|10-23-2005, 11:09 PM||#1 (permalink)|
Ok, I searched and searched
Now I gotta break down, ask, put up wit the bs, and sort the real answers outa the crap that i'll no doubt catch for asking anything
Will soon be aquiring a 90XJ. GF's old DD, she is gettin a ZJ, and I have a 98XJ to use for DD/Tow rig.
The 90's gonna need engine help, having been once heated to siezeup then fired up with no smoking after cooled off, and a solution to the clunk under left foot on bumps in left turns thing soon, but I have all winter for that as it is going to be a trail rig only.
Just to get by over the winter while I save up for a "real" lift I am thinking about 2 or 3" lift using spacers and blocks with some trimming so I can get 31's under it. It has 30's now with no lift (GF's DD lol), but I want to move the 30's to my DD and stick my new 31's in.
Will 2" do the trick or should I go 3"?
If 3" then do I need a CV or a t-case drop? Shocks & Brake Lines?
Any tips on installing and/or machining blocks and spacers? (I have a cnc shop)
Again, this is just to get it thru the winter while I work up $ for a 3.5 or 4.5RE
The only thing I don't like about her rig is that selectrac (selecrap) t-case, I like the 231 in my 98 better
Anyway,now that ya'll have something to laugh about while pointing fingers thanks in advance for the real tips,
[url=http://img142.imageshack.us/img142/8905/051920060766wt.jpg]'90 XJ 4.0 4.5RE SF 31x10.5 Yoko Geolander AT+II[/url]
So tell me, who pissed in [i]your[/i] gene pool?
|10-24-2005, 06:39 AM||#2 (permalink)|
nights end here
Join Date: Sep 2004
Member # 35217
Location: Greenville SC
just wait and do it right the first time. or cut the fenders, fit 31s then lift it and fit 35s