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    Quote Originally Posted by Berzerker View Post
    Why 38's (just curious)
    I like the width of the 38 MTRs at 14.5. Obviously it's not everyone's flavor, but I like them. I do really like the Nittos as well but no 38.

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    I love mine even though it isnt an "enforcer" kit but my version of an enforcer kit pieced together.
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    Quote Originally Posted by biggreg View Post
    I like the width of the 38 MTRs at 14.5. Obviously it's not everyone's flavor, but I like them. I do really like the Nittos as well but no 38.
    I see, preference is preference. I don't see why it wouldn't work with flat fenders. I would defiantly upgrade steering and axels.

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    About to pull the trigger on this lift in a week or two (tax returns ) still torn between going with the 3" or 4". Im getting fox shocks, JE reel drive shaft, and Evo drag link kit too. Any other recommendations?

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    Quote Originally Posted by VADER JK View Post
    About to pull the trigger on this lift in a week or two (tax returns ) still torn between going with the 3" or 4". Im getting fox shocks, JE reel drive shaft, and Evo drag link kit too. Any other recommendations?
    What size tires? 4 inches is a lot of lift unless you're gonna run 37's


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    Quote Originally Posted by liljohn850 View Post
    What size tires? 4 inches is a lot of lift unless you're gonna run 37's


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    35's for At least a few more years, that's why I'm leaning toward the 3". Just didn't want to regret not going bigger. And I know it will come out to be a little over 3". Do these level out pretty well even with a winch and front bumper on there?

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    Quote Originally Posted by VADER JK View Post
    35's for At least a few more years, that's why I'm leaning toward the 3". Just didn't want to regret not going bigger. And I know it will come out to be a little over 3". Do these level out pretty well even with a winch and front bumper on there?
    I don't know about the actual lift. I'd call evo and ask. I have ACOS up front to compensate for my winch and bumper.


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