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Thread: S#!T's About to Get REAL for JET - EVO JL Wrangler Long Arms & Coilovers

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    Looks really good. I'm curious how he does bombing through the desert. Sucks about the need for new wheels. Will you be able to get away with 4.5" or will you need less back spacing than that? I don't recall bu tare you running 5" or 5.5" now?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jesse3638 View Post
    Looks really good. I'm curious how he does bombing through the desert. Sucks about the need for new wheels. Will you be able to get away with 4.5" or will you need less back spacing than that? I don't recall bu tare you running 5" or 5.5" now?
    Think 4.75”


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    Jet looks great! Any particular wheel your leaning towards?

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    Quote Originally Posted by danford.lau View Post
    Think 4.75”


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    You are correct. I went back and found the original thread when Eddie installed the KMC's.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CarsonCindy View Post
    EVO! Making Flex Great Again! Testing out the crazy flex on our new EVO Coilovers.

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    That is incredible. Looking forward to the next series of wheeling videos with this suspension. WOW!

    (can't wait for y'alls JT LE to progress to this stage.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by benatc1 View Post
    That's a bummer about the wheels, but I guess good to know now that your home for some time. Maybe Moby will get to stretch his legs a bit now lol.
    LOL - for the most part, Moby is our daily driver. I do need to do some work on him though as I'd really like to get him back out on the trail.

    Quote Originally Posted by jesse3638 View Post
    Looks really good. I'm curious how he does bombing through the desert. Sucks about the need for new wheels. Will you be able to get away with 4.5" or will you need less back spacing than that? I don't recall bu tare you running 5" or 5.5" now?
    Quote Originally Posted by danford.lau View Post
    Think 4.75”
    Quote Originally Posted by jesse3638 View Post
    You are correct. I went back and found the original thread when Eddie installed the KMC's.
    Yup, you guys have done your homework, the XD231's have 4.75" of back spacing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TOPLESS View Post
    Jet looks great! Any particular wheel your leaning towards?
    We really like these XD231's and may just get a set of the new XD232's. Essentially, they're the same wheel only with 3.5" of back spacing and come with center caps

    Quote Originally Posted by Moriarty View Post
    That is incredible. Looking forward to the next series of wheeling videos with this suspension. WOW!

    (can't wait for y'alls JT LE to progress to this stage.)
    Can't wait to just get our hands on our JT

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    Quote Originally Posted by wayoflife View Post
    LOL - for the most part, Moby is our daily driver. I do need to do some work on him though as I'd really like to get him back out on the trail.







    Yup, you guys have done your homework, the XD231's have 4.75" of back spacing.
    That's a pretty awesome Daily driver, hopefully your JT comes soon and can drive that around as well!

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    Quote Originally Posted by wayoflife View Post
    We really like these XD231's and may just get a set of the new XD232's. Essentially, they're the same wheel only with 3.5" of back spacing and come with center caps



    Can't wait to just get our hands on our JT
    I assume the JT has the same bolt pattern, no clue what you guys have in store for it, but if my assumption is correct might just work out to flop those over to that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CarsonCindy View Post
    EVO! Making Flex Great Again! Testing out the crazy flex on our new EVO Coilovers.

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    Wowser! Now that is a beautiful sight!

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