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Old 07-09-2014, 06:09 PM   #1
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had jeep for 1 month now

so i brought my first jeep about a month ago 2003 sport 79000mi
looking to buy new tires was thinking the 33's would be a good look do i need to make any mods to the jeep before i put them on which are the best tires to get that fit the tj some of you may think im silly but im very new to this jeep life but looking to dive right in

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Old 07-09-2014, 06:21 PM   #2
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Technically 33's *CAN* fit on a stock TJ - I've seen a few with them. But it'll rub almost certainly on hard turns and speed bumps. 31's are, from what I was told the largest you can put on a stock TJ with minimal issues. It's what I have and the only rub I have is extreme turns (i.e. to the stops). Personally, I think 31's look fine but I'm also biased as it's what I have.

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Old 07-09-2014, 08:40 PM   #3
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Thats some good mileage, just start reading on these forums, it all depends on your budget and off road desires??? on which lift to get. Don't put anything bigger than 30" tires on a stock vehicle, for 33'' you need at least 3" of lift, there are different combinations as in a 2'' suspension and one inch body lift, if you do a lot or more extreme off roading then you need better than a budget boost, you need to get a proper lift kit. Read, read, read!
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Old 07-09-2014, 08:51 PM   #4
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Thats some good mileage, just start reading on these forums, it all depends on your budget and off road desires??? on which lift to get. Don't put anything bigger than 30" tires on a stock vehicle, for 33'' you need at least 3" of lift, there are different combinations as in a 2'' suspension and one inch body lift, if you do a lot or more extreme off roading then you need better than a budget boost, you need to get a proper lift kit. Read, read, read!
The most off road I will probably do it sand and snow mainly unless I take a trip with friends I just need to know where to start ya know
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