Gladiator Lift Kits

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    Best looking one yet! What are the details on your sliders?
     
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    Yes I like those, more info please!
     
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    were wheel spacers needed to keep clearance?
     
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    The owner of that Jeep is a forum member and he says there is no rub lock to lock steering.
     
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    Opinions are like well you know...

    Here’s mine .. I think gigantic tires stuffed under a Jeep look like your too cheap to lift it . It just looks edgy.
     
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    I want the most articulation I can get on the biggest tire I can get on the smallest lift I can get that can be fitted in the stock spare space. I see that as 35's on 17's or 18's with a 2" lift. I could be persuaded to get 37's, but the hit to braking and power delivery without a regear just seems like it would be too much.

    Teach me.
     
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    IMO 35's on the 2" lift is the answer
     
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    Can anybody confirm the size of this wheel tire combo?

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    They look like 40x14.50R20... or maybe even 15.50.

    IMO the best look is 40's with a 4.5" lift like the pics below. But im sure Dana 60s and Regear will be a must? i dont plan to run my offroad much.

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