|08-23-2007 02:11 AM|
Here are a link to the photos from the Rubicon that our JK was on.
plus there are some from moab this your and there are some great JK's wheeling. Joe from Absolute off road and our JK and the guys from rock krawler suspension. There rigs work great.
|08-23-2007 01:17 AM|
Yes. 4" will work. OR you could keep your stock wheels and use a 1.5" wheel spacer. These have become so popular, I usually keep 4 sets in stock....
|08-22-2007 09:10 PM|
|JEEPers||thedon, did ya get time to check the backspacing on the jeep?|
|08-21-2007 02:11 AM|
Our Jk got back to day did great on the trail. will have photos soon.
|08-20-2007 07:34 PM|
|deverhart||dont think you can buy directly from don, but joe carries dons stuff|
|08-20-2007 07:30 PM|
|JEEPers||Thanks for the info Jase!|
|08-20-2007 10:32 AM|
|08-20-2007 05:29 AM|
I thought about wheel spacers temporarily and keep my factory 17" for now to save a little cash-just not sure, I've read so many mixed emotions on the subject...Wonder what backspacing the factory rims have? Anyone know?
|08-19-2007 07:12 PM|
|JEEPers||thanks, I appreciate that-I will check back tomorrow sometime. can I get the daystar lift thru you or do I have to go thru 4 wheel parts or something.?|
|08-19-2007 06:25 PM|
|thedon||I have 35-12.50 x 17"s on our JK. I'll have to find out on back spacing on Tuesday when the Jeep gets back from running the Rubicon trail.|
|08-19-2007 05:54 AM|
Joe or others with info...
Let's say I purchase and install a Daystar 1 3/4" lift. Now I want to get some bigger tires, let's say 35's. I want 16x8, 5 on 5, the only backspacing I have found is 4"...will that work? Next question...tires, can I get away with a 13.5" wide on an 8" rim or do I need to stick with the 12.5"? Any info would be appreciated. thanks for your time.