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Old 03-15-2013, 07:56 PM   #1
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2013 JKUR owners - need visual... KM2 285/75R17 and KM2 305/70R17 on OEM wheels

Per the title... need photos of 2013 JKUR owner's using factory wheels with the following BFG tires.

KM2 285/75R17 (Dia= 33.9 SW= 11.3" on 8" wheel)

KM2 305/70R17 (Dia= 33.9 SW=12.2” on 9” wheel)


If applicable, please indicate specifications if using lift or spacers.

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07-13 tire and wheel fitment is the same

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Old 03-15-2013, 08:01 PM   #3
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I think he wants to see what those tires look like on 2013 wheels.
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I think he wants to see what those tires look like on 2013 wheels.
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Old 03-26-2013, 06:40 PM   #5
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Scoured the internet looking for the same setup - I have seen it with the older Rubicon wheels but not the 2013s. I've already decided to go 285/75 on my stock 10A wheels with the AEV 2.5" lift + geo brackets. I think the narrower tire will do better for me since I am outfitting an adventure/overland/camping rig. I think you will be getting your 10A before me, but if you wait to make your decision until May, I will have some pics for you.
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You can now look at some posts from Monday in the 10th anniversary thread of some 10A editions in Moab on 35's and 2013 stock wheels. Or google the Facebook page of bower motorsports and look at the pics directly.
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Old 03-26-2013, 11:20 PM   #7
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I am pretty sure the stock rims are only 7,5" wide and not 8" or 9".
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Old 03-27-2013, 12:59 AM   #8
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Scoured the internet looking for the same setup - I have seen it with the older Rubicon wheels but not the 2013s. I've already decided to go 285/75 on my stock 10A wheels with the AEV 2.5" lift + geo brackets. I think the narrower tire will do better for me since I am outfitting an adventure/overland/camping rig. I think you will be getting your 10A before me, but if you wait to make your decision until May, I will have some pics for you.
Thanks bud ... I'll follow your build. I hope 34 x 11.3" tires will fit 2013 OEM Rubicon rims and the 6.5" backspace will work without the need for wheel spacers.

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I am pretty sure the stock rims are only 7.5" wide and not 8" or 9".
Correct.. I got those spec's off the BFGoodrich website.

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Thanks bud ... I'll follow your build. I hope 34 x 11.3" tires will fit 2013 OEM Rubicon rims and the 6.5" backspace will work without the need for wheel spacers.

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I will keep you updated. I might need wheel spacers going to 285/75 per my discussions with local off road shop .

Did you ever see Moabite's pics? He is running 285/70 on stock Rubicon wheels without wheel spacers on a 2.5" lift. Not a huge tire difference, but looks great. His pics are the closest I've seen to what we are looking for.

http://www.wranglerforum.com/f33/my-...on-202906.html
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They work without spacers and without lift - I just put them on this morning. I will eventually get a 2.5" lift (I think) but for now I will run this setup and save the money.

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Old 05-10-2013, 01:31 AM   #12
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They work without spacers and without lift - I just put them on this morning. I will eventually get a 2.5" lift (I think) but for now I will run this setup and save the money.

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They work without spacers and without lift - I just put them on this morning. I will eventually get a 2.5" lift (I think) but for now I will run this setup and save the money.

I am a noob.. what is the tire size for those 35" on the 10A stock rims? (285/75) LT285/75R17/E121Q?

Never mind I think I answered my own question.. thanks.
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No rubbing at full steering lock w/o spacers and lift?

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No rubbing at full steering lock w/o spacers and lift?
Would love to see a front on shot and one from the rear. Thanks.

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