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    Quote Originally Posted by OverlanderJK View Post
    Base model sport, bolt on coilovers, Pr44 with ARB's F/R, 37's.
    Agreed as well on what overlander said


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    Quote Originally Posted by OverlanderJK View Post
    Base model sport, bolt on coilovers, Pr44 with ARB's F/R, 37's.
    Definitely considering this. Never looked up coilovers due to lack of knowledge on them, but what else do I need to buy with them? Like control arms/any sort of equipment or brakelines?

    Also, where do I go to get pr44 front and rear axles? I saw ORE had pr44 package, but that's only the front axle?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Relic View Post
    Definitely considering this. Never looked up coilovers due to lack of knowledge on them, but what else do I need to buy with them? Like control arms/any sort of equipment or brakelines?

    Also, where do I go to get pr44 front and rear axles? I saw ORE had pr44 package, but that's only the front axle?
    PR44 is a front axle. Your factory rear is strong enough for 37's. Front lower control arms if you get a 4 door, front lowers and rear uppers if you have a 2 door. And yes you would need extended brake lines.
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    -Dynatrac PR44/Rubicon Rear
    -Nitto 37” Trail Grapplers
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    -Warn VR8
    -EVO Armor/Bumpers

    2012 Billet Silver JKUR
    -EVO DTD front and rear
    -Dynatrac PR60/PR80
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    Quote Originally Posted by Canvas JK View Post
    Funny you ask this question. I did plan out my build and to do what I want to Canvas it will be about $25k

    I would start with a JKUS
    PR60 rear with ARB locker
    PR60 fully loaded with ARB locker
    1350 Driveshafts front and rear
    EVO long arm kit http://www.offroadevolution.com/stor...ONGARM-UPGRADE
    EVO draglink Flip http://www.offroadevolution.com/stor...O-DRAGLINKFLIP
    EVO DTD front http://www.offroadevolution.com/stor...UBLEDOWN-FRONT
    EVO DTD Rear Lever http://www.offroadevolution.com/stor...OUBLEDOWN-REAR
    King Bumpstops http://www.offroadevolution.com/stor...EVO-RROCKSTOPS
    EVO rear Skins http://www.offroadevolution.com/stor...ckSkin-Corners
    EVO tire Carrier http://www.offroadevolution.com/stor...hp?prod=EVO-TC
    ATX Slabs to match the PR60's
    Nitto Trail Grapplers 37x12.3x17
    Mastercraft Baja RS front seats with heated seats
    OR Fab or Rock Hard Sport cage
    EVO 1/4 pounder with stinger http://www.offroadevolution.com/stor...O-BUMPER-FRONT, http://www.offroadevolution.com/stor...VO-REV-STINGER
    EVO D-ring http://www.offroadevolution.com/stor...rod=EVO_D_Ring
    Waren Powerplant
    DIY Relay panel

    I have chose EVO components because they are proven and tested in some of the toughest off-road environments. Since Mel runs the same equipment on EVO1 I can buy off the shelf why not out it on my rig.

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    That is WAY more then $25k.
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    -Rock Krawler 2.5” Lift
    -ATX Slabs
    -Warn VR8
    -EVO Armor/Bumpers

    2012 Billet Silver JKUR
    -EVO DTD front and rear
    -Dynatrac PR60/PR80
    -EVO High Clearance Long Arm
    -Nitto 40” Trail grapplers
    -KMC Machetes
    -JE Reel 1410/1350 Driveshafts
    -Warn CTI 9.5
    -EVO Armor/Bumpers

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    Quote Originally Posted by OverlanderJK View Post
    PR44 is a front axle. Your factory rear is strong enough for 37's. Front lower control arms if you get a 4 door, front lowers and rear uppers if you have a 2 door. And yes you would need extended brake lines.
    Understood now. On ORE there is unlimited, which many people recommend. But also extreme duty, or a combination of the two. Is the extreme duty worth the extra $10?

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    Quote Originally Posted by OverlanderJK View Post
    PR44 is a front axle. Your factory rear is strong enough for 37's. Front lower control arms if you get a 4 door, front lowers and rear uppers if you have a 2 door. And yes you would need extended brake lines.
    Also aftermarket wheels like the ATX slabs or chamber pros with the correct backspacing to clear the coilovers

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    Quote Originally Posted by Canvas JK View Post
    Funny you ask this question. I did plan out my build and to do what I want to Canvas it will be about $25k

    I would start with a JKUS
    PR60 rear with ARB locker
    PR60 fully loaded with ARB locker
    1350 Driveshafts front and rear
    EVO long arm kit http://www.offroadevolution.com/stor...ONGARM-UPGRADE
    EVO draglink Flip http://www.offroadevolution.com/stor...O-DRAGLINKFLIP
    EVO DTD front http://www.offroadevolution.com/stor...UBLEDOWN-FRONT
    EVO DTD Rear Lever http://www.offroadevolution.com/stor...OUBLEDOWN-REAR
    King Bumpstops http://www.offroadevolution.com/stor...EVO-RROCKSTOPS
    EVO rear Skins http://www.offroadevolution.com/stor...ckSkin-Corners
    EVO tire Carrier http://www.offroadevolution.com/stor...hp?prod=EVO-TC
    ATX Slabs to match the PR60's
    Nitto Trail Grapplers 37x12.3x17
    Mastercraft Baja RS front seats with heated seats
    OR Fab or Rock Hard Sport cage
    EVO 1/4 pounder with stinger http://www.offroadevolution.com/stor...O-BUMPER-FRONT, http://www.offroadevolution.com/stor...VO-REV-STINGER
    EVO D-ring http://www.offroadevolution.com/stor...rod=EVO_D_Ring
    Waren Powerplant
    DIY Relay panel

    I have chose EVO components because they are proven and tested in some of the toughest off-road environments. Since Mel runs the same equipment on EVO1 I can buy off the shelf why not out it on my rig.

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    Just running through that list.......you're at near $45k +/- alone without labor......

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    Quote Originally Posted by 10frank9 View Post
    Also aftermarket wheels like the ATX slabs or chamber pros with the correct backspacing to clear the coilovers
    Yes but they are not needed. A wheel with 4" backspacing or 5.5" backspacing and spacers will work to keep costs within budget.
    RECOMMENDED JEEP PARTS & ACCESSORIES

    2012 Dozer JK
    -Dynatrac PR44/Rubicon Rear
    -Nitto 37” Trail Grapplers
    -Rock Krawler 2.5” Lift
    -ATX Slabs
    -Warn VR8
    -EVO Armor/Bumpers

    2012 Billet Silver JKUR
    -EVO DTD front and rear
    -Dynatrac PR60/PR80
    -EVO High Clearance Long Arm
    -Nitto 40” Trail grapplers
    -KMC Machetes
    -JE Reel 1410/1350 Driveshafts
    -Warn CTI 9.5
    -EVO Armor/Bumpers

    1975 DJ5

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    Budget

    I too was starting to wonder where some of you guys were getting parts cost. Some of these lists are over $45k in raw parts not including taxes, labor and all of the misc little bs.
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