Hello Yjwolf, I just installed 33s under my 1988 Jeep YJ today and the ride is great. Sterring isn't as quick with the smaller tires I had on it before today but I'm really happy with the 33s. Before I could mount the 33s, I had to install a 2" lift block kit that I bought from JC Whitney. I should add that I had to buy new urethane bushings (kit) too. Plus I decided to replace the bown out shock absorbers also. The whole deal, parts and labor ran up to $1100! Contact me if you need more details.
I'm running a 4" RC SL and a 1" Shackle lift, with 33's. I've got my front and rear track bars off and when I'm really flexed the rears will rub a bit, but nothing to be concerned about I don't think.
You're never to old to have toys!
'90 YJ, 4" RC Suspension lift, 1" Shackle lift, SYE and CV, Holley Carb, 33/12.50/15 Dynapro M/T's. RIP my old friend.
Yjwolf, I should have typed that I had to pay my local mechanic $150 to install the 2" lift block kit, which cost $150, the urethane bushing kit which cost another $150 and a pair of 2" shackles for the front ($50) (so thats $500 right there). The four new shock absorbers cost $240 plus $40 to have them installed (so thats $780). The tire shop charged me $20 to install the tires ($300) for a total of $1100.