|03-20-2008 02:46 PM|
hey you will be fine as a matter of fact i got some 31x9.5R15 YokoGeolanders on some 15x10Rims for sale
4" Skyjacker Super Flex
Pioneer Premier Sound System (sound bar & PODS)
+44 Flowmaster exhaust system
33" BF Goodrich A/T
. . . and then some!!!
|03-20-2008 10:46 AM|
|MoA||if you are going bigger.. 31s wouldnt be too bad with a 4 cyl.. buddy is runnin em on his old 4 cyl yj.. and i ran 31s on my jeep stock since the day i got it back in 99|
|03-20-2008 09:42 AM|
|dweebster||WOO HOO go i4 thats what i got and honestly if you want to get the best gas mileage i would say get a intake and exhaust it saved me alot of gas guzzlin and i had 31x9.5 but now on to bigger things i have 33x12.5 maybe will upgrade too 35 but fine now but i guess it also depends on your gear ratio as well|
|03-20-2008 12:50 AM|
|Triple88a||btw check the web, those sizes come stockers on many TJs.. you can get some for cheap from someone that got a new set.|
|03-20-2008 12:22 AM|
|Scout||No problem. I'm here to help.|
|03-20-2008 12:21 AM|
|03-20-2008 12:19 AM|
First off, welcome to the forum.
No it won't affect it much as you're really not making that big of a jump in size and weight.
|03-20-2008 12:18 AM|
Question about bigger tires....
Hello I have a 2000 Wrangler 4cyl and was thinking about upgrading my factory tires to BFGoodrich 30x9.5's. The only problem is since I have the 4cyl is this gonna effect my speed much on the highway?? Or should I just go with a new set of factory size tires? Thanks