|04-02-2006 11:38 AM|
|lunneborgc||I'm not going to be doing a lot of off roading, but this should make me plenty capable. Gonna have to get some disco's too. Vibrations, that would suck, I'll cross my fingers.|
|04-01-2006 10:56 PM|
that is a great set-up to start with. it'll give you a little more room for flexing, and with the TT, you'll raise one of the lowest points on your jeep up(hooray for not high-centering!!!). but with the spacers and the TT, you might get some vibes, i'm not really sure.
|04-01-2006 08:47 AM|
|03-28-2006 03:06 PM|
|TJGreg||i believe the moab may be 5" BS. Anyway, 10.5 will be your limit on stock wheels without adjusting your steering stops or adding wheel spacers.|
|03-28-2006 02:59 PM|
Here's a Rubicon I came across online recently. I really like the look of it, he has a 1" Body Lift and 305/70/16's. I've thought about doing this myself. In the tiresize calculator it says this tire is 32.8"x12". Though it doesnt look like a 12" wide tire. Whadda ya think?
(by the way it'd be nice if someone could point me in the right direction to adding a image without having to use an attachment (
|09-06-2005 05:28 PM|
265 and 285
I know folks that run the 265, 285, and 315 on the Moab Wheel.
My Friend that runs the 315 has a 4" TF Lift and has some rubbing but his big problem is keeping them balanced. You see he also drives his Rubicon as a daily driver too.
Here it is...
Sure looks good; and better than that I sold it to him!
He is also the local coordinator for the Texas Spur Jeep Jamboree.
|09-06-2005 04:34 PM|
they come with 4.75'' backspacing, i believe. and you should be ok with those tires. you might rub a little at full lock, but you can always do the washer/steering fix.
here's that link:
Control arm rubbing fix
|09-06-2005 12:54 PM|
Stock Rubicon Wheel Size and Tire Increase
I know that the stock Rubicon wheels are 16 x 8 but does anyone know the backspacing on them? Also, the stock tire size is 245 75 16 but will a 265 75 16 fit or might a wheel spacer be needed?