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Old 04-19-2009, 10:16 PM   #1
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will 35's fit with a 1.75" front spacer

New to the forum and new to Jeeps, love it though...I am looking to put 33's or 35's on my 2008 4dr wrangler X. I have a 1.75" front spacer only, what will fit, will probably do MINOR off roading, fishing, shooting etc....no crawling...thanks

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Hey Julex welcome to WF. To fit 35's you going to need at least a 2.5 inch lift and wheels with 4.5 backspacing to prevent any rubbing. 33's should fit with out any major rubbing in stock form.

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i have 35's with a 2" bb. here a few pics. i did cut the rock rail and pinch seam in the rear, i dont know if it rubbed i just cut it anyway. i also cut the front fenders. and i have wheels spacers to run the stock rims




heres after i cut the front fenders
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Yes it'll clear but rub at full flex, 2.5" rubs at full flex, flat fenders will get rid of the problem or more lift or a bodylift (not recommended for a manual tranny).
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