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Old 03-28-2012, 10:33 AM   #1
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About to order wheels and tires, please let me know if I've chosen correctly!

Hey guys! I've been researching wheels and tires on here and I think I've got everything I'll need, but was hopping someone would let me know if I'm wrong before I order the stuff.

I have a 2001 TJ Sport with a stock suspension, and well, stock everything!
I'm going to get DuraTracs - 31x10.50R-15LT, C load rating
Also some Pro Comp steel wheels -15x8, 5x4.5 bolt pattern, 3.75" backspacing
I'm also planning on lugs, stems and center caps.

please let me know if I made any mistakes or if you think I'll need anything else. Thanks a lot!

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SidSpider,

Your tires and rims should fit, so you have the correct items that would go together.

Being stock in suspension is not going to give you much room for going over rocks. You are increasing your axle/vehicle height a little bit over stock, and have increased the amount of tire on the road.

Please read the stickies in the section for lifts, etc... for more info.

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SidSpider,

Your tires and rims should fit, so you have the correct items that would go together.

Being stock in suspension is not going to give you much room for going over rocks. You are increasing your axle/vehicle height a little bit over stock, and have increased the amount of tire on the road.

Please read the stickies in the section for lifts, etc... for more info.

Happy Trails!
Hi! I've been a little busy the past couple days and haven't been able to check in, sorry for the delay. I just wanted to thank you for taking the time to help me out!
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