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03-28-2011 04:38 PM
cremaley I am running Khumo 33 x 12.5 tires on 17 inch Rev 50 Cal wheels with no rubbing on my 2010 Wrangler Sport.
03-28-2011 02:47 PM
2010jkun I am running 255/80/17 bfg km2's. 33.3 tall and 10 wide.
No rub at all!

03-27-2011 11:44 PM
Clay125 I just bought a 2011 jk 4 door and I plan on bfg a/t's 285/70/17, so I hope they fit ok....
12-02-2010 05:24 PM
Gmw3rd
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Originally Posted by rics1997
Many people say they can run 285/70/17 without any rubbing while others have claimed they had to use a spacer or new wheel with better backspacing because they rubbed in full turn. So I would say that is the largest you could get but they could rub a little on full turn if you keep the stock Rubi wheel which I assume are the stock 17X7.5 wheels with 6" backspace. 275/70/17 are idea replacements getting you close to stock height(a little larger but not by much) and are wider then the stock but they are hard to find and only a few tires companies carry them. Many use the 265/70/17 which is a little smaller in diameter but not by much but give you a wider stance. The 265 is a very common tire and run a lot cheaper then the 275 and 285.

Hope that helped
Thanks rics1997, that helps.
12-02-2010 10:00 AM
daggo66 It's the same size for all Wranglers since 2007.
12-02-2010 09:49 AM
rics1997 Many people say they can run 285/70/17 without any rubbing while others have claimed they had to use a spacer or new wheel with better backspacing because they rubbed in full turn. So I would say that is the largest you could get but they could rub a little on full turn if you keep the stock Rubi wheel which I assume are the stock 17X7.5 wheels with 6" backspace. 275/70/17 are idea replacements getting you close to stock height(a little larger but not by much) and are wider then the stock but they are hard to find and only a few tires companies carry them. Many use the 265/70/17 which is a little smaller in diameter but not by much but give you a wider stance. The 265 is a very common tire and run a lot cheaper then the 275 and 285.

Hope that helped
12-02-2010 09:21 AM
repoman100 255 75 17 or 265 70 17 fit perfectly.
12-02-2010 09:08 AM
JIMBOX Rubicon take-off or 32" tire, thats exactly the answer, for your question or use Google for -JK max tire size-

Read the sticky on "lifts" and you'll see the tire sizes for minimum lifts-

JIMBO
12-02-2010 07:57 AM
Gmw3rd
Max Tire Size on 2011 Rubi w/out Lift or Re-Gear

What is the largest tire size I could put on my stock 2011 Rubicon without having to make other modifications? Thanks.

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