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post #31 of 116 Old 09-07-2009, 09:29 PM
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what about 3.07's 37's and an automatic?


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post #32 of 116 Old 09-07-2009, 11:08 PM
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Lol. How's your steering, brakes and unit bearings holding up
They are all broken, is that what you want to hear.

























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post #33 of 116 Old 09-07-2009, 11:22 PM
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They are all broken, is that what you want to hear.
Actually what I want to hear is that you feel comfortable enough with what you're running to make a convincing statement to encourage others to do the same and still sleep at night.

I do a lot of stuff I wouldn't encourage others to do and I'm pretty careful about which garden path I like to lead folks down, but then again, that sort of stuff matters a lot to me? How about you?

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I hear you mrblaine, you have lots of experience with this stuff. I really dont want to get in an argument here. Just stating what I run.

What I know is I have been running them for about 2 years with no issues. That is what I know.

I also agree that is is at the limit of what a 44 can handle. When it breaks I will go bigger.

In fact I am fairly sure I have seen more people with problems with 35s on a 35.

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I hear you mrblaine, you have lots of experience with this stuff. I really dont want to get in an argument here. Just stating what I run.

What I know is I have been running them for about 2 years with no issues. That is what I know.

I also agree that is is at the limit of what a 44 can handle. When it breaks I will go bigger.

In fact I am fairly sure I have seen more people with problems with 35s on a 35.
I've seen more gunshot deaths due to guns than not. But I'm not really sure how that's relevant to the question at hand.

I work on a lot of rigs and I see stuff all the time that I'd never run, yet the owner's were and are quite happy to do so and never even batted an eye even when I point it out to them. Point being, if there's a goose and a gander standing there trying on clothes, it may not always be one size fits all and without any qualifiers, you, by stating what you've run for how long without issues may just sound like a glowing recommendation to someone. If that was your intent, then by all means, carry on.

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Glad he posted. Not saying I'm going to do it but I alwYs hear about the limitations of the 44 from people who haven't tried it so this thread is about looking for the people who have


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Glad he posted. Not saying I'm going to do it but I alwYs hear about the limitations of the 44 from people who haven't tried it so this thread is about looking for the people who have
Well, I've never eaten a turd sandwich, but I wouldn't have a problem recommending not to try it.

But I'm sure someone out there will post that they regularly eat turd sandwiches with no problems...

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Well, I've never eaten a turd sandwich, but I wouldn't have a problem recommending not to try it.

But I'm sure someone out there will post that they regularly eat turd sandwiches with no problems...
lol. thats funny. this thread it getting good.

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so 37s ona 2.5L auto with a stock D35 & 3.07s is cool then? is that what youre saying......?

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Good lord you guys are crazy.


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Good lord you guys are crazy.
Thats what you get on here, I have been running 35" with 373s with a 3sd auto sents 2002 when I bought the Jeep, and love it, 37s with 410 will be close to the same, but don't do it!

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I have thought about this...not much mind you...probably due to my attention span...

I have a TJ with Rubi axles..4:10 and an auto 3 speed...3.5 inch RE lift with a 1 inch body lift...

Will soon be fitting the Metal Cloak tube fenders..will easily have room for 37's....have been very tempted..regardless as to what my wife says...bigger (that's me)..ahhh never mind...

I'm thinking of putting my 35's which are on my buddies Jeep that use to be mine under my TJ and lose the 1 inch body lift
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Anybody done/doing it? How's the power? How's the wear ?
Why do you want to run 37s?

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Why do you want to run 37s?
****s and giggles?

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****s and giggles?
thats a perfectly logical reason

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