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35s and 6\" monolinear are on (pics)

The BFG 35s are on along with the 6" monolinear. So far I have only driven it on road and it is pretty nice. Next weekend is the real offroad test. I also have dana 44s now, ARBs, and a full cage. I wrote up the specs in my bio. What do you all think?

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Re: 35s and 6\" monolinear are on (pics)

here is another pic

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Re: 35s and 6\" monolinear are on (pics)

looks really good! let us know what you think of the Monolinear kit. matt

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Re: 35s and 6\" monolinear are on (pics)

You might need a 1in body lift??? Tell us how well those tires fit off-road.

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It looks like you're ready to go!

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Re: 35s and 6\" monolinear are on (pics)

I'm interested in how well it will hold up over time. So do an update in about 4-6 months on the durability of the lift. Do you wheel it much?




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Re: 35s and 6\" monolinear are on (pics)

Looks good but if you wheel hard those springs wont last! For some guys they dont even last through the first trip.






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Re: 35s and 6\" monolinear are on (pics)

Jason, I wheel about once a month. I don't try to break things when I wheel but I still try to challenge myself and my rig. I was running 33x9.5s with a 4" skyjacker, stock axles and gears, and open diffs for 3 years. I never broke anything on the drive train. I slightly bent one of the front springs but never replaced it. My auto tranny helped soak up some of the jolts.

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Re: 35s and 6\" monolinear are on (pics)

Look good! I wanna see some felxin' pics!
Even if you do break a spring they are probably under some sort of warranty right?
how much $$ did your kit run?
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