I definitely wouldn't add spacers to that. I'd assume the control arms and drive shafts are already at terrible angles. How does it handle at that height?8” Roam. Last weekend when I got in s bind I had a little bit of rubbing. I use it in the mud no rock crawling.
Yes sir you are correct about that and that’s kind of what I was thinking. It actually rides really well. Now you get on a road with lots ruts in it from all the 18wheelers and the wide tires 19.5” want to pull really bad. Bad thing is theirs a lot of crappy roads in Louisiana. I appreciate the help!I definitely wouldn't add spacers to that. I'd assume the control arms and drive shafts are already at terrible angles. How does it handle at that height?
If you really want to go taller, I would say your only option is the body lift. However, you are already higher than any JL I'm aware of. I'm running a 3.5 inch kit and clear 40s with no issue.
Sometimes you want to add a body lift because it keeps the drivetrain low and frame at a lower level and thus keeping the center of gravity lower instead of adding to the suspension. If your suspension is flexing well and is not the limiting factor in your flex, it can be very relevant to think about a body lift to prevent increasing the height of the center of mass/gravity more than it is already in the case where you're doing a lot of off-camber areas etc.With the cost of a spacer lift. Why would u?