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Thread: My JL sting grey build

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    Nice rig indeed


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    Looking good! Looks like you could get away with a 2" lift easily with the liners out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ddays View Post
    Looking good! Looks like you could get away with a 2" lift easily with the liners out.
    What sucks is I have a evo 3.5" lift sitting in the garage.

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    37x13.5? Or 12.5?

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    12' 2dr Gecko Sport 6 speed
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    Looks great, with all that room and more lift in the way, might as just jump to 40s.. or maybe you can swap out to 2.5 springs. I'd have to guess the rest of the stuff would be about the same

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    Not That Kind of Engineer olram30's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by desertrunner View Post
    37x13.5? Or 12.5?

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    37x12.5" these axles are wide on the Rubicon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by benatc1 View Post
    Looks great, with all that room and more lift in the way, might as just jump to 40s.. or maybe you can swap out to 2.5 springs. I'd have to guess the rest of the stuff would be about the same

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    Yeah, crazy how much room the fender mod cleared up.

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    That looks great


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    Nice looking build!!!!
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    That looks awesome!

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