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post #1 of 6 Old 04-07-2021, 02:50 PM Thread Starter
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Does This Jeep Have A Lift Kit?

Could anyone let me know what they think about this Jeep having a lift on it? If so how much?

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post #2 of 6 Old 04-08-2021, 06:15 PM
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well hard to say really its a JLU they can run about a 33" tire stock i think. I dont see much UP travel before fender contact hard to say what they did to it. Not much, wasted money on those wheels, dont pay extra for them. The wheels are way to over size for a jeep it wont ride well. Not like a Jl or any real jeep has IFS to smooth the ride out. Could go with high dollar shocks to try and make it better but.....Jeep really wont need more then a 17" wheel and rides better on them them any 20" or 22" wheels. Unless say you mount 40s on 20"s then the ratio is better again but no one rolls 40s on a DD for long.

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Thanks for your response. The more I've looked into this, the more I believe there was no lift or spacers at all. It looks like the Sahara is built to accept 33's without any modification (and Rubicons can accept 35's without any modifications) - correct me if I'm wrong. I'm curious about what you said about the Jeep not riding well on the 20" wheels... will it just be a rough/loud ride or will it just not perform as well off-road?
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I am not sure, maybe it is because of the shot's angle. I think it doesn't have one. Where did you get the photo?
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I am not sure, maybe it is because of the shot's angle. I think it doesn't have one. Where did you get the photo?
This Jeep was on a lot in Roanoke, VA. Went back to look at it later in the week and it had been sold.
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I dont think the 35s fit with out some rub in REAL off road flex, though the higher fenders might do for most 35s some 35s with a lot of side wall tread tend to rub more then say others that are smooth side wall....Remember this basic math too. Jeep Jks had 8"travel suspension stock. Since most any set up at rest you are about 50%. So you have about 4 up and 4 down. I heard Jls at least maybe the rubi had 10" shocks? So now that s 5" UP that jeep did not look to have 5" of clear room and even MORE so at full wheel lock at full stuff. 35s are 12.5 wide as well they need more BS

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