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Hey there,

Im real new at this so please bear with me.

I got a 94 cherokee sport and im about to add a lift kit.

The kit I've been considering is the 8" X-factor system = http://www.tellico4x4.com/catalog/product_info.php/cPath/739_3072_3075/products_id/24152

They reccommend no more than 35" tires but a friend says I could run 38"s

I would like to avoid any rubbing and dont want to have to start cutting into the body work so any advice from anyone that has done this with a cherokee would be much apreciated.

Tahnks in advance.

P.S. Good brand recommendation for tires?
 

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Your friend does not know what he is talking about. Listen to the manufacturer of the lift. with 8" of lift 35's would fit well. read the entire description-"May require minor front fender trimming to run 35" tires."
I am running 6" and 33's.

If you plan on running 38's on a Cherokee there will be more imortant things to worrie about other than triming the fenders. 38's will blow the hell outa a D35. 35's will requier regearing and will be more than enough tire for the D35(assuming thats what is in it)

as for a brand recomendation on tires, start with a little research and decide what type of tire you will want, milage you desire, performance you desire, size, tread, and what not. With out any guidlines to go by, I can give you a hole page of good brand recomendations but only a handful would actually be suitable for you.

In addition to that lift you will also need a slip yoke eliminator and rear driveshaft. If you plan on running 35's, regearing will be a most for a DD and you should consider upgrading the D35.

That lift will require welding to your unibody and cutting off stock mounts.
 

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There are 3 very helpful tools on this site and no matter how much you know they are still usfull. Alot of your questions will be answered

Here
http://www.pavementsucks.com/forums/search.php


and Here
http://www.pavementsucks.com/gallery/

and since you are a Jeep owner
http://www.pavementsucks.com/forums/viewtopic.php?topic=77525
 

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8" with alittle cutting and youll get 35's to fit. I have 35's on my 92 with 8" of lift and ALOT of cutting, but thats because i wanted the clearence for the flex. Heres what mine looks like...

[img=500x375]http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v219/jeepflexitude/DSC05689.jpg[/img]

If you want to see what it looks like with the tires stuffed while flexing, let me know and ill post up a couple pics.
 
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