Badlands on 37s Town and Country

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36 is enough to deny your warranty claim, so why stop there?
Oh they wont know Im on 36s. I will have 2 sets of wheels. Big trucks have to do that in Hawaii for annual safety check anyways. Cant have any tire poke here. Keep the stockers for safety check and service calls. They will be soo impressed with the treadwear mileage :ROFLMAO:

The main reason for 36's is so my wife can climb in easily. Otherwise I'd go full redneck and put 44s on it! Plus I like the oddball 36" size, it throws people off when they are scoping out my ride.
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Because they're designed that way... they had to go with a softer window material to get the articulation they wanted back there. Is it a defect? No. A poor design decision? Possibly.
The rear window "panels" are removed before the rear section (behind the doors) of the top is folded, they could have been glass. It is purely a cost cutting feature.
 

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I like it better when it was stock.
 

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Yes, You are correct. Technically from the factory they are coil overs, just not adjustable coil overs.
The 4WP one's are. I do not care for the flares or 4WP stuff in general, but that front bumper does look good, along with the wheels.
I don't like the bumper, makes the winch far too high and the shock height may be adjustable, but not position sensitive and will most likely be quite a bit stiffer...I don't know if I would downgrade my suspension just to lift, but I'm not Mitchel or a Mall Crawler! lol
 

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I don't like the bumper, makes the winch far too high and the shock height may be adjustable, but not position sensitive and will most likely be quite a bit stiffer...I don't know if I would downgrade my suspension just to lift, but I'm not Mitchel or a Mall Crawler! lol
The winch is very high, I agree. I've seen the bumper in person mounted up and to me it looks good.
The 4WP coil overs ARE adjustable, there is no "may be" about it. They are threaded body adjustable coil overs.
Again, I am not a fan of Smitty Built/4WP in general however.
I'd be looking at the Fun Haver set up before this one.
 

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The rear window "panels" are removed before the rear section (behind the doors) of the top is folded, they could have been glass. It is purely a cost cutting feature.
This is for the rear lift
The winch is very high, I agree. I've seen the bumper in person mounted up and to me it looks good.
The 4WP coil overs ARE adjustable, there is no "may be" about it. They are threaded body adjustable coil overs.
Again, I am not a fan of Smitty Built/4WP in general however.
I'd be looking at the Fun Haver set up before this one.
Height, not ride!
 

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This is for the rear lift

Height, not ride!
YES!
They are height adjustable.
I went through this with the 4WP guy when I went and saw the red Bronco on 37's.
I wasn't impressed and neither was he for anything more than fire roads.
Pass.
 

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The rear window "panels" are removed before the rear section (behind the doors) of the top is folded, they could have been glass. It is purely a cost cutting feature.
The back also has a lift up feature to help with access thru the rear gate. That's why the windows are soft...the windows don't come out for that.
 

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Correct me if I'm wrong, because I only know what I know from the various threads I've read, but with a +35 offset these should rub. Maybe that is the clearance issues he was talking about?
 
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