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Old 10-15-2013, 09:01 PM   #1
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33 vs 35 pics

So there is always much discussion on what to go with. My question is does anyone have picks of 2.5 lift and 33 and 2.5 lift and 35 side by side pics
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Good luck on this one. 2.5 inches of lift is not even good for 33's so if you get some on 35's they are really pushing it.
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Good luck on this one. 2.5 inches of lift is not even good for 33's so if you get some on 35's they are really pushing it.
Unless it's a JK he's looking for pics of.
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Unless it's a JK he's looking for pics of.
Yes 2014 jk unlimited
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Although I don't have photos on hand, I can tell you this: There's one guy with 2.5", flat flares and 35"s in one of my groups and a guy with 2.5" and 33"s. The 2.5" with 33"s looks a little off to me. Too much wheel well space, looks like its on stilts. The 35"s on the other hand fills up perfect and even without the flares looks much better. If you want 33"s, go with a leveling kit. I have 32"s and a (my own version) leveling kit if you want to see what that would look like.
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Although I don't have photos on hand, I can tell you this: There's one guy with 2.5", flat flares and 35"s in one of my groups and a guy with 2.5" and 33"s. The 2.5" with 33"s looks a little off to me. Too much wheel well space, looks like its on stilts. The 35"s on the other hand fills up perfect and even without the flares looks much better. If you want 33"s, go with a leveling kit. I have 32"s and a (my own version) leveling kit if you want to see what that would look like.
I think I agree that is why I am looking for pics. 35s I am thinking
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Honestly not too sure how much lift I have since the PO installed it but here's a pic of my 33's


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Honestly not too sure how much lift I have since the PO installed it but here's a pic of my 33's
No matter what that is from looks 35s would fit....
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Unless it's a JK he's looking for pics of.
It always helps if some information is offered up in the beginning so everyone knows what is being in question.
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No matter what that is from looks 35s would fit....
Not with any flex they wouldnt
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Not with any flex they wouldnt
Not even. 35"a on that setup, looks like bumpy roads will stuff pretty those flares pretty well.
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I have 33's on a 2.5" budget boost. Take a look at my profile pics. Sorry for some reason can no longer post picks from my phone. I think 33's look and fit great with a 2.5".
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