since i was 16 and can give you this advice, PAY IT OFF before you build it even if the moneys to you're father because you don't want to blow all your money makin it go up then be stuck when he takes the keys. And most defiantly research everything before you buy. But as far as lifts and loans i'm in the same boat so good luck and do it right!
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Just stop trying to look cool and go out and lift it. Not trying to be harsh but the amount of time trying to deceive people to think ur lifted u could have put a lift kit in. Personally I think lifting a yj is pointless. Xj, zj, tj way to go