Re: To Trim or To Bumpstop?
Are you SOA or doyou just have wrangler springs SUA?
I ask because If you are SOA use the dropped bumpstops available from Rancho and other companies.
If you are SUA I'd bust out the Sawzall.
I am currently SUA (not for long) and did some trimming, and hammering. Now I can fit 36" x 12.5" Swampers in there with little or minimal rubbing. I have the dropped bumpstops and have removed the fender flares. My center of gravity is very low and I can run large tires. My springs are Pro-Crap 4" lift with the lower leaf removed from each pack, making them more like a 2-3" lift.
After I go SOA I will still run the bumpstops though I doubt they are going to do anything for me but hey I could be wrong.
SO here's the breakdown.
If you like to keep you Jeep looking "Stock" (not chopped and bashed like mine) get the drop bump stops.
If you like the hammered look, get the sawzall out and start cutting. Thats best for performance though it doesn't look pretty.