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  1. If you're set on 31's then a simple budget boost (coil spacer in the front and chevy s10 lowering shackle in the rear) should be plenty for you unless you plan on running larger tires in the future.
  2. Looks good! Are you going to trim the fender liners to help clear the tires?
  3. What he did is he probably ran the last 8 digits of your VIN, not the entire thing.
  4. What size tire is that? When I was running on 31x10.50-15s I had a 31x10.50 spare under my SWB with no mods needed. Mine are 255/75R17 which should equal to about 32" in diameter. Everything was close to clearing but just those few mods made it clear with plenty of room.
  5. Yes they will fit but it takes a little bit of modification to make them fit. I run the stock 17" JK wheels and I needed to trim the rear sheetmetal on the bed, relocate the prop valve mounting point, and cut the exhaust where it goes over the axle. Now it looks just like factory though.
  6. Great looking MJ! That's the perfect sized lift/tire combo out there I think.
  7. Great looking MJ! What did you end up doing with the factory rear bumper?
  8. Wow, that's a great deal for the WJ upgrade. I'll be going to snag that stuff soon as well.
  9. Great choice on going to the WJ brakes in the front I have heard only positive reviews from the guys that use them. What JY do you frequent and how much did the last round of parts set you back?
  10. I was wondering how long it would be till you made a build thread. Great starting point!
  11. Great build thread! How difficult was the 4wd conversion?
  12. How much did the new headliner set you back? Mine needs replacement as well since it is covered in cigarette burns.
  13. Summit Racing sells both the plain black Fey bumper and the chrome bumper. Remember that with the Fey bumper you will need to also purchase the mounting kit. Black Fey bumper: http://www.summitracing.com/parts/fey-63000/overview/ Chrome Fey bumper: http://www.summitracing.com/parts/fey-73000/overview/ Mounting kit: http://www.summitracing.com/parts/fey-97900/overview/
  14. I believe I remember that there was a member on here who adapted JK tail lights but I never saw pics. You can make pretty much anything work if you're willing to put in the time and effort.
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