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    Fresh Catch Jarnold1986's Avatar
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    I need a lift kit.

    I need a lift kit any good ones of suggestions? Jk 2010 Sahara Unlimited. 👋

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    There are a lot of factors to consider in this area. What tire size are you planning on going to? What kind of wheeling? What kinda budget?
    Slow is smooth, smooth is fast.

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    Budget, size of tires, factory or flat fenders, off road much, daily driver, weekend warrior?

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    Im off road a little but mostly daily driver. I wanna do 33s

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    Factory fenders but plan on changes thos out to.

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    Not That Kind of Engineer olram30's Avatar
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    I would just do a spacer leveling kit. Or flat fenders. Don't really need a lift for 1" taller tires.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jarnold1986 View Post
    I need a lift kit any good ones of suggestions? Jk 2010 Sahara Unlimited. 👋
    Quote Originally Posted by Jarnold1986 View Post
    Im off road a little but mostly daily driver. I wanna do 33s
    Quote Originally Posted by Jarnold1986 View Post
    Factory fenders but plan on changes thos out to.
    I'm not sure but if you gave just a bit more information about what and why when asking questions you will probably get information that will be more helpful.

    Why 33" tires?
    Why change the fenders?
    What look are you going?
    Do you take your rig off road?
    What kind of roads?
    Do you have a budget?
    Looks like I'm locked out. Why?

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    Been Around the Block kornchip's Avatar
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    Im running 33s and did so for the last 4 years without a lift. Its my DD and it sees the trail once or twice a month at local spots. I just added a 2.5 spacer lift and I really like the look and added clearance. If you have the funding available there are much better options as far as coil lifts.
    Slow is smooth, smooth is fast.

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    33s with 1.75 Daystar lift. I love it. ImageUploadedByWAYALIFE1434322555.960726.jpg
    96 XJ Classic, 2" Rubicon Express Lift
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    07 Rubicon, 33" Mickey Thomp Baja MTZ, Mammoth 16" Beadsim rims, 1.75" Daystar Lift, Bestop Superdoors,
    Blue Ridge Overland Gear, Ranch Hand front bumper, Superwinch Tiger shark 9500, Garvin Wilderness rack, Springtail M-Pac Molle panel/table, Or-Fab Rotopax Tire Carrier

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    Quote Originally Posted by Siebermd View Post
    33s with 1.75 Daystar lift. I love it. ImageUploadedByWAYALIFE1434322555.960726.jpg
    Siebermd....what wheels are you running? Those look great!

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