The purpose of this thread is to layout a complete list of stock specifications found on the Wrangler TJ. This information was gathered from several sources and is believed to be accurate for U.S. spec Wranglers TJ (it may not be accurate for foreign models). If you notice any errors or have...
Even after regearing the diffs, depending on what you plan to do, the 35" tires are probably a bit much for your TJ unless you have the optional Dana 44 rear axle or some aftermarket axle upgrade. If you are not planning on going offroad, your probably OK but then the 6" lift would definitely be a tad overkill.
What are your immediate plans for your new baby; street machine or rock cruncher?
Idonno, I'd be really hesitant to daily drive a Wrangler with a six inch lift...unless it were a nice one. Does this lift have adjustable control arms or track bars? Are there pucks (rubber spacers) above or below the springs that you could remove to lower it a bit?
With 35" tires, you'll probably also want to go even deeper in your gearing, especially if you really want to go off-road with it. But, again, running 35's on a Dana 35 and doing any serious off-road stuff is probably asking for a snapped axle. Short of getting a beefier axle (Dana 44 or Ford 8.8), you could upgrade your axle shafts to aftermarket chromalloy to improve your odds...or do a super 35 upgrade.
I’m thinking about doing a super 35 mostly cause an axle swap it out of budget for a little bit. And I did a transfer case drop and figured after putting a front bumper and winch and rear bumber and some skid plates the weight would lower it some