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post #76 of 163 Old 03-07-2011, 01:22 PM
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That 3" BL is gross.
To each there own Man, I could just as easily point out something on your Jeep that looks like **** but I won't.

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post #77 of 163 Old 03-07-2011, 01:52 PM
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To each there own Man, I could just as easily point out something on your Jeep that looks like **** but I won't.
So you admit that your BL looks like ****. Acknowledging you have a problem is the first step.

Why are you running such an excessive BL anyway when you have a suspension lift?
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post #78 of 163 Old 03-07-2011, 02:41 PM
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So you admit that your BL looks like ****. Acknowledging you have a problem is the first step.

Why are you running such an excessive BL anyway when you have a suspension lift?
A relative newbie to the whole jeep thing and after reading lots on the boards and looking things over that is the route I took. Granted I should Have stuck to the 2 inch but live and learn right. My main concern at this point is not the body lift and how others think it looks it is wondering if my stock axles are going to hold up to the 35's and getting it regeared as soon as possible. the 4:11 make 5th gear worthless.
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post #79 of 163 Old 03-07-2011, 02:45 PM
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Why are you running such an excessive BL anyway when you have a suspension lift?
Everyone has their own taste. He could of easily ask you why your running such a cheap lift on a TJ. It doesn't matter as long as you like whats on your jeep.
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post #80 of 163 Old 03-07-2011, 02:51 PM
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Thanks ForumKing myself I have just been using the forum for information purposes, not into childish kid games and mud slinging. You know mines better then yours because horse crap. Leave that for the young punks who are still looking to impress there newest prized catch.
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post #81 of 163 Old 03-07-2011, 03:40 PM
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Everyone has their own taste. He could of easily ask you why your running such a cheap lift on a TJ. It doesn't matter as long as you like whats on your jeep.
Technically it's a "free lift" since it was on the Jeep when I bought it (insert smiley face double-bird here). Had you looked a little closer you would see that I'm only running half of it, and soon to be less than that...but thanx for playing.

BTW, what lift do you have?
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post #82 of 163 Old 03-07-2011, 04:20 PM
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Blah, blah, blah

The 3" body lift looks like poop, who cares, the jeep shouldn't have even been in this post since it's 7" of lift with 35's big deal lets get over it.

Most of you are running 35" tires without lockers or decent gearing, an ugly body lift is the least of your problems.

bhunter827 this is one of the most gentle off road forums around, stay away from pirate 4x4, you could have just as easily let his comment go without replying.

So everyone quit whining and post pictures of jeeps with 4" of lift and 35" tires.

2001 TJ 4.6 Auto 4.5" AEV suspension 35's
2002 TJ 4.0 Manual 3" BDS suspension 33's
1987 Chevy 1 Ton 12" suspension 44's
1970 Cutlass 442 468CID TH400
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post #83 of 163 Old 03-07-2011, 06:14 PM
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I have a 4" suspension and 1" BL with 35s. I know its not 4" but whats an extra inch
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post #84 of 163 Old 03-07-2011, 06:37 PM
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4in rough country springs flex joint rustys upper and lower control arms 1in BL 35x12.50/17 MTZs. Rock krawler rear 4 link ordered today.

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"4.5 suspension "1bl on 35s
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Not safe without adjustable control arms? I've been running that way for over a year on 35's. There on my " To Do" list but one thing at a time. Having the strength and adjustability is the way to go by far keeping everything correct but I don't see it unsafe to go without until it they can be bought. I'll be the first to say the stock arms suck and are weak but for a DD on 35's there ok. Now having upgraded steering and braking with larger tires I agree with 100%. Gearing just makes life much eaiser and more fun on/off road. That was the best $ I ever spent by far.
Reading comprehension my friend.......

The safety comment had nothing to do with adjustable control arms.
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post #87 of 163 Old 03-07-2011, 09:16 PM
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Technically it's a "free lift" since it was on the Jeep when I bought it (insert smiley face double-bird here). Had you looked a little closer you would see that I'm only running half of it, and soon to be less than that...but thanx for playing.
Hey, whatever you gotta tell yourself.


2003X, I love the way your set up looks. Tires fit nicely on that lift.
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2003X, I love the way your set up looks. Tires fit nicely on that lift.
Thank you.
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post #89 of 163 Old 03-07-2011, 10:42 PM
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Reading comprehension my friend.......

The safety comment had nothing to do with adjustable control arms.


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If you don't have the cabbage to get adjustable control arms, you don't have the funds to run 35's safely.
I think I comprehended what you typed very well

You may have been referring to the steering/brakes but it didn't come out that way............no biggie I know what ya ment

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