2” pucks? We did that on a buddy’s TJ and he wheeled it like that for years. I think we added a 1” body lift at some point in there, just because it rubbed under a lot of flex but that probably won’t be an issue for a “high school” rig.Not sure if Eric can see this while he's in Baltimore MD mission or not but this will be getting some 33" BFG that were left from the MJ build. I MAY add a lunchbox locker in the rear? He can change that, if he desires, to a selectable with his own $ when he gets back?
I'm not wanting to put a bunch of $ into his Jeep while he's out but it's a handy spare car at times. Might need to be a spare for @cbryson to drive at EJS 2019 on a couple trails. He's still got the puck lift on there. I'm sure he has lift springs in my mess of a garage but I'm wondering if anyone has run 33" tires on a puck lift with maybe some tube fenders?
That going to rub like crazy without some major bumpstops in the front even when you lift it. I'd guess you need at least 2" more up front.
There are cheap winches around the internet, and the HF Badlands 12K can be had for $289 pretty regularly.
It went up about 1-1.5" from the spacer lift. We'll see how it runs out? I do have some older Teraflex lower control arms kicking around but am not really a fan of those. I've spent PLENTY of $ on my mission son's Jeep this year (still an exhaust to go). I'd like to stop the bleeding. All for a couple days with the new daughter-in-law to experience a couple mild trails. I'll be driving this and my son/daughter-in-law that just got married will be in my "big" JeepI think you're going to want LCA's before anything else. In my experience putting that much lift on them changes the caster so much that death wobble comes a knocking at your door. Some "lift" or adjustable LCA's will push it back into better caster #'s.
Looks good though and it's amazing how much fun you can have with a lil' TJ. Your kiddos are lucky.