Originally Posted by danielbuck View Post
The biggest thing to remember is that Jeeps are a very personal thing and each and every Jeep owner has a differing view of how to built theirs.
Be it due to lack of experience or lack of funds sometimes corners are cut, that in the long run take more money to correct.
Once you move past 35" tires it isn't an easy thing to make a nice riding reliable and daily driveable Jeep that can also tackle any terrain you throw at it. It can be done, but takes a lot of work and some funds. I can Hammer at the Hammers and drive my put put to work the next day if I chose to do so. Done it more than once since I love put putting around with the big beast
My Tinkering and wheeling thread http://tinyurl.com/pbwdm5u