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Old 12-11-2013, 05:46 PM   #1
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Hey guys look at this right here

Can someone help me with everything about the tires and the lift of this jeep, I want mine to look just like it and I wanna know what I have to do! Thanks! Anything helps!
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looks like is has a 4" lift on it. and the aftermarket fenders give it a even higher look.
the tires look to be 35's with a heavy tread. i wouldnt suggest buying tires like that unless you really will use them, if not its just a rougher ride. try looking at nitto a/t or km2 by duratrac

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Old 12-11-2013, 06:49 PM   #3
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The tires look to be nitto trail grapplers. Really nice tire I'm ordering some for Christmas
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Old 12-11-2013, 06:49 PM   #4
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Looks like pro comp rims to me
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Old 12-11-2013, 06:51 PM   #5
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They look like 33s but are probably 35s. And either a 4inch or 6inch suspension lift would clear that.
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They look like 33s but are probably 35s. And either a 4inch or 6inch suspension lift would clear that.
Those look like 37s, definitely not smaller than 35s.
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Pictures never do me any justice. 35s are looking smaller lately
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Old 12-11-2013, 06:58 PM   #8
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Really hard to judge with flat fenders. Here's mine with 3.5/35's... Stock trimmed flares.

Nice jeep !!!
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Old 12-11-2013, 06:59 PM   #9
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Those look like 37s, definitely not smaller than 35s.
pictures never seem to do my eyes justice. 35s and up are always looking smaller now
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It's probably a 2.5" lift
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Old 12-11-2013, 07:40 PM   #11
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thank all you guys so much you have helped a whole lot!!
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Those look like toyo mts , they are not liked on this site for some reason

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Not sure what changed in this picture between yesterday and today, but the guys told you they were Nitto trail grappler tires on Pro Comp wheels. The general consensus was that they are 35" tires. I don't believe anyone said what size wheels, but I'd guess they are probably 17".
Here is a link to the NITTO Trail Grapplers. They could also be Toyos like Jaker said. I can't tell 100% from that pictures.

But as others said in you thread from yesterday, those big knobby tires are going to give you a good bit of noise and not the more comfortable ride. So if you plan on using them or ok with the on road draw backs, go for it! They do look good on there.

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Old 12-12-2013, 03:42 PM   #14
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that hardtop is awesome! aftermarket i presume, ideas on who makes it?
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toyo OC's, they rock.
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that hardtop is awesome! aftermarket i presume, ideas on who makes it?
wild boar makes a slant back hard top, pretty expensive but I say it's worth it!
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Old 12-12-2013, 05:13 PM   #18
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2.5" OME lift,
295/75R16 Hankook MT's on MB72s.

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2.5" OME lift, 295/75R16 Hankook MT's on MB72s.
Hankooks suck .... Oh wait
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They are Toyo M/T's. Save pic and zoom in, un-distort photo. Says Toyo.
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Here is a link to the NITTO Trail Grapplers. They could also be Toyos like Jaker said. I can't tell 100% from that pictures.

But as others said in you thread from yesterday, those big knobby tires are going to give you a good bit of noise and not the more comfortable ride. So if you plan on using them or ok with the on road draw backs, go for it! They do look good on there.

Let me know if you have any questions!

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Very interesting, I have Toyo MT's on mine and they make no noise even at 70 mph and no issues with the ride on them although I run them at 30 psi. I have about 10k on them and not a single complaint and they are wearing great
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An aberrant abomination.
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Those look like toyo mts , they are not liked on this site for some reason

Who makes the door area rocker guards?
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Who makes the door area rocker guards?
It is the smittybilt xrc body cladding
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OP, where did you find the picture? Let's try tracking down the owner of that JK.
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that hardtop is awesome! aftermarket i presume, ideas on who makes it?
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wild boar makes a slant back hard top, pretty expensive but I say it's worth it!
The Wild Boar Fast Back Style Hard Top look amazing. I loved the fast back look since the firsts bowless soft tops came out and this is even better.
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The Wild Boar Fast Back Style Hard Top look amazing. I loved the fast back look since the firsts bowless soft tops came out and this is even better.
Looks awesome but the company has a long history of being terrible
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Based on the spacing this is likely a 2.5 with 35s (as it looks like the spacing I have) or it's a 4" with 37s. Just guessing though.

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