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post #7 of (permalink) Old 09-06-2003, 09:01 PM
JBTater
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Re: Center of Gravity

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A bone stock TJ will do amazing stuff off road

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Leave it stock, put some more agressive tires on it and some sway bar disco's

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I just went wheeling for the first time last weekend with my STOCK TJ. I have some nice 31x10.50 mud tires on it and no other mods (yet). As I looked at the first hill all covered with rocks I thought, "No way". But right up I went. As the day went on I was more and more amazed at the stock rigs ability.
Like you, I want more and bigger, but for now I'm content to learn the craft and then, after I've used these tires up, I'll go bigger and badder.
As for the disco's, I just replaced the evil torx bolts with Grade 8, 7/16" hex heads that I can get some decent wrenches on. 5 minutes and two zip-ties and they're secure and out of the way.
Get out there and enjoy what you have, then decide what you want. Heck, you might end up wanting to spend that lift money on lockers instead, depending on the type of wheeling you like the best.
Good luck and enjoy.
Jim
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