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post #1 of 18 Old 03-06-2016, 01:26 PM Thread Starter
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tj's on 265 or 285 tires

Let's see some tj's with 265 or 285 tires only. If you have a lift please tell how much. Thanks

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post #2 of 18 Old 03-07-2016, 11:53 PM
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Good looking jeep! What gear ratio do you have? straight shift or automatic?
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2.5" suspension lift, 1.25 body lift, 285\75\16 Goodyear Duratracs
What trail is the 2nd and 3rd pictures from? I am headed back to Colorado this summer hopefully and looking for some more good trails.

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Good looking jeep! What gear ratio do you have? straight shift or automatic?
Thanks! Just put the 33s on about a month ago. Still have the stock 4.11 gears. I'll be regearing with 4.56 and rebuilding the axles soon. Running bigger tires with the 5 speed NV3550 manual tyranny resulted in slight drop in power on acceleration and hills. I could live with it but have a couple of seals leaking so I'm gonna do the regear.
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What trail is the 2nd and 3rd pictures from? I am headed back to Colorado this summer hopefully and looking for some more good trails.
That's Bunce School Road off of CO Hwy 7 near Allenspark. Ironclads is the leg you'll want to do off of Bunce School Road.


Here's a link to a great website on trails here. http://www.traildamage.com/
Middle St. Vain and Coney Flats are popular here. Hope you can make it out!
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That's Bunce School Road off of CO Hwy 7 near Allenspark. Ironclads is the leg you'll want to do off of Bunce School Road.


Here's a link to a great website on trails here. http://www.traildamage.com/
Middle St. Vain and Coney Flats are popular here. Hope you can make it out!
Thanks, traildamage.com is indeed a great site. Just fyi I did Saxon Mountain last year and the rock slide on the switch backs isn't bad but there is a huge bolder that is blocking 1/2 the trail. A TJ width vehicle can get around it but anything wider would be risky. I made it around with only slight damage to my rear drive wheel, like scraping a curb damage.

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