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Well I figured that since I made the jump to 37's recently, I figure why not see who else is running them or bigger. So Ill be first. Havent had a chance to get it off the road yet, so this is all I got.

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Paradise, Ca
Year - 94
Lift - 2.5" OME
Shocks - OME
Bumpstops- Front: stock, rear: 2" drop
Body Lift - none
Trimming - small piece of inside of front valance
Tires- 37 x 12.50 R17 KM2's
Rims- 17 x 9 allied beadlocks, 4.5" BS
Spacers- no


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Albemarle NC
Nope....2" Slee bumpstop extensions in the front. 2" Square tubing for the rear. Wont touch the front. Barely ate the bed liner off my rear fenders. 6" Slee front, OME Js rear. 14" Procomps front, OME Ls rear.

Fits 11r16 Michelin XLs too.
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Chico, Ca
i'd love to go to 37's, i'd be lucky to convince the wife that 35's would be fine. i'd love to see some pics too. it helps me at least if you guys could include how you got enough space to fit em. :)
 
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i'd love to go to 37's, i'd be lucky to convince the wife that 35's would be fine. i'd love to see some pics too. it helps me at least if you guys could include how you got enough space to fit em. :)

You can check out mine if you'd like. I'm in Paradise, had the cruiser in Chico a lot last weekend.
 
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i'd love to go to 37's, i'd be lucky to convince the wife that 35's would be fine. i'd love to see some pics too. it helps me at least if you guys could include how you got enough space to fit em. :)

Ya', if we're going to do this, lets do it right

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Lift -
Shocks -
Bumpstops- Front - rear -
Body Lift -
Trimming -
Tires-
Rims-
Spacers-
 
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Tulsa, OK
Year - 1997 LX450
Lift - Front J's w/ 1.375" spacer - Rear J's - Should also mention, 3" MAF drop brackets on front.
Shocks - Rancho XL9000's 14" travel front and rear
Bumpstops- Front 1.375" spacer - rear 3" spacer
Body Lift - Yes - 1"
Trimming - Needed in photo - will post once complete
Tires- 37x12.50 R16.5 HUMMER Military Surplus
Rims- U.S. Wheel 70-6860 - 8.25 x 16.5 - 4.75" BS
Spacers- 1.25" Spacers
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Memphis, TN
Year - 1997 LX450
Lift - 850/860 with MAF coilspacer in front
Shocks -60018 Nitrocharger Sport Shocks 60020 Nitrocharger Sport Shocks
Bumpstops- non
Body Lift - No
Trimming - still haven't got a good chance to try them out on any other then some poser mud shots
Tires- 325/80/16 Cooper STTs
Rims- Stock LX wheels
Spacers-non


Next to no flex left available ill be moving to J springs and new shocks asap but as far as daily driving its been wonderful
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Madison, MS
97
heavy J springs
shocks are whatever came with the J kit, 2 inch Metal Tech spacers
front and rear 2 in bumpstop ext
no body lift
a little massaging of the front fender well closest to the doors
these are 38x14.50R16 Toyo MTs with 2 inch backspacing ( they actually measure to be 36s at 30 psi and 50% tread)
No spacers

notes: I run these tires on my samurai. the backspacing needs to be in the 3.5 to 4 range to work better on the 80. when flexed, tires with rub fender flares. I currently run 36x15.50r16 Mickey T ATZs that measure to be right under 35s. the Mickeys with 4.5 inch backspacing I can tuck in the fenders/flares no problem.

Bottom pic is a comparison between the 2 in BS wheels on driver side vs 4.5 BS wheels on passenger side
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i'll post up pictures.............when i get my 37s:grinpimp:
 
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year/model- 91 hdj
lift- 2.5"
shocks- Rancho LX9000
Bumpstops- NO
body lift- NO
trimming- NO
Tires- Q78-15LT (36.5x10)
Rims- Procomp d-ring
spacers- NO

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Huntington Beach, Ca
37" KM2's on FJC 17" rims rattle canned black. 1.5" spacers. FOR Gen II lift.

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Charlotte, NC
Year - 97
Lift - J's Front with a trim packer only on DS to level. Mediums rear. No spacers
Shocks - Pro Comp ES9000's with mounts moved up 3"
Bumpstops- Front - rear -3" body lift pucks for bumpstop spacers
Body Lift - never
Trimming - Lots
Tires- 38 x 12.50 x 15 custom cut TSL's
Rims- 15 x 8 cheap steel rock crawlers with 2.5 backspacing
Spacers- None.
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Kyle, you wheeled it like that? Doors fit back on afterwards?

1 trail at Windrock. Havent tried to put them back on yet, I am sure they will be fine, the cage keeps things pretty tight, and that rocker is not as dented as it looks :D (or will be adjusted via BFH).
 

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