|02-19-2012 02:35 PM|
|sandbiker||I am running 31/10.5 on 15/8 wheels. 2" body lift. stock back spacing. Works fine, have not rubbed at all at full flex (with swaybar atteched). Have not tried with it disconnected.|
|08-14-2005 10:21 AM|
|08-14-2005 01:47 AM|
yeah, i know, but as a cheap means of gaining an inch, it would work. and if only it really was that easy to gain an inch......
|08-13-2005 05:17 PM|
|08-13-2005 04:24 PM|
|08-13-2005 01:31 PM|
For reference on my old Jeep I used to run a 33x12.50 with 3.75BS on 8" rims, these would rub the control arms at full turn, and after a while took the paint off the arms in a small 2" area or so. I didn't do any adjustments that you talked about, so I would think with the steering stop thing, you should be okay. Here are a couple pic's, not the best, to let you see how far they came out. The flares are 6" xenon (spelling?)
|08-13-2005 01:30 PM|
Thanks for the info. Here's what I was thinking. If the 31X10.50 fits under the stock flare on a stock TJ, then if I got flares that were at least 2 inches wider (to cover the 2 inch increase in tire width) then I might be ok as long as my wheel backspacing was correct so as to not allow rubbing on the front LCA or rear spring perch while not moving the tires too far outbound. Should I try it or am I nuts?
|08-13-2005 01:08 PM|
|khenderson||with the wider tired and the fact that your aren't lifted, when you flex, the tires won't tuck up under the flares so you're probly end up tearing those up, even with wider flares, i think. you might be able to add a 2'' BB and be alright. i know that most people prefer to put 33x12.50's on 15x8 wheels with 3.75 or 4'' of backspacing(holds bead better at lower psi), but i don't know whether 31x12.50's would fit.|
|08-13-2005 01:01 PM|
2000 TJ Wheel and Tire Expert Opinions
I'm new hear and getting ready to buy a used 2000 TJ. From doing some research it seems that I can go with a 31x10.50 tire on the stock wheel with a stock TJ as long as I adjust the wheel stops to avoid rub at full lock. Can I go to a wider wheel and tire if I use the right backspacing? I was thinking about a 15X9 or 15X10 inch wide wheel with 3.5 inch backspacing and a Pro Comp tire in the size of 31X12.50. I know I'll need wider fender flares but will that combo fit on a non-lifted 2000 TJ?