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Old 07-26-2011, 12:00 PM   #1
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Question Anybody got pics of a 4" lift on 32x11.5" tires?

Im wanting to go this route so i dont have to re-gear from a 3.73 but im not sure if 32" tires on a 4" lift will look normal or if itll just look flat out goofy. Does anybody have any pics or experience with this combination? thanks!

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Old 07-26-2011, 12:04 PM   #2
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check my profile. I'm running 32 x 11.5 on 3.5 of lift. Close enough for ya?

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Old 07-26-2011, 01:36 PM   #3
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use this for all your future picture needs with specific height and tire sizes. note it's not my site but it's very neat.

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Old 07-26-2011, 01:43 PM   #4
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you didn't ask for advice but i'll give it anyway. i would save the money you will spend to do a 4 inch lift and just do a 3 inch lift with 1 inch body lift. then you can put the money you saved to re gear and still fit 33s.
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I'm running 2.5 rc lift with a 1" body lift. Cost me about $350 total. I installed it myself. I'm very happy with it.
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Old 07-26-2011, 01:59 PM   #6
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I agree with 6inarowmakesitgo. It's the site I use and here's the address: My Jeep Wrangler - Jeep Lift Kits. I use it to see what my jeep will look like with it lifted and it's a good site. Plus it's nice to see what others have done with their jeeps .
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Old 07-26-2011, 02:08 PM   #7
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I've got 32's on a 4" skyjacker lift. Pics are in my jeep profile. Not too goofy looking
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Old 07-26-2011, 02:12 PM   #8
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Here you go.... 4" Pro Comp Lift w/ BFG's 32x11.5/15r KM2's. I am also running 3.73 gears too..

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Old 07-26-2011, 03:20 PM   #9
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Here you go.... 4" Pro Comp Lift w/ BFG's 32x11.5/15r KM2's. I am also running 3.73 gears too..
I bet you can flex the sh!t out of that.
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Old 07-28-2011, 03:28 PM   #11
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Here you go.... 4" Pro Comp Lift w/ BFG's 32x11.5/15r KM2's. I am also running 3.73 gears too..

That thing is sweet! and your still at 3.73? how does it handle?
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33s are fine with 3.73 gears on the road. I haven't noticed any change in mpg but I do have to shift at higher rpms than normal. I did get lighter wheels though so I'm not sure if there was a tradeoff there. It's offroad where you will see the difference. You'll probably have to feather the clutch more than you are used to.
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33s are fine with 3.73 gears on the road. I haven't noticed any change in mpg but I do have to shift at higher rpms than normal. I did get lighter wheels though so I'm not sure if there was a tradeoff there. It's offroad where you will see the difference. You'll probably have to feather the clutch more than you are used to.
I couldn't deal with it with the mountains that surround me. Also my gas mileage dropped to ~13mpg and I couldn't use 5th gear on the highway.
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I couldn't deal with it with the mountains that surround me. Also my gas mileage dropped to ~13mpg and I couldn't use 5th gear on the highway.
Correct so that is something to consider. I live in a hilly area, not mountains. On our severe long uphill roads, I do have to downshift to 4th to maintain speed.
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I couldn't deal with it with the mountains that surround me. Also my gas mileage dropped to ~13mpg and I couldn't use 5th gear on the highway.
It dropped to 13!!! damn! im having a hard time dealing with 31's and doing 16-19 mpg... and im going with 33s in the next month.... damn....
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It dropped to 13!!! damn! im having a hard time dealing with 31's and doing 16-19 mpg... and im going with 33s in the next month.... damn....
Go with lighter wheels. My mickey T's only weigh 17lbs a pop. Not sure what my canyons were, but they are way heavier.
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Old 07-28-2011, 11:13 PM   #17
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33s are fine with 3.73 gears on the road. I haven't noticed any change in mpg but I do have to shift at higher rpms than normal. I did get lighter wheels though so I'm not sure if there was a tradeoff there. It's offroad where you will see the difference. You'll probably have to feather the clutch more than you are used to.
hmmm maybe i should regear then. I live in Chattanooga TN surrounded my mountains. I was going to just save my money until i can afford to regear and get 33s put on at the same time but i may have to regear first.

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