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Old 07-23-2013, 08:09 AM   #1
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What tire/bb should I get? pics? reviews? for stock TJ

My Jeep is currently 100% stock. My jeep has the inline 6 and dana 44. They currently run (close to bald so they're actually smaller) 30x9.5x15.

I want to go a little bigger but keep my stock rim I have now. I know they say 31x10.5 will fit but do they make something bigger like 32x10.5? Something metric close to it? I know it has to be 10.5" or less wide but I want something a little bigger than 31".

I also would like a reccomendation on a lift something no more than 2" and that allows me to keep my stock shocks preferably (coil spacers?) If I do coil spacers or something would like to stay under $150. I was looking at daystar 1-3/4" spacers for about $112 shipped

Pics would be nice thanks in advance

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Old 07-23-2013, 08:15 AM   #2
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They offer 33x10.5 that would fit your stock ravines, but a 2 inch bb would be cutting it very close. You could run 32 x 11.5 with a one inch wheel spacer.

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They offer 33x10.5 that would fit your stock ravines, but a 2 inch bb would be cutting it very close. You could run 32 x 11.5 with a one inch wheel spacer.
Yeah I don't want to cut it too close so would like less than 33" and more than 31" if possible. Spacers I believe are illegal in my state and I also don't like to see the tire too far out from the fender my current tires sit flush but wouldn't mind just an inch out.
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I also would like a reccomendation on a lift something no more than 2" and that allows me to keep my stock shocks preferably (coil spacers?) If I do coil spacers or something would like to stay under $150. I was looking at daystar 1-3/4" spacers for about $112 shipped

I had this on mine when I had a BB....it worked fine with the stock shocks and links.

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Old 07-23-2013, 10:27 AM   #5
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I had this on mine when I had a BB....it worked fine with the stock shocks and links.

Pro Comp Tires, Pro Comp Xtreme Alloy Wheels, Yukon Gears, Yukon, Coil Spacers, Budget Boost
No issues at all with the 2.25" kit?

I also noticed today that the back wheels have about 1.5" more clearance than the front wheels. Does anyone think it would it be wise to but 2.25" spacer in the front and just 1.75" in the back to level it out a little more? Or could that mess something up?
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