Just found another member's rig that I'm absolutely crazy about. The sweetest thing about it is, It's the least expensive option so far. Being that I'm already close to this type of set-up. I hope you don't mind me posting. Thanks. Attachment 103198
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Only because XJ's are more top heavy and dont look as cool standing high like a wrangler!!
XJ's are only marginally more top heavy if you're comparing a TJ with a soft top. With the hard top, I'd argue that the TJ is more top heavy. XJ's are lighter than TJ's. I would also disagree--if you're comparing an excessively tall TJ (over 6" of lift) on 35's with an XJ on 6" of lift on 35's, the XJ looks much cooler, but obviously that's a matter of opinion. I like XJ's due to the flat belly and massive amount of belly clearance that can be had with little lift and modest tires.
To add to my comment about physics being a fad--I'm serious. There is much more justification FOR a "lower" cog than against it.
Most people are only throwing big tires on a small lift and thats it. Most arnt moving anything up. They are throwing around the phrase and taking it away from the people doing a true LCG build.
Very well put! In my build I relocated the steering box, redid the steering and track bar, pushed the front axle forward 5", notched the frame a little for draglink clearance at full flex, sitting at about 3" lift over stock with a high pinion 60 that has a full 6" of uptravel and all 10" of droop on 16" coilovers and all on 40" Goodyear MTR's with 21" to the bottom of the frame rail at the belly. That to me is a true "LCG Build".
Just found another member's rig that I'm absolutely crazy about. The sweetest thing about it is, It's the least expensive option so far. Being that I'm already close to this type of set-up. I hope you don't mind me posting. Thanks.
Right on! Thanks for responding, awesome Jeep's. I've thought about tube fenders and I do like them. My only reservation is my LJ is still my daily driver. I guess it could still work but PLEASE keep the pic's and ideas coming. THANK YOU! Attachment 89317
I like this TJ's highline set up! They look like 38's,maybe 39's! Awesome. Attachment 89318