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exactly as stated for a '92 YJ. (as far as just lifts are concerned).

BTW, are the MTRs true to their size??

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a minimum of a spring over, stock springs and fender triming.

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4" susp. lift, 2 or 3" body lift, maybe some fender trimming.

I'd install the susp. lift and trim the fenders first. After that, figure out how much more you need and install the appropriate body lift. This is assuming you don't want to do a spring-over-axle conversion.

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*bites mud puppy's nipple*
I LOVE your jeep. Sigh.

As for the tires, I have a 3" bl, putting in a 4" suspension.
That should hold 35s fine just might have some rubbing. should be ok tho.

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I have 35" SSR's and I put in a 4" lift, 2" body lift and longer shackles and they don't rub....

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TJ flares with fender trimming is done.
I have extended shackles that I'm using and planning on using.
I'm planning on the RE 4.5" lift.
I have a 3" bl installed now but I want to take it down to 1".

I don't want to go SOA yet.

Would it even be worth it to try pushing the 35s or should I aim for a set of 33s?

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