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01-29-2011 05:01 PM
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Originally Posted by drl650 View Post
Thanks for the input. I do not have any rubbing at all with the 33s. I am going to order 35s next week. BTW I am also going to try the TeraFlex shocks they come 3" to 4" lift and 5" to 6" lift. I have a 4.5" lift I think I should use the 5" TO 6" Shocks correct? Thanks.
Just go with tube front fenders (you know you want then anyway) and trim the back or go with the body lift. Stay away from the spacers. Most mass marketed 35s will be 12.5".
01-29-2011 03:21 PM
Work4Mud I have 4" suspension and 1" bl with 35x12.50r15 and have no issues.
01-29-2011 03:18 PM
drl650 Thanks for the input. I do not have any rubbing at all with the 33s. I am going to order 35s next week. BTW I am also going to try the TeraFlex shocks they come 3" to 4" lift and 5" to 6" lift. I have a 4.5" lift I think I should use the 5" TO 6" Shocks correct? Thanks.
01-29-2011 10:34 AM
rrich I think 12.50 is the common size of 35's. I run them on 4 off roaders and have a few spares - all 35 x 12.50. One is an '03 Rubicon.

4.5 itself should be fine without body lifts or spacers, try it!
01-29-2011 09:53 AM
Ageless Stranger I thought most 35s were 13.50, but I'm sure you can get a 12.50 as well.
01-29-2011 09:51 AM
G-Pur if you're already running 33 x 12.5's then moving up to 35s shouldn't be an issue with the BS. That is if you're not rubbing already. I think that 35's are still 12.5".
01-29-2011 08:26 AM
uppidycon i had a 4" susp. lift and 2" body and 35's work awesome.. the 4:10's can handle the tires.. i had an automatic and was even runnin' 37's on the stock gears until i recently went to 5:13's..
01-28-2011 03:55 PM
4Jeepn I would consider a 1" body lift. that 1.75 extra lift may lead to issues. I ran the re 4.5 with 2" spacers in the front and had some dw issues to fix with 35's
01-28-2011 03:35 PM
drl650
04 Rubicon I want to run 35s?

I have a 2004 Rubicon with a 4.5" RE Superflex lift. I currently have 33x12.5 BFG A/Ts. I want to run 35s..Do you think if I install 1.75" Coil spring spacers would that work? Also preferred wheel BS and sizes? Thanks.

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