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Old 07-22-2012, 04:59 PM   #1 (permalink)
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lift and tire size

Ok im new to the form jeeps and rockcrawling so trying to figure out what i need
i have a 92 xj 4.0ho thinking of going 4.5-5.5 lift what im wonting help on is what
is the best brand coil springs will be best for flexing and second what
Is the best lift for rear leaf packs or add leaf and blocks or anu
Other options and what is the best tire size for lift and cutting
Is not an issue
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Go RE 4.5 and sye kit and 33s
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Old 07-22-2012, 10:22 PM   #5 (permalink)
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It all seem plain english to me whats not to understand thinking of going 4.5 inch-5.5 inch lift and i
wont to know what the best tire size would be if i do fender cutting and what brand lift should i go with
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Old 07-22-2012, 10:32 PM   #7 (permalink)
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It all seems like plain English to me. What's not to understand? I'mthinking of going with a 4.5 inch-5.5 inch lift and I
want to know what the best tire size would be if I do fender cutting and what brand lift should I go with
A little better...

If you cut the fenders you can fit any size tire you want, probably more than your stock axles can handle. I fit 33's on 1 3/4" lift with room to spare.
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What size tire do you want? That should be your first question, to yourself. Then look at different manufacturers recommended tire size for their lifts. Probably can go up 1 size from there with trimming. How much are you willing to trim? Long arm? Short arm? How much money are you willing to spend? What do you have for axles? Gearing? There are a lot of questions you need to ask yourself. Then do some research on other builds to see what they are running.

I'd run 39" pitbulls, RE 5.5" short arm lift with some good trimming and weld up the stock rear gears. Should run like a champ....:banghead:

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Ok im new to the form jeeps and rockcrawling so trying to figure out what i need
i have a 92 xj 4.0ho thinking of going 4.5-5.5 lift what im wonting help on is what
is the best brand coil springs will be best for flexing and second what
Is the best lift for rear leaf packs or add leaf and blocks or anu
Other options and what is the best tire size for lift and cutting
Is not an issue
I want to fill shotgun shells with periods, commas and apostrophes. Then, shoot the shit out of this run-on sentence.
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Stock gears for now till i break something probly weld the rear and ill cut as much as it take tire size
Is basically what the axles will hold for a wile want to keep lift under $1500 not sure if long arm or short arm i read on here some people were saying no need for long arm under 5in of lift and that is what im trying to figure out i like the re 4.5in super flex and its short arm but dont know if i need the
long arm kit for better flex
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Stock gears for now till i break something probly weld the rear and ill cut as much as it take tire size
Is basically what the axles will hold for a wile want to keep lift under $1500 not sure if long arm or short arm i read on here some people were saying no need for long arm under 5in of lift and that is what im trying to figure out i like the re 4.5in super flex and its short arm but dont know if i need the
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Old 07-24-2012, 01:37 AM   #12 (permalink)
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Stock gears for now till i break something probly weld the rear and ill cut as much as it take tire size
Is basically what the axles will hold for a wile want to keep lift under $1500 not sure if long arm or short arm i read on here some people were saying no need for long arm under 5in of lift and that is what im trying to figure out i like the re 4.5in super flex and its short arm but dont know if i need the
long arm kit for better flex
you're on the wrong forum boy.

PM ironpig70, he can help you with your engrish and sell you everthing you need to lift your xj.
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Old 07-24-2012, 07:10 AM   #13 (permalink)
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OP, first, reread your English books, learn punctuation and how to proofread. That'll carry you a lot further on this forum.

Second, give more details. For instance, what size tire, what type of wheeling, what axles.....

Third, you really think you are the first person to ask this? SEARCH, repeat that step a few times, then ask your questions. There is very little more aggravating than seeing the same "what lift/tires can I run on my ____".

Until you complete all three steps, I'd suggest you not post again. And this post is an example of pirate being nice.
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Old 08-01-2012, 09:58 PM   #14 (permalink)
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Get a 4 inch lift. Some 24" chrome rims and low pro file tires and some neons.

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