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    Knows a Thing or Two Mountainjk10's Avatar
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    Update: Started on the lift this Saturday with some friends to help.
    Last image of the soccer mom jeep.

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    Couple of shots of the front end being worked on.
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    While my friends were stripping it down, I went and got the tires mounted.
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    Hereís a shot of the rear almost done.
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    Lift is now on and tires are mounted up. Itís ready for a test ride.
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    After a couple of test runs I think we have everything dialed in. I still need to trim the rock rails and maybe pinch seams. I also havenít installed the exhaust spacers yet, so no wheeling until thatís done. I also have to do c gussets, and of course gears.
    It was a long but fun weekend build and well worth it. Hereís some pics of it completed.
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    Looks good like that.
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    Looks good! Nice work. 👍

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    Nothing but a Thing 2007 JKU CANADA's Avatar
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    that has a very nice stance now. good work
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    Quote Originally Posted by 2007 JKU CANADA View Post
    that has a very nice stance now. good work
    Quote Originally Posted by BaddestCross View Post
    Looks good! Nice work.

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    Looks good like that.
    Thanks all, I think heís looking good too.


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    Lookin good!

    I got my lift on awhile back and am looking to regear mine now too. What's your thought on those 37"s on the stock wheels? I'm assuming you're running spacers...

    I'm debating going back to stock wheels to cut back on unsprung weight over my steelies, as I'm on my D30 up front still and will be for the next year or so.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rl206 View Post
    Lookin good!

    I got my lift on awhile back and am looking to regear mine now too. What's your thought on those 37"s on the stock wheels? I'm assuming you're running spacers...

    I'm debating going back to stock wheels to cut back on unsprung weight over my steelies, as I'm on my D30 up front still and will be for the next year or so.
    Iím running 1 1/2Ē spacers and 12.50Ē wide Cooper STT Pros. They fit fine on stock Rubi wheels. Actually, I like the look and it saves me $$$.


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    I love the use of the stock wheels, canít go wrong with them!


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    Jeep looks great, awesome stance! The stock wheels look really good wrapped in 37s👍

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    RUBICON wheels look solid!


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