As I do value your opinion I believe no matter how much lift you have, there will always be a lower point in a YJ stock belly pan. Proper suspension lift or not, there is approx 4” of lost ground clearance at the belly pan. So what I understand from your post, based on your opinion if my properly designed 4” lift was not enough ground clearance for my type of wheeling at the belly, you would suggest going up another 4”? My goal is to gain as much clearance as possible without going to high. I’m sure there are many that may agree that a tummy tuck is not a good idea but I would also say there are enough people that agree with them. There is a huge difference between opinion and fact. I value everyone’s opinion when I am looking for advice. Thank you.Motor mount lifts and tummy tucks are just poorly effective ways to obtain trail clearance. Motor mount lifts are also used by some to improve drive shaft angle, rather than skid plate spacers. Leaving the skid and motor as is and doing a proper suspension lift gets the whole frame further from the trail objects, including bumpers and tub sides. There is a lot of work and thought involved in a proper suspension lift though, which makes a market for the shortcuts.
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