35s if a huge amount of work. Keep researching. Fitting is the easy part, hell you can fit 35s on stock with the right fenders or an angle grinder. Majority of the money spent will be on starting, stopping, and pointing those big rubbers in the right direction.
Poverty/College Budget 2004 TJ BB, 1.25" BL, MML, JK shocks, 313x12.5 Federal MT's
If it can't be fixed with squats or fish oil...your probably gonna die (u aware?)
Im wondering if i can put 35's on my jeep with a 4 in lift or do i have to stick with 33's?
You will need a 1" body lift, your axles will need to be geared for the larger tires 4.10s or lower (4.56s, 4.88s), your brakes will need to be able to stop these larger tires, your steering will need to be firm enough to fight the side-to-side forces caused by the larger tires - requiring components upwards of the OEM components.
Tomb Raider #815 - 2003 1/2 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon w/4" Pro Comp/Metal Cloak dbl adj arms, Pro-Comp MX-6, Daystar BL, K&N FIPK II w/Air Raid, ViAir Extreme OBA, Currie Steering, Black Rock D909s, 35" BFG KM2 -- BUILT FOR BAJA 4" 33" to 35"
Location: Metter, Ga recently moved from California, Md
I have a 2013 JKU automatic with 3" lift & 35's. Seems to work fine but theme from many threads seems to be less lift will prolong parts. Probably could have accomplished what I wanted to with a 2.5" lift.