Join Date: May 2009
Location: The Republic of Dave
My own decision kind of got made from a few outside-the-forum discussions I had today. I'm going to stay at stock height and run 35's (high clearance fender) and begin working over my 44's as money allows. Alloy shafts in the rear - maybe a locker change there as well - and probably the RCV alloy shafts in the front. Upgrade the knuckles, heavier steering...I'm not sure what else. I'll truss both ends, I think...it's not just the shafts that are weaker in the TJ 44's. By the time I'm done with all of that, my 35's should be worn down and if I can replace them with 37's if I am doing wheeling that demands a larger tire. That's the most sensible plan I can come up with.
If it's worth doing, then it's worth overdoing.
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