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Unread 06-11-2013, 12:12 AM   #1
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Photos of 2dr jk with 2"lift & 35's pease !

Hey guys i just want to get my head around of what a 2 inch lift with 35's would look like, if they fit.... Can you include specs such as price range and tyre type and measurements.

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Unread 06-11-2013, 02:17 AM   #2
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99% sure that that's what this is.

Photos are tankinyj's
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Unread 06-11-2013, 07:09 AM   #3
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if your looking to run 35s you will need to add some more info

what wheels are you running?
what tire width are you thinking of running?
what fenders are you running?
do you have a 2012+?

side note. most people run a 2.5 inch lift and 35s. if you want to run a little less lift, you will need to run a little more bumpstop length.
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Unread 06-11-2013, 07:38 AM   #4
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2.5" TeraFlex with 35" Pitbull Rockers.
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Unread 06-11-2013, 08:13 AM   #5
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This is a 2.5 spacer lift, with #19 coils added up front to counteract the bumper/winch weight and take out the rake (had 14s up front stock). Ill be moving to #57 rears from my 54s (have a 4 door JK too that Im moving to 61s from the 57s). BUT - those are 33x12.50 duratracs, not 35s. Its only 1 inch lower. 35s are cool - but this gets the job done, looks great, and it a little less stress on the front D30 axle....



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Unread 06-11-2013, 10:36 AM   #6
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2.5" TeraFlex with 35" Pitbull Rockers.
Oh man! Those pitbulls look nice.
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It will also depend on the lift. Different companies will net you more or less than advertised. See my build thread below for pictures of my 2 door with both a 2.5" Rough Country budget boost with 33 and 35 inch tires, and then with a Rock Krawler 2.5" X-Factor lift and 35" tires.
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This is a 2.5 spacer lift, with #19 coils added up front to counteract the bumper/winch weight and take out the rake (had 14s up front stock). Ill be moving to #57 rears from my 54s (have a 4 door JK too that Im moving to 61s from the 57s). BUT - those are 33x12.50 duratracs, not 35s. Its only 1 inch lower. 35s are cool - but this gets the job done, looks great, and it a little less stress on the front D30 axle....
Nice man ! How much would that setup with the 35s cost ?? Looks nice !
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2.5" TeraFlex with 35" Pitbull Rockers.
Yeah dude they look mint ! How much did that setup cost you ?
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if your looking to run 35s you will need to add some more info

what wheels are you running?
what tire width are you thinking of running?
what fenders are you running?
do you have a 2012+?

side note. most people run a 2.5 inch lift and 35s. if you want to run a little less lift, you will need to run a little more bumpstop length.
Well i want 35' and the wider the better, what will fit a 35? And i have an stock 08 with the stock fenders but i am thinking of slicing them on an angle....also i am in australia and i think the fenders need atleast as wide as the tyre.
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Nice man ! How much would that setup with the 35s cost ?? Looks nice !
Also 37's wouldnt fit on a 2.5 inch lift will it ??
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Yeah dude they look mint ! How much did that setup cost you ?
Yes we love the Pitbulls, we have 2 Jeeps and a RAM pickup running them..

2.5" TF lift - $458.00

5 - 35x12.50x17 Pit bull Rockers $360 ea = $1800

5 - Level 8 Trackers $135 ea = $675

Grand Total $2,933.00
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Yes we love the Pitbulls, we have 2 Jeeps and a RAM pickup running them..

2.5" TF lift - $458.00

5 - 35x12.50x17 Pit bull Rockers $360 ea = $1800

5 - Level 8 Trackers $135 ea = $675

Grand Total $2,933.00
Nice man cheers ! Pitbulls are definantly leading the race atm ! Lol
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2.5" TeraFlex with 35" Pitbull Rockers.
My question is how did you get your wife/gf to clean out the poop from the dog run? You must be a flippin genius.
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Nice man ! How much would that setup with the 35s cost ?? Looks nice !
I don't know about the 35s. My 33s, with the wheels, installed and replacement certs from discount tire was $1400.

the front springs are $33 each. The budget boost setup is about $200. front bumper and winch was
Highrock front bumper - $399
Q 9000 lb winch - $295

rear bumper - ebay - made by alan meacom, don't have a link, think it was $300
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