I'll probably grab a spare for the YJ, but the TJ's spare has only been used twice. I'm not thinkin' I'll have any issues either. I'd hate to not use those soft 8's, because they are only about 2 months old.
I should have mentioned that I was getting 10.50's. I really want to avoid spacers as best I can. Unfortnatly...the TJ needs new 33's too....hope the lady doesn't get mad when she sees the 8 pairs of 33's!
That's pretty cool, and I know exactly what you mean about winter. We still have a bout 6 inches of snow here in northeast ohio, even though the temp is in the 40's. I've been waiting for winter to end to order my 4 inch RC lift for the YJ. Not sure what tires I'm going to pick up after that, but I've been looking at a pair of Maxxis tires. Anyways, make sure you post next time you make some progress. I check the photo-bucket every once in awhile when you comment on something. My money tree didn't even sprout...haha.
thanks for the interest in my project, it slowed way down for the winter, i can't stand the winter anymore. i have a furnace ready to install in my garage for next winter though. i have the front axle just mocked in the front. and as soon as the weather brakes and i get back to it its time to build the driveline. that will be this years project, next year will be body, and then put it all together, probably 2-3 yrs out still. if that darn money tree i planted would grow i'd be all good.
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