Originally Posted by FarmerinVA
TrueTrac ($450) plus upgraded shafts ($330) plus install kit ($50). Do it yourself. You'll be astounded by the improvement in your Jeep and it should handle 32s with no problem. Many people run this setup with 33s.
I run it on 31s and love it. LOVE IT. I would like 32s but the expense of moving from 31s to 32s (lift, regear, new wheels for backspacing) just hasn't been worth it to me yet.
Buy used parts...trutrac, some 27 spline chromoly shafts, thick diff cover to help a bit with the center section flexing and call it good. Stick with light tires, alloy wheels, and not stuck way out wide and youll be fine on 32s and 33s. Ive been beating the **** out of that setup for a while with 32s and 33x1050s on stock wheels and no issues. I do carry spare shafts and tools to swap them.
Dont pay full price for d35 parts, there are way to many out there being sold for cheap when people go bigger