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    Converted decades ago and now regret.
  2. Please tell me more about the lowers and what you needed to make them work. Thanks!
  3. First, that's a handsome truck and you've really made some great choices. Don't mean to hijack this thread, but have a related question. Presently running 255/70/16's on my stock height truck. Very minimal rub turned to the stops. Are the WJ lowers the answer to run a taller, wider tire without the rub? I want to level the truck and further oversize the tires, but I don't necessarily want to "lift" it.
  4. Tires are BFG AT 31-10.50-15 in same as new cond and the wheels are good The tires was almost $850 with mount and balance Wheels have the 5 on 4 1/2 bolt pattern used on Jeep Wranglers TJ and YJ from 1987 to 2006 and is also used by many Cherokee Grand Cherokee Comanche and some Ford Ranger Explorer and more Asking $675 for all show contact info
  5. As a buyer, I look at FB, but as a seller I use CL and eBay to keep a sanitary distance from trolls.
  6. A dose of humanity. I don't want to be a buzzkill, rather I want to celebrate the human spirit and inspiration that keeps me humble and reminds me I'm blessed. I took this pic of my girlfriend, Michelle, doing her routine shopping at our local Super Walmart. That's her 93YO mother in an adult carriage. Her Mom has Parkinson's and onset dementia. In spite of the fact that Michelle works full time, she's her mothers primary caregiver, makes every Dr's appointment with her Mom, prepares meals, maintains hygiene, meds and a household. And I thought I was a tough guy. I love this woman and she puts up with me.
  7. I always used "offset" when speaking of wheels, but I guess "backspacing" is more common Jeep terminology. That said (and I'm not techie) ... the size tire you want to run will drive the backspacing and lift requirement. Less backspacing = more tire sticking outside of the wheel well. Lastly, many lift "kits" are not complete. In any event, you'll get what you pay for.
  8. That's what a good deal looks like. If it were in New England, you'd have to stand in line to pay $1200. Damn.
  9. Echo the previous posts. A $4-5K budget and patience will get you clean, straight truck to make your own. Might not include your cost to transport. You might start shopping here >> https://comancheclub.com/topic/58803-the-good-the-bad-and-the-rusty-061719-cl-list/ Best of luck!
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