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Old 02-28-2013, 06:43 PM   #1
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anyone got 35s tire JK can post some pics??? thanks!!!

struggling between 35s and 37s tire...
can u guys send ur JK pics with 35s?
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Old 02-28-2013, 07:00 PM   #2
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Old 02-28-2013, 07:10 PM   #3
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thanks, bud! that looks nice.
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Well mine should be here Monday I will be happy to post a picture...
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Old 02-28-2013, 07:16 PM   #5
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Do a search......there are a lot in the search magic bow.........thingie.
You know you want 37's........Go for it! Evo long arm 4" lift and the rest just falls into it's place........37's =
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Old 02-28-2013, 07:34 PM   #6
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This is a tough decision.....

I'm afraid that 37's are just going to cause alot more issues for a small difference in tire size.(axels,power,mpg)

my heart says 37's

My brain says run 35's as it will go anywhere/look great yet still work good with factory 4:10's and be a little better mpg wise.

I wish I could find a good true to size 35" tire that didnt weigh a ton.
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Do a search......there are a lot in the search magic bow.........thingie.
You know you want 37's........Go for it! Evo long arm 4" lift and the rest just falls into it's place........37's =
but i will have a lot to do if i get 37's. i wish i have a rubicon not a sahara.
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Old 02-28-2013, 07:45 PM   #8
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this is a 36, but they are pretty worn and measure 35. 3.5 RK lift, I got a lot more out of the front than i did the back.
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35s are too big for jeeps! no one has them!

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I have 35's on mine but when I measured them for my AEV procal module they were actually 34. Might be 35's minus the weight of the jeep on them. I love my tires.
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Old 02-28-2013, 08:09 PM   #11
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this is a 36, but they are pretty worn and measure 35. 3.5 RK lift, I got a lot more out of the front than i did the back.
thats pretty cool. did u trim your rear pinch seam?
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I have 35's on mine but when I measured them for my AEV procal module they were actually 34. Might be 35's minus the weight of the jeep on them. I love my tires.
what brand r they? i like them. looks sweet. i got a 32's now. i wanna bigger ones
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35s are too big for jeeps! no one has them!

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haha... so, what is small for jeeps?
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what brand r they? i like them. looks sweet. i got a 32's now. i wanna bigger ones
Thank you! They are Pro Comp Mud Terrains.
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I have 35's on mine but when I measured them for my AEV procal module they were actually 34. Might be 35's minus the weight of the jeep on them. I love my tires.
Is the lift a 2.5" ?
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Is the lift a 2.5" ?
Dam your good! 2.5 lift it is.
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This will give a real good idea of what it will look like with 35's. The flat fenders would have allowed me to run 37's and I thought about it for half a minute, but there were to many down sides for me.
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thats pretty cool. did u trim your rear pinch seam?
Minor thread jack...

What is the rear pinch seam?
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By the way, I can't wait until I can afford the lift and the 35s to put underneath it.
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This will give a real good idea of what it will look like with 35's. The flat fenders would have allowed me to run 37's and I thought about it for half a minute, but there were to many down sides for me.
BFG 35X12.5 M/T KM2
haha... i got the same color as urs, and i cut my fender. haha... and i want to run 37's. hahahaa
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Minor thread jack...

What is the rear pinch seam?


thats how the guy cut the pinch seam...
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Never mind on the pinch seam thing. Google is my friend. -- (edit) Thanks Nan.
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I have 35's on mine but when I measured them for my AEV procal module they were actually 34. Might be 35's minus the weight of the jeep on them. I love my tires.
did u cut your pinch seam with a 2.5'' lift? i got a 2.5'' lift, too
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did u cut your pinch seam with a 2.5'' lift? i got a 2.5'' lift, too
No I did not. I just walked out and looked at it and dang, it might be a good idea to get er done!
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No I did not. I just walked out and looked at it and dang, it might be a good idea to get er done!
ya? cause my friend said i should trim it with a 2.5'' lift. i am just asking around to make sure that its necessary.
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thx, bud. did u trim the pinch seam?
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