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Old 07-20-2011, 01:23 AM
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i haven't seen anything from you or your jeep in ages and you pop up with a surprise like this! that's going to be awesome for sure! love the look of those tires. congrats!
No shit! I was thinking the same thing. It's def gonna look beast Nick


I rock my spare in the stock location. I was misled to believe that it wouldn't fit but it does. It still would look sick to have the saguaro rear bumper and tire carrier
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Old 07-20-2011, 07:47 AM
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Re: From Rk 3.5 to Superlift

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Here's the link I found about the 255/70's:
http://www.jeepforum.com/forum/f67/f...ctures-952675/

I think it's the hitch that's causing the troubles
I've got a worn (5/32nd), fully inflated 255/75/17 in the stock location with an OEM trailer hitch. You have to trim the back part of the hitch and trim the center two bolts (or flip those two bolts) to get it to fit though. Not a big deal if you got yourself an angle grinder.
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Re: From Rk 3.5 to Superlift

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4x4groupbuy.com has superlift for 1500. Dont know if it's legit though or if it's backordered or what
That's where I ended up ordering from last night. Couldn't find anywhere saying it was backordered and it was by far the cheapest option. $1570 shipped.
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Re: From Rk 3.5 to Superlift

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i believe he has a flyin' ryan tb, powerwire, muffler and a homemade intake...
Exactly
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Re: From Rk 3.5 to Superlift

And thanks for the compliments guys! Im hellah eager to see this all put together. Goin to Paris and Rome for 10 days the end of the month and hoping to get it on before I leave.
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Old 07-21-2011, 12:33 PM
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Re: From Rk 3.5 to Superlift

you need to come around here more often esp with this new set up, i am eager to hear how the 3.7 will handle, i know a few others have done it but it's been a while since i've seen anything from them.

also, whats going on with your other project (blazer)?
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Re: From Rk 3.5 to Superlift

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you need to come around here more often esp with this new set up, i am eager to hear how the 3.7 will handle, i know a few others have done it but it's been a while since i've seen anything from them.

also, whats going on with your other project (blazer)?
I moved out and don't have internet here, only on my phone, hard to get to a computer. So I've been outta the scene for a while. But I've been back to saving up and now just blew all my $ on this jeep haha. I go to college in a few weeks so ill have internet then. The blazer now has a clean title and is getting registered, next up tranny work then paint and touch up the details. Either keeping it after college and dropping in a huge engine or selling it off while in school
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Re: From Rk 3.5 to Superlift

So I've been in Rome and Paris for a week now, returning on the 8th. Been anxious to get going on the lift the whole time. Is there a link someone has to a good superlift install guide?
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Re: From Rk 3.5 to Superlift

I got one for you.. give me a sec.
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Re: From Rk 3.5 to Superlift

Here ya go.

http://www.jeepsunlimited.com/forums...erlift+install
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Re: From Rk 3.5 to Superlift

That thing is going to look awesome!
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Re: From Rk 3.5 to Superlift

damn, those rims and tires look amazing... never thought id like an 18, but for a rockstar rim- looks legit
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