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09-09-2012 02:08 PM
Frobo512 sorry this got posted twice you can delete this one
09-09-2012 01:59 PM
Frobo512
Cheapest/Best Way to fit 35" Tires

So I just got a 2013 Wrangler sport which I love so far. This weekend I ended up getting two flats with the stock tires so obviously I wanna get some bigger knobbier tires.

Im probably gonna get Mickey Thompson MTZ's and I really want to get 35s but dont want to spend 1200 on a lift, thats the quote I got for parts and labor on a budget boost.

So Should I just got with 285s or is there a good way to run 35s without breaking the bank. I was thinking either getting bushwhacker fenders or a coil spring lift or bump stops but have read mixed reviews on some. It is a daily driver that I like to take off road on weekends.

Basically I read this and wonder if any are actually practical and dont make the ride awful on the street.

Ten Ways to Fit 35s on Your Jeep Wrangler JK - Jp Magazine

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