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2013 jku 3.5 inch lift

Recently just purchased A 13 jku sport I have my heart set on a aev 3.5 inch dual sport lift what is needed to lift it right I need a new woods drive shaft but will I need to do exhaust work
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Re: 2013 jku 3.5 inch lift

The answer to your question is the next to the last one on this link:
JK 3.5"/4.5" DualSport Suspension FAQ

Will you be regearing from your 3.21?

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That's where I want some input on it I know I should to what I'm not sure
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Re: 2013 jku 3.5 inch lift

I want to see it when finished....
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Re: 2013 jku 3.5 inch lift

Well, you didn't mention tire size.

You should really decide what size tire you aspire to and build for that. Is. 33" big enough? Are you hoping for 40's?

The people who spend the most money are the ones who remod their rig over and over again. If. 37's are your end game, but for now 35's are all you can afford, then gear and build for the 37's.


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