jj jeeping· Registered
2014 jeep sport
I put a 3.50 on my2014 jk 2door it was rough country came with everything u need Im on 35's but I had to change gears and 1' leveling kit I went with 4.88 and everything so far is great I did lose 7 mph because of the rpm im turning now . But i love it all toghter it cost 3300.00 tires gears lift and all it was worth every penny hope this helpsHey so I’ve had my jeep for a while and I have finally saved up some money to start doing what I want to it. Right now it sits on 33’s by 12.5 by 17. It was the stock Dina 30 front axle I’m pretty and maybe an 8.8 on the back. I want to put a 3.5 in lift on it along with 35 or 37 inch tires on 17’s. I’ve been reading a lot about the difference between the 35 to 37 tire and that the 37’s require more work to be put in. I have a budget around 4,000 and I’m on here looking for input from people who are more experienced than I am. Also I’m not planning on doing an MAJOR off-roading but only slight or small trails(not rock crawling). Any input will help, also I have a shop with a hydrolic lift where I can do it myself so installation cost is not a factor.