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  1. YJ Wrangler Technical Forum
    I was planning on lifting my YJ with a 4" suspension lift, my dad is worried about what needs to be extended, such as the drive shaft, steering column, brake lines, etc. So my question is what all would have to be extended, if anything does, if i were to put a 4" suspension lift on my 1991 YJ?
  2. XJ Cherokee Technical Forum
    Ok, I already used the search function. Theres plenty of info about this, but its not all too good organized. I want to use this info as well as make it easy for others to know what brake lines to use. So, there's some useful info here to get us started...
  3. TJ Wrangler Technical Forum
    UNITED WARRANTY WHOLESALERS My policy was paid in full and still has active coverage on it. For the last two months this company has been hounding me to renew this policy as it ends in about 17,000 miles. I purchased this extended warranty over the phone and paid for it at that time...
  4. TJ Wrangler Technical Forum
    OK...i cant seem to find all, called & :confused: i am currently running 32's on 4.5 backspacing...the tire is sticking out 1.5 pulled over twice by the cops...i guess the only option is to remove the lower body mouldings... :mad:
  5. TJ Wrangler Technical Forum
    Well I didn't think I would have to but after putting in 3 hours worth of body work making my jeep look good again, I decided it's about time. Duh. Anyways how do you figure out how much extra bumpstop you need? I have a rough country 3.25 in lift and 32 in tires. I was looking at Daystar's...
  6. TJ Wrangler Technical Forum
    Anyone have an idea how long (collapsed and extended) the 5100s that Quadratec says are for a 0-1" lift in the rear? Bilstein's website only lists TJ 5100s for 3 and 4 inch lifts. I swapped axles and now have AEV shock shifters that are set up for high clearance and my rear shocks are wayyyyy...
  7. TJ Wrangler Technical Forum
    I have trimmed stock flares and they serve their purpose but I want to be able to wheel with the top and doors off without getting my 3 year old covered with mud. I'd like some 6.5" flares I think. The problem is I already rub the stock flares on trees and stuff when we are on tight trails so...
  8. Jeep Picture Requests
    i've seen some notch the frame in the rear and some not. lets see what you did and how it works! also, if you've extended your fronts, show em off!
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