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Old 01-04-2010, 02:13 PM   #1
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Going to sound a little crazy.....

has anyone ever fit 5x35s in the back of a wrangler with a hard top, backseat removed and front seat all the way up? or even 4 in there? need to pick some up and this is my only vehicle lol

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Old 01-04-2010, 02:17 PM   #2
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Hmmm, you MIGHT, MIGHT be able to fit four in the cab area with seat up/out. If you have a hardtop, which I think you said you did, you could possibly set one tire on top of the hardtop and strap it down some how... Idk exactly how though. Just a thought.

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Old 01-04-2010, 02:22 PM   #3
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Definitely worth a pic if you succeed.With rims?Break out the shoe horn!
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no rims just 5x 35x12.50x15 BFG at's and i will deff get some pix no matter what
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if i had a lj they would fit. but imma try in a a tj and beat him 5x35"mt's
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Old 01-04-2010, 03:40 PM   #6
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I had a hell of a time carrying five 32x11.50 tires without the top on, no back seat, and the passenger seat pushed forward.
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In most parts of the world they manage this type of task. It's only American's who drive F350's to the grocery store to get milk. But ditto on the picture request!

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3 in back seat. one in front seat. and one in lap while looking through hole.
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Ooohhh I see the next new hardtop from Bestop in this super-secret photo. Useful for not only keeping inclement weather out but it also serves as multiple small animal shelters as well. Nice design Geoff!
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four more bolts and the passenger seat will be out. Then you have a good shot at making it work
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for sure want to see pics.
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Ooohhh I see the next new hardtop from Bestop in this super-secret photo. Useful for not only keeping inclement weather out but it also serves as multiple small animal shelters as well. Nice design Geoff!
Bestop's new Bonus Barrel Storage System is the ultimate in roof top storage flexibility. Made of dual wall rigid injection molded PVC reinforced with carbon fibers, the BBS System is amazingly strong, totally weatherproof, and completely secure. The BBS system begins with one barrel, for minimal storage needs, and can be expanded as your needs grow. Whether it's taking the family to grandmother's house, or embarking on the long planned trip to Malayasia, the BBS System can provide the storage needs for your vehicle.
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I had wondered this the other day when I went to get my new rims and tires for the 88 was wanting to take the 94 but passed and used the truck I have deff. got to see some pics of this man
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Bestop's new Bonus Barrel Storage System is the ultimate in roof top storage flexibility. Made of dual wall rigid injection molded PVC reinforced with carbon fibers, the BBS System is amazingly strong, totally weatherproof, and completely secure. The BBS system begins with one barrel, for minimal storage needs, and can be expanded as your needs grow. Whether it's taking the family to grandmother's house, or embarking on the long planned trip to Malayasia, the BBS System can provide the storage needs for your vehicle.
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Hah that was great, do you write some of the product descriptions for Bestop? If you don't, you should.
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Hah that was great, do you write some of the product descriptions for Bestop? If you don't, you should.
He's too busy modeling in slinky outfits in front of their booth. Geoff's a closet booth babe.
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Geoff is the only smart one on the board. He's never posted his face here or else there would definitely be a photochop of Geoff in silky short-shorts and a tube top!
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Do you two have your computers & keyboards in the same room? I can just see you two cackling back & forth over this stuff.
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We look like we're playing battleship.
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ill be blaying battleship trying to figure out how to fit all the tires in there without blowing up or letting them fallout.
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Bestop's new Bonus Barrel Storage System is the ultimate in roof top storage flexibility. Made of dual wall rigid injection molded PVC reinforced with carbon fibers, the BBS System is amazingly strong, totally weatherproof, and completely secure. The BBS system begins with one barrel, for minimal storage needs, and can be expanded as your needs grow. Whether it's taking the family to grandmother's house, or embarking on the long planned trip to Malayasia, the BBS System can provide the storage needs for your vehicle.
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The advanced level of your bs'ing ability is truely awe inspiring, Geoff!
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Geoff is the only smart one on the board. He's never posted his face here or else there would definitely be a photochop of Geoff in silky short-shorts and a tube top!
i don't think you'll need to do any photochopping. i have an inside source at bestop that says this is his "employee of the month: June 2009" photo

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i don't think you'll need to do any photochopping. i have an inside source at bestop that says this is his "employee of the month: June 2009" photo

That's so wrong, But funny
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This thread officially needs bleach.
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Geez, Geoff...you need to shave...everywhere!
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Geoff is the only smart one on the board.
It takes some work, but if you read through Chris' posts carefully, every once in a long while you'll find a nugget of thoughtful truth.
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I think I just threw up a little in my mouth.

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