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How do these dimensions sound for a TJ wheeled in the PNW?

Height: 77"
Width: 78.5 front, 77.5 rear
Belly framerail: 24"
Wheelbase 104"

rolling on 39.5's.

It didnt seem all that tall until I actually measured it (top edge of the windshield). I'm not sure I can get it much lower without starting to bump the pumkins at full compression--the 60s just clear now with the set 5" uptravel on the COs.
 

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How do these dimensions sound for a TJ wheeled in the PNW?

Height: 77"
Width: 78.5 front, 77.5 rear
Belly framerail: 24"
Wheelbase 104"

rolling on 39.5's.

It didnt seem all that tall until I actually measured it (top edge of the windshield). I'm not sure I can get it much lower without starting to bump the pumkins at full compression--the 60s just clear now with the set 5" uptravel on the COs.
Your asking in the wrong place.........
 

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doesnt sound bad. we're at 84" tall on 42's with no complaints.
 

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Your asking in the wrong place.........
But then you wouldnt have seen it and I would have missed out on your input. I should have asked on your site (NWW) but I was feeling lazy. When you built Joe's rig what did his come out to about?
 

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But then you wouldnt have seen it and I would have missed out on your input. I should have asked on your site (NWW) but I was feeling lazy. When you built Joe's rig what did his come out to about?
I can't remember to be honest--it was VERY low for a rig on 42's :D

And quit being lazy :flipoff2:

But that rig should do fine in the PNW....
 
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