hit it with a hammer
[URL="[url]http://www.jeepforum.com/forum/f22/wanted-xj-875786/#post10031031[/url]"][url]http://www.jeepforum.com/forum/f22/wanted-xj-875786/#post10031031[/url][/URL] -[FONT="Arial Black"][B][I][U][SIZE="3"][COLOR="Green"]1UMF[/COLOR][/SIZE][/U][/I][/B][/FONT] a really slow build. bruised and never left the street
[COLOR="SeaGreen"]WTB: rear bumper/tire carrier,31" tires,armor[/COLOR]
I have a 97 xj with 31's on 17 inch rims right now and i want to cut the front fenders, trim and fold the rears then put on some bushwackers. I am going to regear and upgrade to a ford 8.8 in the rear so I am going to put 33's on just want to see how it looks.
My jeep started with a 3.5 rustys rear pack and 3 coils in front. When I did my 8.8 my rear gained another 1.5".... also the 8.8 is longer and mine does not require a SYE, it actually fixed the problem from when I did the lift. Hope it helps...
"Only two things are infinite, the universe and human stupidity, and I'm not sure about the former. "
Originally Posted by N2Fix
"somewhere between really crappy and kind-of-crappy gas mileage."
I'v noticed it seems like people are chopping there fenders more often for the lcog. I like it cuz I want a street/trail truck so lcog is better. just bolting on a "lift kit and 35s" is kid stuff. chopping fenders is commitment. The yellow wagoneer with the chevy 502 with like 40" tires with no lift and cut out fenders in the jp magazine changed me to a lcog believer.
plottin my build as you read sukka!
Last edited by 1997xj2dr; 11-27-2010 at 11:12 PM..
Reason: spelling bad
Anybody not hack their fenders and just run the Xenons for the XJ. I think they look sick on a TJ but have not seen any pics of an XJ. I want to run 3in lift and xenons and run 33s but I could live with 32s.