i finally got around to putting my 5.5" lift on my new jeep which has 33's, here is a picture if it can help at all. I don't think it looks bad, I actually kinda like it, wish I could go to 35's but to much money to spend in upgrades right now.
6" is way too tall for 33" tires, I wouldn't even install a 6" lift for 35" tires. I have an RE 4.5" long-arm suspension lift with a 1" body lift and I have more than enough clearance for even 37" tires.
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RE 3.5" coils, with 2" coil spacers, i had the spacers laying around from along time ago, and decided to put those on instead of buying new coils right now. Hopefully do longarms once summer comes around and have the money.
I have a 2000 White TJ Sport and use it more as a DD. I wanted to install RC 6 inch lift (no $ for RE) and 33 MKZ's. They will obviously fit, I was wonering if anyone has pics with a 6 lift/33 tire setup. I want to see if the gap between the top of the tire and the fender is awkward looking. Please post pics and I will follow up with my full install! Till you get back to me ill be !!!
This isn't 6" but it is a RE 4.5" LA and 33's, plenty of room for 33" tires. 6" does seem excessive.
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Mine is a 5.5" longarm on 33's. While 35's look great and would easily fit, for me as a semi daily driver, I didn't want to have to upgrade the axles and all all the other things underneath to support 35s. I'm sure I can still go over almost all the things that a 35 could. I remember when I was looking at a 4" with 35s, the responses here unanimously told me to ditch the 35s and drop down to 33