If you would have looked on the very first page of the hardcore section, you would have seen a big ass thread about hardcore jeeps with leaf springs. Go away.Who has the lowest COG Wrangler WITH LEAFS?
Looking for ideas to lower mine. So far, Hi lining the hood, and making a flat belly skid plate are on the list....
I know...You're a day early bud.
Oh, you mean the one with all the top heavy ones... :flipoff2: I've looked at every jeep on that thread, but thanks. Not really low COG ones...If you would have looked on the very first page of the hardcore section, you would have seen a big ass thread about hardcore jeeps with leaf springs. Go away.
Yup, and probably just use some 2x4's for bump stops and then skinny pedal all the way. Hahaha. :shaking:You could get pretty low with some stock leaves SUA. I'd install some lift blocks too.
That'll get you low for sure.
Thats about where I want to be. I don't want anything less than 24" of belly height. You can have your Jeep as close to the ground as you want, but its pointless if you just get hung up on anything bigger than a speed bump or healthy curb.If I remember right, we measured 24 or 26 to the belly on my YJ on 43's. Could have gotten the front lower easilly, but don't know how we could get the rear any lower. Frenched the springs and everything in the rear.
We have 2 or 3 to the bump and then 4 inches of bump travel in the front. I think we have 4 to the bump in the rear and then 2 inches of bump travel.Well said Duthvdub, I hope this doesn't turn into another lame ass thread with people taking pictures of their rigs sitting on the bumps. How about seing some low COG rigs with minimum 4" to the bumps and big tires.
Well played :smokin:Yes, Sir... There are quite a few... missed them on my first search... Could be my spelling...