Tire/drive train issues
Ok here's the deal I've got a 91 YJ its got about 12 inches of lift between the SOA, springs, and body lift. I found I can buy 46 x 15 inch tires for 100 bucks a piece with decent tread left. I'm in the middle of a 350 swap (as money and time permits,) and I just finished the 3/4 ton axle swap which are still full width.... My question is will I run into any problems with that big of a tire, other than the final drive ratio. Things like turning, and suspension travel (I'm assuming I'm going to have to do some cutting of the body.. I have a stock 81 truck 350 with a 4 bolt main, a granny gear Muncie 465 4 speed, and a gear driven np 205, the axles are from a 77 3/4 ton Chevy. Front is a 10 bolt, and and the rear is a 14 bolt ff. Does anyone see a problem with this combination.
Thanks in advance
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Jeep #1 94 YJ, 4.0 L, AX 15, NP 231, Waggy 44 Front, Ford 8.8 Rear, 4 inch BDS Military Wrapped springs, 33 x 12.5 x 15 Mickey T MTZ's 4.10's, 9000 lbs Harbor freight Winch,
Jeep #2 91 YJ, 350, SM 465 Granny Gear, NP 205, 44 Front, 14 Bolt FF Rear, 5.5 inch SOA, CJ front clip (Project)