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Old 02-14-2010, 11:12 AM   #1
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Will 31's Fit On Stock TJ

I have a TJ with a stock suspension, im looking a putting on some 15x8 Pro Comp steel wheels with 31x10.5x15 tires. My question is will there be any fitment problems since theres no lift. I dont want to add a lift cause its my daily driver and i only do minor off roading. Thanks for any input.

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Old 02-14-2010, 11:14 AM   #2
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it should with no problem. i have 31x10.5 on mine stock and the only time they rub is when i turn the wheel as far to the left or right as they will go. other than that nop problem and good for a little off roading

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they will fit with no problem
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it should with no problem. i have 31x10.5 on mine stock and the only time they rub is when i turn the wheel as far to the left or right as they will go. other than that nop problem and good for a little off roading
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I have a TJ with a stock suspension, im looking a putting on some 15x8 Pro Comp steel wheels with 31x10.5x15 tires. My question is will there be any fitment problems since theres no lift. I dont want to add a lift cause its my daily driver and i only do minor off roading. Thanks for any input.
With the Pro Comp steelies you should not rub the CAs since the BS on those is 3.75 - 4" I think. However, if you flex the suspension enough you may rub your flares since those wheels push the tires out some.
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With the Pro Comp steelies you should not rub the CAs since the BS on those is 3.75 - 4" I think. However, if you flex the suspension enough you may rub your flares since those wheels push the tires out some.
I had a set of those for several years and they were actually available with 4.5" of BS which is what I went with. That'd be enough to run with that size tire without any chance of rubbing. That wheel even works fine with 35x12.50 tires like I ran on them.
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Yes, they will fit w/o any rubbing as I just bought some BFG AT 31 10.5 15's. I am now waiting for my RE 2'' lift and then that will be it/finished/done/over... I hope... NOT
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I'm planning on doing that too since a lift is gonna void my warranty. What do you recommend for beefy 31's to go on stock 15's....?
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BFG KM2's are great. i love mine.
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Old 02-16-2010, 03:16 PM   #11
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Thanks alot i look foward to putting em on
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I have a 2000 Stock Jeep Wrangler and I have 32x11.5X15's on mine. They don't rub and there BFG's All Terrains. Love'm. They right good and I can go off roading when needed.
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I have a 2000 Stock Jeep Wrangler and I have 32x11.5X15's on mine. They don't rub and there BFG's All Terrains. Love'm. They right good and I can go off roading when needed.
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