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post #1 of 16 Old 11-23-2008, 03:00 PM Thread Starter
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2WD WJ with big tires....

ok, got a 2wd WJ...want to see some pics of 2wd Wj's with a lift and bigger tires or non lifted with biggest possible tires...anything of that nature...thanks!

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post #2 of 16 Old 11-23-2008, 03:07 PM
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A 2wd WJ with a lift and big tires is pretty much going to look the same as a 4wd WJ with a lift and big tires.

Check here for pics--> http://www.jeepforum.com/forum/f197/lifted-zj-s-wj-s-picture-thread-536929/
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To each his own....who are you to judge?

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To each his own....who are you to judge?
Who are you to lecture me? It is internet, lay off.

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wow....gold jeep, slammed...truthfully not that bad, but it's still a jeep....they shouldn't go down...
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Who are you to lecture me? It is internet, lay off.

Everyone has there own taste. I lecture because you posted a pointless pictures trying to stir up the pot.

Grow up

Oh.. btw.......Your a Lifetime Supporter also, way to welcome the new guy's Good job

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Almost every time ''2wd'' is mentioned here on JF, this crap gets started .
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ok, so can either of you guys suggest a place to get a 2-2.5" lift for my 2WD? i know of all your basic jegs, summit, fabtech, skyjacker, etc. places....just wondering if there was somewhere cheaper..if not, oh well..
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ok, so can either of you guys suggest a place to get a 2-2.5" lift for my 2WD? i know of all your basic jegs, summit, fabtech, skyjacker, etc. places....just wondering if there was somewhere cheaper..if not, oh well..
To name a few:

http://www.kevinsoffroad.com/
http://ironrockoffroad.com/
http://www.rustysoffroad.com/

Try ebay too, you can find 2'' budget boost spacers there for cheap.
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Alright, thanks GibsJeep...i saw some of the 2" spacers, are they a pain to install...i am a newbie to the whole Jeep scene. been a ford man for a long time (F-150 4x4's and mustangs)....this is the first jeep i've ever owned. would of got a 4WD, but i picked my WJ up back home in TX at a price i couldn't resist a couple years ago..
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Alright, thanks GibsJeep...i saw some of the 2" spacers, are they a pain to install...
No not really......

To give you an idea:

http://www.nagca.com/grandtech/wjteraflex2lift.htm
http://www.kevinsoffroad.com/wj/wjin...stallwjbb.html
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To name a few:

http://www.kevinsoffroad.com/
http://ironrockoffroad.com/
http://www.rustysoffroad.com/

Try ebay too, you can find 2'' budget boost spacers there for cheap.
Ditto^^ A BB will do you fine if your just looking to clear bigger tires.

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All good info, thanks guys! The BB should be perfect for my 2WD. Although a 4" would look way better, the BB is what it suggest, a BB. Should be a little easier and take less time to install since I will be working with a 2WD.
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