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post #1 of (permalink) Old 06-24-2003, 04:00 PM
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CJ\'s on 35\'s

Im looking for some pics of CJ's on 35's. Any pictures will work. IF you know how much its lifted and the types of lift involved write it down.
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Re: CJ\'s on 35\'s

Here is a pic of my 75 CJ5 on 35" BFG's. The lift consists of 2.5" suspension and double rubber body bushings and a 3/4" of plywood for the body lift. The previous owner seemed to think that was a good idea. [img]images/graemlins/AR15firing.gif[/img]



Here is a closer look at the plywood. If you look right below the right taillight, you can see it.

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Re: CJ\'s on 35\'s

You can check out Tom's CJ8 at
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Re: CJ\'s on 35\'s

Do the 35's scrub bad? I was going to put a 4in RE lift and 2in body on my CJ7 and was told 35's would rub bad (NO fender rtimming but i would do a minimal amount). Your only running a 2.5in lift and about a 2in body lift? Any fender trimming on your 5? Thanks, Taylor
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Re: CJ\'s on 35\'s

Heres 35s on my Commando with a CJ/YJ front clip. Its SOA with no body lift and they fit fine with room to stuff em. The rear quarters are cut out alot and the front fenders trimmed for the TJ flares.
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Re: CJ\'s on 35\'s

Actually, I am going to remove the plywood and go with a straight 1" body lift. I have already purchased a set of 33" LTBs. The 35s rubbed EVERYWHERE. Springs, fender lips, the tub inside of the wheelwells in the back..... It was more of a problem with backspacing, but flexed I am sure they rubbed all over.
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Re: CJ\'s on 35\'s

Mine are here
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But since I'm a pic ho.......I'll pop one here too. [img]images/graemlins/tongue.gif[/img]
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Re: CJ\'s on 35\'s

About 7" SOA. They rub nicely at all corners.

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Re: CJ\'s on 35\'s

SOA plus an inch from SRS.
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Re: CJ\'s on 35\'s

Not 35", but close...

34x10.5 Swamper LTBs (measure 34 3/8" ;D ) on a 76 CJ5 with 3.5" SUA.

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