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Old 10-06-2005, 02:24 PM   #1
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32" BFGOODRICH Tires on stock height?

I was just wondering if anyone knows if you can fit 32" tires on a stock TJ. I've seen it on a stock Jeep before, and was wondering if there was any rubbing going on. thanks!

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if you put 32's on a stock tj with stock wheels, there will be all kinds of rubbing from the flares(if there's any kind of wheeling) to the control arms(turning at full lock). if you want 32's, you should go with a BB and either wheels with less backspacing or spacers with stocks wheels.

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ok, off subject but its really bugging me. What is a BB? I have been trying to figure it out but im still confused. Sorry for clogging up a thread but I dont feel I should start a whole new thread just to find this out.
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ok, off subject but its really bugging me. What is a BB? I have been trying to figure it out but im still confused. Sorry for clogging up a thread but I dont feel I should start a whole new thread just to find this out.

BB stands for budget boost. They are spacers that keeps the stock springs and in effect, makes the springs taller.
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in other words, some call it "the poor mans lift"...i had that in my ZJ....u get 2 inches of lift, thats all, no more travel of n e thing, for about 100 bucks...least, thats what mine cost for my ZJ...but im buying an actual lift for my TJ
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