Join Date: Feb 2001
Location: kansas city
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Re: Truning to you guys for some desperate help.
Of course you want to go bigger, who doesn't. [img]images/graemlins/confused.gif[/img] But, were it me, I'd stick with what works. You have 33's now with no problems. Your axles have held up to 33's, no rubbing, no power problems. Plus the 33's ARE new, not LIKE new. I just went through the same type of deal, from 35's up to 37's, then 3 months later back down to 35's because the 37's were causing too many problems. I had to add more lift, and was going to have to upgrade the axles, no doubt about it. So, after a few months of babying it, I decided it wasn't worth it right now, and 35's had been working fine, so back to 35's it was. This was all after I spent a ton 'o' cash on the rear end, lift, tranny, sye, driveshaft, just to make the jeep handle the 35's reliably. So, unless you want to start dumping serious cash towards axles and such, stick with what you know works. Just my .02
And btw, rangers and yj/tj's all have 5-4.5 bolt pattern.