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Thread: Jeep Height with a Lift

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    Default Jeep Height with a Lift

    Hey guys simple, easy question. Anyone with a 2dr JK with a 2.5-3" lift and 35" tires do me a favor? I am just curious to what the height from the ground to the top of the roof. I am planning on building an off-road camping trailer down the road and I am working on some plans. I'd like to keep the height no taller than the lift I plan on doing. So, in order to keep the heights similar, I'll need to know what to shoot for. Thanks guys!
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    It is going to depend on the lift and the tires though. Some 2" lifts give more, some sag over time, tire sizes are all over the place, then factor in drop from towing.
    You would probably be just as close by measuring now and adding in the height changes.

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    I was thinking that too but figured if someone has the set up, it would get me close as well.
    2016 Jeep Wrangler 2DR Sport S, skids, winch on steel front bumper, stock Willy's wheels and stock mud 32"s. Slow work in progress.

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    I wouldn't worry about it. Vehicle height also depends on the brand of tires, tire pressure, number of passengers (aka payload), amount of gas, weight of winch etc...
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    Thanks guys, I can make a rough estimate. I got a couple design ideas I'm kicking around and they should come close.
    2016 Jeep Wrangler 2DR Sport S, skids, winch on steel front bumper, stock Willy's wheels and stock mud 32"s. Slow work in progress.

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