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04-17-2014 06:13 PM
willbarrow81
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Originally Posted by blue10Rubi View Post
Can I put 33 12.50's on my stock wheels? will it cause any problems? I think i am gonna go with a mopar lift to keep my suspension warranty in tact...but other than that should 33 12.50's fit my stock 2010 rubicon wheels?
I got a 2010 sport and bought a set of 2011 Sahara rims and put 285/70's on them with no problems, except for a tiny amount of rub at full turn. If I just back off a tiny bit it's great! That's the metric size for the 33'same I've been told. I don't have a lift at all. My next thing is a tiny body lift from teraflex that the guy installing it in the video says you can run 35's on it. I'm just wondering. I'd like to try 305's with no lift if I can. 315's with the small body lift. Just some info for you. Good luck!
10-31-2013 09:52 PM
Rob1980 I don't know why they flip
10-31-2013 09:51 PM
Rob1980 I have 33s on 15s no rubbing and I wheel the snot out of em
10-31-2013 09:39 PM
willbarrow81
Hi I need tire help too!

I have a 2010 jeep jk sport with no lift and I found five rubicon rims for 400. and five tires sized 33 12.50 17 for 500. I would like to know if this combo will work on my jeep? I've heard 33's on 15' rims was fine until you went off road a little. No rubbing until off road. is it still the same no rubbing with the rubicon rims and 33's? Please clear this up guys! Thanks Will.
02-07-2011 07:14 AM
InfernoGirl Too wide for the bs on stock wheels, iirc. Castor can do it since he has aftermarket wheels...
02-07-2011 06:44 AM
castorj29
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I have 33..5 /12.50 on 17 inch rims on a stock suspension. I have not had any issues with it.
02-06-2011 11:29 PM
blue10Rubi
33 12.50's on stock JK Rubicon wheels?

Can I put 33 12.50's on my stock wheels? will it cause any problems? I think i am gonna go with a mopar lift to keep my suspension warranty in tact...but other than that should 33 12.50's fit my stock 2010 rubicon wheels?

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