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post #1 of 12 Old 07-30-2016, 12:17 PM Thread Starter
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Show Your 2-Door on 40s+

2-Doors don't get shown as much as the JKU. There is the Stretched 2-Door thread and the Post your 37s thread, so I thought 'lets see what 40s+ on little 2-doors look like and what guys have been doing to get them to fit.' Plus their thoughts on that big of a tire and lift on the short wheel base they are running. Right now I'm doing the LCG on 37s on my 2-door, but its going to be tweeked because I want more up-travel 3" is not enough.


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40s on a stock wheelbase is a little short IMO. A 3" stretch would be ideal.

Here's mine on 3.5 RK springs and stock wheelbase.



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40s on a stock wheelbase is a little short IMO. A 3" stretch would be ideal.

Here's mine on 3.5 RK springs and stock wheelbase.
I had my 4" TF springs in at first with my 37s then swapped back to 17/58s w/ 1.75 spacers I was running with my 33s before the flat fenders. I haven't gotten a chance to really wheel it yet but first impressions were stock is a little short once you start going big.

What fenders are those?


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Running pretty much stock wheelbase with 40" sticky treps, it really needs a stretch.


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Here is mine. 3 inch lift stock length and toyo 40s

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105 WB, 40 Nitto's, 3in. of lift

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I think 40s on a two door is badass it's just stock axles are too weak to handle those big meats tons and a 3 inch stretch would be perfect
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Size:  153.1 KB first pic is 40 stock .the second one is whit the 12 inchs strech,like it better whit some strech,,40 and 14.50 is big

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2009 on 40" stickys. Its for sale too.

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Custom weld in roll cage that ties to the frame and allows the use of factory and after market tops.

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For the street and trail four 40/13.5/17 Nitto trail grapplers on AE beadlocks.
For the trail ONLY four 40/13.5/17 Maxxis competition Sticky Treps on ATX Slab bead locks.

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This rig is street legal and will pass emissions. I have both driven it to the trail to wheel and also trailered it.
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