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post #1 of 20 Old 09-13-2013, 09:13 PM Thread Starter
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Hey everyone, I am a new jeep owner and don't know too much. But in the picture below. Those red springs are the lifts right? Are they 4 Inches or what? I didn't get the I formation when I bought it. But I want to get some AT 35 inch tires. Will they fit?

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post #2 of 20 Old 09-13-2013, 09:14 PM
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That is a shock boot on a shock. The spring is to the right and looks like a spring.
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That is a shock boot on a shock. The spring is to the right and looks like a spring.
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Soooooo shock boots. Okay. So I do not have a lift? Sorry, I know I sound ****in stupid but you gotta start somewhere
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Cant tell from your pics if there is a lift or not. Fill out some jeep info in your profile and give us a little more to go on and I bet someone on here could get real close to telling you how much if any lift you have.
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Soooooo shock boots. Okay. So I do not have a lift? Sorry, I know I sound ****in stupid but you gotta start somewhere
One way to find an approximate lift height or if it stock is to measure the spring itself. 12 inches front and 8 rear are the stock height. Anything over would be lift.

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If you see tags attached to any of your coils, they are stock coils.
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What size tire do you currently have now, look on the side of the tire ?

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Looks like 2-2.5 inch lift. What brand, i don't know.

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I hope your talking about the tires. I may be reading it wrong. But they are bf goodrich
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post #14 of 20 Old 09-14-2013, 05:51 PM
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Lift, around here, usually refers to increase in height from springs, spacers or both. If you look a few posts up i posted how to figure out what your lift height is.

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Hey everyone, I am a new jeep owner and don't know too much. But in the picture below. Those red springs are the lifts right? Are they 4 Inches or what? I didn't get the I formation when I bought it. But I want to get some AT 35 inch tires. Will they fit?

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Before you go and throw some 35in tires on the jeep you need to first find out if your jeep is built to handle them... What gears do you have installed and what axles you are running? Throwing 35's on a dana 35 can run on the street...but will likely snap axle shafts doing anything other then street driving.. Also running factory gear sets will result in a very poor driving experience (no power) with 35in tires. I understand the want for bigger tires and what not but you got to build your jeep to handle them or else you will be breaking parts left and right.
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