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Old 01-22-2007, 11:28 PM   #31
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I wanna see a picture of those 33's with no lift. Have any?
these are the only pics i have ATM .... from my Club's trip to Uwharrie National Forest, NC in Oct 06 ....

Kodak rock









this is why i recently blew up the tranny ... there is about 30" of air under the driver front tire



random hill climb





Daniel's Ledge: (rear is fully stuffed, barely makes contact with the fender flare)



at camp, for reference i am 5'9"





ill see if i can get some pics over the next few days of it sitting in a parking lot so you can see the stance ... low and wide ... i love it.

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Old 01-23-2007, 04:41 PM   #32
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Old 01-23-2007, 08:32 PM   #33
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i would just do 33s and call it a day. you will regret 31s. no need to lift a jeep 3 full inches and only go up 1/2" in tire height. you end up with a jeep that has a high center of gravity without a taller and wider tire to balance it all out.
as far as cost of the BFG AT goes, here are some tirerack.com figures (just so you see that shouldn't be the selling point...if it comes down to that):
31x10.50 = $127
32x11.50 = $127
33x10.50 = $135
33x12.50 = $139

hardly a cost difference between a 31 and a 33, but totally worth it in the end.
i run a 33x12.50 with 3" of lift and i wouldn't have it any other way with that amount of lift.

as for the BFG tires, i've run the AT and currently the MT, and have loved them both. the AT was great for everyday road use and occasional light wheeling, but the MT is an all business tire. decent road manners, great off road abilities.

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