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post #11 of (permalink) Old 04-19-2002, 11:16 AM
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Re: How high is your jeep?

My frame measures 19-1/2" to the bottom on the drivers side and 19-3/4" on the passenger side. This measurement was taken on the frame about in the middle of the door.
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Re: How high is your jeep?

79 CJ-7 2.5" springs, soa, 3"body lift(soon to be gone), and about .5" in shackles. from ground to bottom of frame under the door is approx 27" , from ground to top of roll-bar is approx 89"(so after the body lift is gone ~ 86")
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Re: How high is your jeep?

my yj's frame is about 25 1/2" off the ground, with a spring over using about 2" lift springs........and worn out 35" tires
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Re: How high is your jeep?

From the ground up to the drivers side is 24.5. SOA, 2.5 procomp sprinf with BFG AT 35's. CJ7
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Re: How high is your jeep?

I have a 97 TJ 4.0, AX-15, Rubicon Express 3.5 Super-flex system, Q78 Swamper TSL on rockcrawler 15X8 rims.
My TJ heights are as follows:
Driver side rocker to ground 26"
Passenger side rocker to ground 25 1/2"
skid plate at lowest point to ground 18"
front D30 lowest point to ground 12 3/4"
rear D44 lowest point to ground 11"
poly body mounts but no lift from them.
I don't have the stock specs. sorry[img]images/icons/frown.gif[/img]
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Re: How high is your jeep?

ok i'll play [img]images/icons/smile.gif[/img]
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4.5 RE
1" body(doesn't raise the frame)
32" mtr's

19.5" to bottom frame

NOT HIGH ENOUGH!
TO BE REVISED [img]images/icons/smile.gif[/img]
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Re: How high is your jeep?

27.5" on both sides to the bottom of the frame...89 YJ SOA and worn out CJ-7 lift springs
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Re: How high is your jeep?

With a spring over, add a leaf, a 2" bodylift and 33" Swampers I am at 23" to the bottom of the frame and 29" to the rocker panel.
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Re: How high is your jeep?

CJ7 SOA with 7 leaf hd CJ rear springs front and rear, MORE SRS that adds 1", 37" MT/R's @ 6lbs gets me 24" at frame, 30" to bottom of trimmed tub (no body lift) and 20" to bottom of custom x-member.
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Re: How high is your jeep?

My rockers are a bit different so they sit higher than a standard set up.
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