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Join Date: 06-01-2007
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XARAN'S JEEP
Year & Model  
1995 YJ Wrangler
Engine  
2.5
Gear Ratio  
4:88
Suspension  
4" Rough Country
Tires  
32-11.5-15
Recovery  
Harbor Freight 8000 lb winch
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Posi Loc, Smittybilt console, neoprene seat
covers, rampage top, rampage bumpers,
 
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Xaran
1995 YJ, 2.5 l, 4:88 R&P
4" RC Lift, 1" BL, 32-11.5-15 tires
8000 lb HF Winch

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No-Doors
06/01/2011 7:18 AM

I know I'm probably crazy, but I am sticking with the D-35. Got a Millwright buddy who is coming over Saturday and is going to help with the rebuild. Gonna cost me a case of beer and a few burgers.

Also, I decided to give the RCX Black Steel rims a try.

No-Doors
05/31/2011 1:39 PM

Thanks for the info on the RC lift's. Mine should be delivered today. However, I did opt for the 2.5" I am already running a 1" body lift and 1/2" shackle lift, so I figured another 4" might be a little extreme. Talked with the guys at RC and they were very friendly and helpful. So again, thanks for the advice on the lifts. Oh, forgot to mention that I puked out my rear-end a couple a weeks ago, so the lift is being done in conjunction with re-building my rear-end. The fun never ends.





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