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Looking for pics: 2dr with 37's and flat fenders

Hey guys, I'm looking to get some pics of 2 door Jeeps with 37" tires and flat fenders, preferably on a 3-4" lift. Trying to get a visual of how my jeep will sit when I can finally do the lift/tires I'm thinking of doing.

Black Jeeps would be helpful too, I'm contemplating some different color combo's (more like accent colors) for when I do rocker armor and my rear bumper, so input on that would be appreciated as well. I'm thinking of repainting my PSC flares to match the color of the Jeep (they're more of a flat black right now and the color looks different), then when I get PSC rocker knockers I'm thinking about painting the insert (the part with the oval holes) red. I'll probably incorporate a few other red accents here and there (such as my red winch-hook isolator), if I do headlocks eventually, i might do the rock ring red or something. Not sure what color to paint bumpers?? possibly Just black powder coated?? Thanks guys

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Awesome. Thats the kind of pics I'm looking for. What lift are you running? Looks like coil overs in the front??

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Those tires look pretty big for 37's. How much lift are you running??

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Still looking for pics guys! I should mention that the doesnt have to be black Jeeps only, that's just what I have and it helps when trying to figure out color combos! Thanks!

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2.5"
Looks good. I like how it sits. Hoping when I do 37's and a 3" lift, mine will sit something like that. I hate when it looks like the tires are too small and don't fill the fender wells...

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It should be pretty close.
check out planman's thread on how to run 37's with 2.5 - 3.5 inches of lift

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It should be pretty close.
check out planman's thread on how to run 37's with 2.5 - 3.5 inches of lift
Are those Nitto's a true 37? They look bigger than most 37's, and I know like with the KM2's they're really more of a 36"

Yeah I saw that thread...I like his rig on 40's too...Looks really bad ass. Id almost consider doing that, but thats a little bit overkill for what I do with my Jeep, and it would require a lot more modification than even 37's, but damn it looks good.

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Are those Nitto's a true 37? They look bigger than most 37's, and I know like with the KM2's they're really more of a 36"

Yeah I saw that thread...I like his rig on 40's too...Looks really bad ass. Id almost consider doing that, but thats a little bit overkill for what I do with my Jeep, and it would require a lot more modification than even 37's, but damn it looks good.
I think they're slightly bigger than 37, but i havent taken i tape measure to them

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Mine is on a 2.5" Rock Krawler Max Travel with 37" MTRs and previously on 37" Nitto Trail Grapplers. There are no rear arms in these pictures, I've been waiting on the longer ones to come in.





With the Nittos. They measured very close to 37 before mounting them on the 10.5" wide Racelines.



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Mine is on a 2.5" Rock Krawler Max Travel with 37" MTRs and previously on 37" Nitto Trail Grapplers. There are no rear arms in these pictures, I've been waiting on the longer ones to come in.





With the Nittos. They measured very close to 37 before mounting them on the 10.5" wide Racelines.



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That is the 2.5 Max Travel with 37? I think I am going to go with a 2.5 lift for my 2 door and not the 3.5. Looks great

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Yes sir it is.

I have yet to get it out and flex it at all to see how much bump stop I'll really have to add, but I'm imagining it'll be about 2.5 to 3" unless I leave it fenderless.

I'm installing the upper and lower control arms and track bar from the 3.5" X-Factor system and pushing the axle back 1 - 1.5" once it cools down a little out here in my neck of the woods.

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Mine is on a 2.5" Rock Krawler Max Travel with 37" MTRs and previously on 37" Nitto Trail Grapplers. There are no rear arms in these pictures, I've been waiting on the longer ones to come in.





With the Nittos. They measured very close to 37 before mounting them on the 10.5" wide Racelines.



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Wow that looks great! I like the 2.5 lift with the 37's! I'm very seriously considering doing the 3" Poly Performance Synergy stage 4 long arm kit. I'm hoping it will be a true 3" by the time it's all said and done... I wanna stay a low as I can but still have a good long arm kit. Thanks for the pics!

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My JK has the BFH on the front, no bumper on the rear, no rear seat, and a soft top with the stock cage at this point. It is so light that I'm sure I got a little better than 3" out of it initially. It has settled in slightly but I think it sits perfectly.

A 1" body lift or 3.5" coils would help with flexing but any taller over those 37s and I think it'd handle poorly. It drives very, very nice right now and is plenty tall for my taste!

Poly makes awesome stuff too. Can't go wrong with either one of the companies we've been talking about here. If you have questions about their stuff I can answer those too.

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My JK has the BFH on the front, no bumper on the rear, no rear seat, and a soft top with the stock cage at this point. It is so light that I'm sure I got a little better than 3" out of it initially. It has settled in slightly but I think it sits perfectly.

A 1" body lift or 3.5" coils would help with flexing but any taller over those 37s and I think it'd handle poorly. It drives very, very nice right now and is plenty tall for my taste!

Poly makes awesome stuff too. Can't go wrong with either one of the companies we've been talking about here. If you have questions about their stuff I can answer those too.

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The 3" is the smallest poly makes correct? Any idea if it's a true 3"? I have a body armor front bumper and a warn winch and will soon be going to the PSC brawled light. Stock rear bumper for now but when I do the 37's I'll get the PSC rear bumper and tire carrier. Oh and I also have the steel PSC flares. I do have a back seat in mine as well as about 50lbs of tools, and a soft top so I'm quite a bit heavier than yours...I'm hoping it will set right at about 3"....

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The 3" is their shortest lift for the two door, yes. However, the coils will sit a bit taller than that so you should realize a full 3" of lift with the added weight in your ride.

That'd be true with either the Rock Krawler or the Poly IMO.

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The 3" is their shortest lift for the two door, yes. However, the coils will sit a bit taller than that so you should realize a full 3" of lift with the added weight in your ride.

That'd be true with either the Rock Krawler or the Poly IMO.

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That's fine. I kind of figured that. As long as I'm pretty close to 3" by the time its all said and done. I just don't want a bunch extra lift for the 37's... IMO it looks dumb when you have a ton of extra space in the wheel wells, cause it makes it look like your tires are too small... Amost like the base wranglers with the el cheapo street tires from the factory lol

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what fenders are those? they look sick!
I believe those are poison spyder flares, same as mine (in the first 3 pics in this thread).

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OK, you want a Black Jeep, 2 Door, 37s, 3-4 inch lift (3.5), Poison Spyder Flares!

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