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  1. tommudd
    12-28-2015 03:44 PM - permalink
    tommudd
    Yes that is where it is
  2. TunesKJ
    12-28-2015 01:29 AM - permalink
    TunesKJ
    Tom I need help locating the rear diff breather location... Please help! Is it the hose that goes into the block with all the brake line going to it?
  3. TunesKJ
    05-29-2015 01:09 PM - permalink
    TunesKJ
    Hey Tom I've been trying to find a Write-up, or DIY on how to install the TM 3.5 Econo Lift. I just recently bought mine but the instructions it came with have stains on it and hard to read. Any links for the install would be greatly appreciated!
  4. TunesKJ
    03-26-2015 11:39 AM - permalink
    TunesKJ
    Sorry to be a such a nag but Ive done alot of reading and you seem to know your stuff compared to others! What all comes in the Econo kit? What kind of issues will i run into with all that extra stuff, id honestly like to go as high as possible without the JBA Coils. I feel like i read in other fourms people running a similar setup. I also test fitted my cousins Pro Comp wheels with 3.75" back spacing n had no caliper issues, is that a good indication that with 4-5" of back spacing the same rims should fit. Lastly what tire would you recommend in a 32" over the intercos for mud terrain. If you can include or show me to a fender trimming add that would be of great help too. Thanks for all your wisdom and knowledge Tom!
  5. tommudd
    03-26-2015 02:09 AM - permalink
    tommudd
    If you buy the econo kit everything is there except bumpstops. If you go adding all of the other things mentioned it will be too high and you'll have lots of issues. Just get the .500 clevis spacer and bumpstops thats all you need. 32X10.50 is going to be a lot of tire even when going to 4.10s due to the weight etc but will be close and can run. 7 inch wide wheel with 4 inches of backspacing OR 8 inch wide and 5 inches of backspacing Lot of 15 inch wheels will not fit over the front calipers by the way
  6. TunesKJ
    03-25-2015 08:22 PM - permalink
    TunesKJ
    Hey Tom if run the Tommudd Econo 3.5 lift kit with Heavy Duty springs 1/4" JBA strut spring rings, 1/4" JBA upper strut plate, 0.5 JBA clevis spacer, & 2 rear JBA coil isolators per side, plus 4.10 gears. Could i run Interco truxs mt or tsl Radials in a 32x10.5x15 tire? Why Interco, looking for the most aggresive mud radial, not concerned with road noise only performance more in mud than in rain or snow... Also my cousin runs Pro Comp 15x8 rims with 3.75 back spacing/-19 offseton his XJ... Can i run that size or do you recomment a 15x7 with the same offset?



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