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    Not That Kind of Engineer olram30's Avatar
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    I have the dynatrac lift. Very happy so far. I'm running 37" tires and wanted a actual 2"lift.

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    Not a fan of that color but it looks damn good with that top.


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    I'm also running the Dynatrac lift with 37's. It's worked perfect for me so far.

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    Sorry for jumping into the thread but it seems like a good place to address this.

    I'm going to be pulling the trigger on 35's in a few weeks for my JLUR and I'm also considering the Rancho 2" lift. I see that folks are running 37's with the 2" lifts and was wondering if the extra two inches on the Rubicon is a little too much for 35's. Should I just run the Jeep stock with the 35's? Just wondering what people think.

    Thanks in advance for any input.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Growlz View Post
    Sorry for jumping into the thread but it seems like a good place to address this.

    I'm going to be pulling the trigger on 35's in a few weeks for my JLUR and I'm also considering the Rancho 2" lift. I see that folks are running 37's with the 2" lifts and was wondering if the extra two inches on the Rubicon is a little too much for 35's. Should I just run the Jeep stock with the 35's? Just wondering what people think.

    Thanks in advance for any input.
    The Rancho lift will yield a bit more than 2" of lift but it'll still be a good fit for 35's. If you don't install a lift, you will have rubbing issues.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Growlz View Post
    Sorry for jumping into the thread but it seems like a good place to address this.

    I'm going to be pulling the trigger on 35's in a few weeks for my JLUR and I'm also considering the Rancho 2" lift. I see that folks are running 37's with the 2" lifts and was wondering if the extra two inches on the Rubicon is a little too much for 35's. Should I just run the Jeep stock with the 35's? Just wondering what people think.

    Thanks in advance for any input.
    The JL in the pic I posted is a Rubicon, sans decals. Personally I think it looked good with the 315/70/17 tires (close enough to 35s) and if they wanted to go 37, theyd probably have enough room. The high line fenders make just enough difference.


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    did you need spacers with the 315s

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    Quote Originally Posted by Growlz View Post
    Sorry for jumping into the thread but it seems like a good place to address this.

    I'm going to be pulling the trigger on 35's in a few weeks for my JLUR and I'm also considering the Rancho 2" lift. I see that folks are running 37's with the 2" lifts and was wondering if the extra two inches on the Rubicon is a little too much for 35's. Should I just run the Jeep stock with the 35's? Just wondering what people think.

    Thanks in advance for any input.
    I have the Dynatrac 2" lift and have run both the 315's and now 37's. I think it looks good either way. You will have absolutely no rubbing with 315's and a little with the 37's but depending on what you do you may never notice.

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    For what it's worth, as stated before I chose Rancho for all those reasons, but Dynatrac was my first choice, but opted to save money and do the Rancho being it isnt my end goal, knowing it was a good system as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wallbanger View Post
    did you need spacers with the 315s
    It was close to rubbing the sway bar links and knowing how things tend to operate off-road versus hanging on a lift, figured the $160 in wheel spacers wasnt a bad idea for the customer.


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