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  1. 5 points
    Posted this on FB but keep forgetting to post it here. Got good and stuck a few weeks ago. Ending up calling my buddy with a winch after several failed attempts from passerby's. Had 8" of water in the cab at one point but managed to drive home 11 hours later, after getting the 5+ gallons of water out of the fuel . Hardly any body damage, just a tiny dent and scratch!
  2. 3 points
    Got my LR9447 and AC spring lift installed. Bilstein shocks in the rear, SC creation control arm brace. KYG struts in the front. 285/75r16 tires. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  3. 2 points
    Those Falken Wildpeaks look beastly! Do you have any any spacers up front or just the AC coils? Any weight in the boot? There looks to be very little rake and I'm jealous haha!
  4. 1 point
    Thought I'd share this idea in case it helps anyone else. I recently installed OME HD springs in front and added a 1/2" homemade HDPE spacer. I forgot to take pics but the process was pretty simple. -get a 12"x12" sheet of hdpe in your desired thickness off Amazon (1/2" was ~$12) -clamp backing plates, with bolts/studs removed, to the hdpe (I used my old spacers as a template but the backing plate should work fine too) -mark the outer edge and drill the holes -flip the backing plate over, clamp in the same spot and trace the bulge where the center hole will be -starting cutting with a jig saw, keep enlarging the center hole until it fits flush to the strut mount. A sanding wheel on a dremel works well for this -test fit and install with longer bolts Easy and cheap to do and now I have more lift in the front and no cv bind! I can scan my old spacers to use a template if anyone wants to try this, but using just the backing plate should work fine.
  5. 1 point
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  6. 1 point
    Thanks man! No sir, I suppose the spare tire might add weight. I’m keeping it on just to fill up the visual gap under the bumper. I also think the 33in tire really helps fill the wheel well gap, there’s a slight rake and I was pretty worried but it turned out pretty good! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  7. 1 point
    https://www.4x4parts.com/i-18981693-super-lift-front-suspension-lift.html That's your best bet Choose your rear coils here: https://www.4x4parts.com/c-1046883-suspension-suspension-lift-components-rear-suspension-components-pathfinder.html I would not waste time pissing around with the jeep springs. I did that years ago and they never gave a compliant ride. I have the 3" coils in mine for almost 10 years and they have not sagged at all. Keep in mind if you lift the rear you will need to replace the rear shocks with longer ones.

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