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    No lift. Front stock -16 springs replaced with -19 springs. GenRight fenders.


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    Show your 2 doors on 35's stating lift you are running.

    IMG_7350.jpg 'Nilla, my 2016 Rubicon HR with her new 315/70R17 Falken Wildpeak A/T3W's on Pro Comp 17" Soft 8 wheels. No lift (yet)...still can't decide which way to go. But looking at some of the badass rigs in this thread is giving me some good ideas :-)


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    5.5 rubicon express long arm.


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    Cyoung16 running a 3" enforcer with rancho 9000 shocks and 35" Goodyear duratracs
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    I ended up going with a very, very small 35.😀
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    2013 sport with 4 door springs and Fox shocks. 35" Gladiators.

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    07 on kind of a hybrid 4 inch lift, with coils and brackets from Omix ADA and RC adjustable control arms riding on 35" Mickey Thompson Baja ATZ.
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    The old one with 2.5" AEV and 5100's. Yes I went from tube fenders to stock fenders cut
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