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Old 05-08-2010, 07:09 PM   #1 (permalink)
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looking to go lower

currently i have a rubicon 4 1/2" lift and a 1" body lift w/35's on my 98' tj. i want to go lower and i'm trying to nail down what combonation of parts to go with. so, if i stick with the 35's and go with high line fenders what size springs can i go down to? also what would i do if i decided to go with 37's? and should i remove the body lift or keep it? i have a sye with a double cardan custom length drive shaft is there going to be a problem with it being to long as i come down in height? i know these are alot of questions but i have looked at a lot of posts and am more confused now than before.
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Old 05-09-2010, 11:44 AM   #2 (permalink)
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I'm running the white rhino hylines up front and clear 35s easy! The rear flares I removed and cut the sheet metal up to the bottom of the wheel well and pulled the inner fender out.

I've got a 2.5 sky jacker and a 1.25 body lift with the motor mount lift also.

But the suspension has been on there for at least 4 years that I know of, so no telling how much it actually gives me now though.
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