I have a 1998 TJ sport and i was wondering what kind of lift i should get for 33 inch tires, i am looking at the rough country 3.75 inch combo kit with 2.5 suspension lift and 1.25 inch body lift. Also maybe 1 or 1.5 inch coil spacers in the front to give it a nice squat. Please tell me what you think i should do.
RC makes a good product. If you cant go over 1000.00 then I would go with the RC 2.5" lift with the shock upgrade and then get a JKS body and motor mount lift . Get all that and then grab a slip yoke eliminator and a CV driveshaft as soon as you can afford it. That way you can get your belly up and really get the most for your money
Yeah lol i just got the Jeep and i want to get it lifted up as soon as possible, i didnt want to get random stuff and not know what i'm doing so i got on the jeep forum lol, i have the ax-15 transmission 5 speed manuel, i think the rear axel is a dana 44 but dont know for sure, i was working on it earlier today and the axel looked like it did have a drainage plug, i think the gear ratio is 3.73
Last edited by Smitty98TJ; 05-19-2010 at 08:13 PM..
Depending on your rear axle going to 35's requires a good amount of work. New gears, bigger breaks, new axles if you have a dana 35 rear, the list goes on. Running 33's can be achieved relatively cheaply going with a Budget boost and a 1" body lift. Add a tummy tuck to that and you have a nice rig. Good luck with the build. Do some searches around here, this same question gets asked about every day.