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post #61 of 225 Old 01-19-2010, 12:21 PM
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I guarantee you it doesnt sit higher. It is just the angle of the pics

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post #62 of 225 Old 01-19-2010, 12:29 PM
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Well, maybe not higher when i look at another pic but about the same.




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Well, maybe not higher when i look at another pic but about the same.



I will have to say that the blue TJ looks mean as hell with the TSL's
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Bump.....for more pics
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post #66 of 225 Old 03-05-2010, 06:49 AM
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Here's mine with my new Valentines present.... 2" coil spacers and 33x12.5 Duratracs...


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2 inch BDS lift.
coil spacers up front (the rear sits a bit higher due to my 8.8 axle) and 33x12.5 tires.









you sure thats a 2 inch lift? because i have the rc 2.5 lift and 33's but doesn't look like that much space in between the wheel wells and tire idk lol looks good though

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Bump...anyone running OME 2.5 or 2 inch HD springs and 33's?
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Late post but just now got them on.

33x10.5 R15 BFG KM2
15x8 Pro Comp 7069's

2 1/2" spacer lift only










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post #70 of 225 Old 03-08-2010, 09:41 PM
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RC 2.5" lift - 6 cylinder springs
BFG A/T - 33x10.5

no spacers or BL


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Late post but just now got them on.

33x10.5 R15 BFG KM2
15x8 Pro Comp 7069's

2 1/2" spacer lift only


Hey RockRubi how are the road manners of the km2's? I'm torn between them and the at's. Do they hum loud on the highway? Your rig looks sick by the way!
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you sure thats a 2 inch lift? because i have the rc 2.5 lift and 33's but doesn't look like that much space in between the wheel wells and tire idk lol looks good though

thanks for the compliments, and yup, it's a 2 inch BDS.

when we installed the 8.8 we found that it sat higher on the rear and gave the Jeep a rake. Installed coil spring spacers up front.

it's not perfectly set up for off-roading but it does the job.
never got around to correctly setting up the bumpstops in the rear.
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Hey Stoked99, do you have side view pictures and how does that 2.5L handle those 33's?
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Hey Stoked99, do you have side view pictures and how does that 2.5L handle those 33's?
Here you go - and the 4 banger handles them surprisingly well. I was worried from all the horror stories I heard but I can easily cruise along at 65 mph and get 19 mpg (yes my speedometer is correct). I do have an intake, bored out throttle body, exhaust, and chip on it though, so that may help slightly.


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