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Old 01-01-2011, 12:11 AM   #1
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Anyone running Bushwacker style fenders with stock Rubicon rims/tires

Just curious if anyone out there is running Bushwackers with the 32's that are stock on the Rubicon.

I have a Mountain (same tire sizes/rims) as the Rubi and I am trying to gauge my upgrades in phases.

I think that I read somewhere that you can do 35's with the Bushwackers un-lifted, but I am curious how they look on an otherwise stock Rubi (till the oem tires wear out a bit more).

Pics would be nice.

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Old 01-01-2011, 06:28 AM   #2
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Do you mean the flats or pocket style?

I suspect either will look to big on stock tires/rims, bit pics could prove me wrong.

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Do you mean the flats or pocket style?

I suspect either will look to big on stock tires/rims, bit pics could prove me wrong.

I meant the flat style...sorry.

Im just trying to phase my upgrades but dont want to look silly in the meantime

Pics would be great.
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Just curious if anyone out there is running Bushwackers with the 32's that are stock on the Rubicon.

I have a Mountain (same tire sizes/rims) as the Rubi and I am trying to gauge my upgrades in phases.

I think that I read somewhere that you can do 35's with the Bushwackers un-lifted, but I am curious how they look on an otherwise stock Rubi (till the oem tires wear out a bit more).

Pics would be nice.

Thanks.
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