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I am about to lift my jeep 3.5" and put 35x12.5 tires. I was just wondering if anyone had pics because I am wondering if I should go 4". I am slowly getting into off-roading and it's time for me to get away from stock
 

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I am about to lift my jeep 3.5" and put 35x12.5 tires. I was just wondering if anyone had pics because I am wondering if I should go 4". I am slowly getting into off-roading and it's time for me to get away from stock


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3.5" on 35's procomp mt


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Heres mine with a mopar 2 inch lift and 35's.




The rear will rub once in a blue moon under some decently difficult trails.
But any normal trail driving I've never had an issue. If i'm not mistaken though anything higher than a 2inch lift requires some more modifications. I could be wrong so hopefully someone can chime in with that. Brake lines, exhaust loop relocation etc.
 

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my 2011 four door used to have 35" Cooper tires and run 2" Synergy Mfg coilsprings with a .5" spacer up front to level her.
That is a bunch of lift you're considering for a 35" tire but that is only my opinion. Here is an image of that config on mine from 3-4 years ago .

 

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2.5" on 35s


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Here is 37s with 3.5 inches of lift and there is still plenty of room. I would go not more than 3.5 inches

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