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12-24-2011 11:04 PM
j.luis I just upgraded my suspension to an AEV premium 3.5 lift, will be replacing my wheels and tires in a week or two... but I live in deep south Texas...
12-24-2011 09:43 PM
MarineHawk
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Central Ohio. Are you in DC area?
Sadly, yes.
12-24-2011 05:44 PM
theotis
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Lol. My stock Rubi tires/wheels (w/appx 300 miles on them) come off for good on Tuesday. Where do you live?
Central Ohio. Are you in DC area?
12-24-2011 01:13 PM
MarineHawk
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I am hoping that many new rubicon owners get 35" tires and wheels for Christmas. I am checking Craigslist for Rubi tire/wheel and suspension take offs. I am hoping to have both a street and off road tire configuration.
Lol. My stock Rubi tires/wheels (w/appx 300 miles on them) come off for good on Tuesday. Where do you live?
12-24-2011 10:21 AM
JIMBOX Thats a great idea, check ebay/CL and the JK forums "for sale" sections-


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I am hoping that many new rubicon owners get 35" tires and wheels for Christmas. I am checking Craigslist for Rubi tire/wheel and suspension take offs. I am hoping to have both a street and off road tire configuration.
Sometimes you can even find LOCAL sales that will save shipping, but

If you want on-road/off-road wheels/tires-----try to stay in the same size tire range !

Good luck

JIMBO
12-24-2011 10:16 AM
theotis I am hoping that many new rubicon owners get 35" tires and wheels for Christmas. I am checking Craigslist for Rubi tire/wheel and suspension take offs. I am hoping to have both a street and off road tire configuration.
12-24-2011 08:32 AM
daggo66 The shocks would be worth it. Rubicon springs are no different than Sport or Sahara springs. check the last 2 numbers of the model number in your springs and the donor springs. The higher the number, the taller/stiffer the coil.
12-24-2011 08:24 AM
jdick2
Rubicon shocks and springs

Would it be worth it to change the shocks and springs from a '12 Sport unlimited to the shocks and springs from an '11 Rubicon unlimited. I found some for 125.



Thanks

JD

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