I dunno. I was at Lowes yesterday and there was a red TJ parked a few spaces down from mine. It looked like it sat a lot lower. Now, surely NOONE would commit the crime of lowering a Wrangler, so I assumed that perhaps mine had been raised a bit. The PO said that he was the second owner and had kept it stock, like his friend the original owner. I replaced the stock steelies with the 15 inch canyons from a Grand Cher. and the tires are 215/75/15 (one of three OE size options on the 97s). Been looking at some other Jeeps this morning, and I just can't tell.
it looks like theres a gap where the plastic splash gaurd is in the rear... maybe a 1" BL can you take some closer pics of the center by the skid plate/rear. it could be you have bigger tires. and sadly people do lower wranglers.
Didn't get home 'til after dark last night, and the pics weren't any good. I'll try this afternoon. I did check the body mounts and ther weren't any spacers. The springs are obviously newer, but nothing else has been replaced.
Can't tell, I think they are factory size replacements, because nothing has been replaced EXCEPT the springs. No new shocks or bushings that normally come in a kit. I don't think there is any lift on it, just the wheels and tires are too small...looking to remedy that now!.
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