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Old 10-12-2011, 11:32 AM   #1
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making sure this setup works

Hello all, first real post....that said im also a noob jeep owner. I purchased my 2012 Rubicon from Pat@fields, and now need to double check a few things. i purchase a texaflex 2.5 lift kit, and now want to change my rim and tires. For the tire i would like to go with the Goodyear Duratrac LT315/75R16 with the Pro Comp Alloy Series 7089 16x8 with a 4.5" backspacing. Does this sound correct or do i need to tweak something to make this work. Thank You

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That setup will work fine on your JK. Have you found this setup in stock? We carry both and it is hard to keep them in stock. Espcially the Duratracs! Let us know if we can help though. We have free mounting, balancing, and shipping on most wheels and tires! We can help you get your JK sitting right!

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Old 10-13-2011, 09:36 AM   #3
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Not to threadjack, but I figured if we have one started.....

I have a stock 2011 wrangler sport. I would like to put wheels and tires on but do not currently have the money for a lift kit. (Nor do I want to mess with the warrantied suspension)

I was wondering what the largest size tires are that I could put on without affecting gearing or losing too much wheel movement (up/down) for minor off-roading (hunting trails that are graded but rutted out by the end of season).

I was thinking about Procomp 7032 16" Backspace: 4.5 " with a 32" AT tire.
Will this work? I realize that 32" is a generalization and the closest thing I have found to that is 265/75/16 if I am correct....

I was quoted for a 285/75/16, but I was under the impression that would rub.... am I wright or wrong?

Thanks for your help.
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