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post #1 of 12 Old 11-28-2010, 12:01 PM Thread Starter
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Jk height With 35s and 2.5

I'm running 35 inch km2 with a 2.5 sky crapper spring kit(came on the heep) but any ways I'm right around 6'3 at the back of the hard top. What height are you at with a 2.5 inch lift and 35s? I'm trying to get the heep in my garage and my door is right around 6'3 anyone have any ideas? Frozen windows suck in the am when your a window down driver.
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U could air down just on cold nights and keep a good air compressor in the garage. I personally put in an 8' tall door


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Get a cover for the jeep. That will keep the frost off the windows. Its cheaper than a new garage door install and less of an ass pain than airing up and down every day.

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but some bumpers on it and a winch!

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turn the heater on "defrost"

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I have a winch on the front already. I could do the air thing. I have I 5hp 60 gallon tank compressor .... But that would mean waking up even earlier. Hhmm a rear bumper prob would help considering I took that plastic pos off ....
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I was thinking about this, if u only need an inch, I have two suggestions:
Make sure the garage door opens all the way up, and also see if it's possible to remove one piece of trim from the garage door frame.

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yeah its caped all nice ... there is a 1x6 then the header so that would give me an extra 3/4 of an inch... getting closer...
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I haven measured my overall height but with 315s and a 2.5 tera coil lift it fits in my garage.

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Frozen windows suck in the am when your a window down driver.
What is wrong with you northerners? Frozen windows should be a sign to leave the windows up!

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