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    JK Newbie deputydog's Avatar
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    I have pro Copm 8179's 15" x 10" on Pro Comp Xtreme M/T. I attached pics of the tires and kit.
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    looks pretty good.

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    Deputydog, you may want to install the lift and see how it drives before you do cambolts. I have a 4in superlift on a 4dr and mine drives fine without them. I am planning on getting some adj lowers and didn't want to cut a notch in my ctrl arm brackets, just sayin you may be ok without cutting so that in the future you can get adj arms and not worry about them shifting or having to rebuild your brackets. And they will shift if you off-road, why have an extra worry.

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    Good idea...Thanks for the info because I do plan on the control arms later down the road. The whole "ESP" coming on is my major concern. Did you have any poblems?

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    The only prob I have with esp is going to fast on tight cloverleaf on ramps, other than that no esp issues taking reg curves fast or any other normal operating, just the tight on-ramps.

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    Well did you get the lift on yet? I cant wait for pics!!!!!!!!!!!

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    Ok the lift from Zone products is complete and I could not be happier. It took me and a buddy approx 5 hours to complete with out any iproblems. It looks absolutely great and no "ESP" issues at all. The ride is 10x smoother than factory and the wider stance makes it alot more stable. Below are some pics of the completed project.

    One issue with the 15 inch pro comp 8179. My rear pass caliper was about 1/4 wider than the rest. So the wheel weights were just barley scraping causing a slight squeek. I just took it up on the highway and it worked itself out. If you get these have them put the weights closer the the front then the back of the rim if at all possible or use only 7 gram weight not 14 gram if it can be helped.

    Also, with these 35" tires, I did cut out about a 4" triangle from the plastic piece below the bumper. Not a big issue but it was rubbing on full turns.

    So far I and completeley satisfied with the 3" susp lift from Zone Offroad. It is the best kit for the price and the look is awesome. If you are hesitating because they are the new kid on the block... don't, you won't have any regrets.

    I do have pics as the insall went on. PM if you need any or have any questions.
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    PS... don't buy the spare tire spacer or the third tail light ext kit, about $100 bucks, you don't need it whith these rims due to the backspacing.... about 3.75. Fits right on.

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    Looks good
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    Fully loaded
    Mopar Bugguard
    3" Fabtech lift
    35" Mickey Thompson ATZ
    K&N Cold Air intake
    Fabtech stabilizer
    1 1/2" Hub Centric wheel spacers
    Mopar vent visors
    4:10 Gears
    I LOVE MY JEEP


    coming soon:
    0r-fab tire carrier
    Northridge4x4

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    it still has that damn rake.
    2k8 Rescue Green jk
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    2inch spacers
    RR front bumper and rock rails
    teraflex spare tires relocator
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    Onboard air
    quick disconnects(via wrench and ratchet)
    other crap

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