|11-03-2009 06:32 AM|
On the Rubi all you would need is a 2" BB (Budget Boost) and a 1"BL to fit them, along with some shocks & JKS disco's
Depending on your plans and the type of wheeling you plan on doing though, it's usuaully better in the long run, doing the lift right the first time and get an actually lift kit.
|11-03-2009 12:10 AM|
|Schmo||Nope . . . not without breaking out the sawsall and going to town . Even with a 2" BB chances are 32's will rub at full flex. You either need a 4" suspension lift of the combo of a 2" BB and a 1" BL to run the 33's properly.|
|11-02-2009 09:46 PM|
|G-Pur||For a perfectly flat surface its ok, but if you hit a speed bump, you'll crush your flairs. the Rubicons suspension is stiffer, not taller than other jeeps. If you want to run 32s, you can get a 2" puck lift. If you want 33s, you can add a 1in body lift to that, or get yourself a minimum of 3.5" suspension lift.|
|11-02-2009 09:39 PM|
will 33's fit my stock jeep rubicon
i have a 2004 rubicon. i have a 31inch tire on now and i have no problems with it. it looks like there is plenty of room to put 33's on it. so will it fit. im thinking about the bf goodrich mt km2's
thanks a lot cam
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