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  • goodtimes
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    Yup, you are close already. Of course, proper set up of the bumpstops, the amount of sheet metal you are willing to remove, the backspacing of the wheels, shock lengths, etc, will all affect the end results. Keep in mind that with 35" tires, you will be re-considering that stand on re-gearing. As it is, the rubicons are geared too high with the 31's, IMO. 66:1 is the absolute highest I would want for the rocks and 31 - 33" tires.....120:1 would be better.....220:1 would be just great for 35 - 37: tires. Of course, take that with a grain of salt.....I am a fan of super-deep gearing, more so than most people.

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  • JeepGal
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    All youd need is 1", but 2" would be nicer

    Rule of thumb- 1" for every inch over stock.
    example:
    stock- to 31's
    2"=32's
    3"=33's
    5"=35's
    etc...

    HTH

    Tam

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  • loop choke
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    35's

    Just kickin' around the idea. I will probably go with 33's, but, what would it take to get 35's under a 2004 Rubi? I already have a 4" suspension lift. What else do I need? 1-2" body lift? I absolutly do not want to re-gear. Any suggestions?

    Jason
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