Hey Nice Jeep, I had a yj like that until I totaled it
. Oh well another one is on the way. As for tires I'd run some 31 mud tired, probably pro comp, bfg, or sport king. Don't go bigger than 31's because you only have a most likely 15x8 wheel. Also A lockright would be good, or something similar. You might be able to put 33's on with those springs though you would need to change wheels, gears, and most likely axles to go that big. Just put on some 31" muds, a lockright in the rear, make your own sway bar discos, get a tow strap, Hi-lift, gerry can, watter can, cb, fire extingusher, 1st aid kit, Full front cage, and tow hooks front and rear, yu'll be set I'd stress a full cage when I totaled my yj the winshield collapsed and if we would have be going any faster it would have been in our faces. trust me it's worth it, especially since yours doesn't even have front spreader bars. What's needed for 35's you ask? Well you pretty much need to swap out your axles, 80's grand wagoneer Dana 44 axles are a good, comon and easy swap. You also need lower gears probably 4.10's or 4.56's, Then you need the lift, atleast 4 (that the minimum, when you disconect they will rub) 6-8" is perfered, a good combo is a 4" lift spring (a high qualty, not procomp or any cheep ones), 1" lift shackle, and a 1 or 2" body lift. Then you need the tires and wheels, you should atleast get mud tires when you have 35's to get the full potential, but super swampers or baja claws are probably the best for the trail, you most likely will need a 15x10 wheel, and If I were you I'd just get steel wheels so you don't scratch and destroy aluminum wheels. That's not all you also need longer brake lines, a slip yoke eliminator and cv drive shaft, a drop pitman arm, Longer sway bars, and some more little stuff.
'95 YJ Totaled!
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