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06-06-2012 12:06 AM
iluvshoes
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Originally Posted by wmwhitey View Post
OMFG wait till I hit the wife with that one
OMG, she might kill me. LOL
06-05-2012 11:44 PM
wmwhitey OMFG wait till I hit the wife with that one
06-05-2012 11:42 PM
iluvshoes
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Originally Posted by wmwhitey View Post
LOL LOL Hell no just use it as a reference when people say things that you have no clue about lol.
My eyes are small which means only small amount of stuff can get into my brain...
06-05-2012 11:37 PM
wmwhitey LOL LOL Hell no just use it as a reference when people say things that you have no clue about lol.
06-05-2012 11:34 PM
iluvshoes
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Originally Posted by wmwhitey View Post
This might help you later with some of the Acronyms.

Acronyms etc...
You are nuts if you think I am going to remember all that!
06-05-2012 11:30 PM
wmwhitey This might help you later with some of the Acronyms.

Acronyms etc...
06-05-2012 11:30 PM
iluvshoes Oh Ok...LOL. I'm so new to this forum stuff.
06-05-2012 11:28 PM
AC0QR Original Poster, ie the person who started the thread.
06-05-2012 11:26 PM
LouieDelTorchio
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Originally Posted by jkritzeck
Ok, another stupid question. Why are you calling me OP? What does OP stand for?
Original poster
06-05-2012 11:26 PM
wmwhitey O.P. Original Poster at least thats what I have been thinking lol.
06-05-2012 11:22 PM
iluvshoes Ok, another stupid question. Why are you calling me OP? What does OP stand for?
06-05-2012 11:20 PM
wmwhitey
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Originally Posted by 4fit View Post
No, because she is installing a wheel with much less backspacing than the stock ones. Therefore, the tires sidewall will not even reach the stock bumpstops. You can see an example of what I am talking about in the pic of MTH's rig below. This is a 33x12.5x15 tire on 15" Black Rock 909s, which have 4" of backspacing. The OPs tires would actually be .25" further away from the bumpstop than this.



Also, many people just use heater hose shoved into the hole in the stock bumpstops and then trim that to fit instead of purchasing the Daystar extended ones. Just food for thought OP.

Tracking now lol.
06-05-2012 11:20 PM
iluvshoes
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Originally Posted by wmwhitey View Post
Man I need to stop posting on this thread lol this is why I have no tire on the back lol. Just make you back side look this good and you wont have to get bumpstops.
I need the spare. Not only do I like the look but I am way too ODC about my tires to not carry a spare. I end up pulling out all my hair without it. Bald is not a good look for me. I have an ugly shaped head.
06-05-2012 11:18 PM
iluvshoes Thank you all for answering my question. Just more I have to buy (sigh). I will go order them now and hope they get here before Saturday when my tires are getting installed. FML.
06-05-2012 11:16 PM
4fit
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Originally Posted by wmwhitey View Post
LOL LOL I didnt even think of them but if she went with a larger tire she should only have to trim down the ones on the back correct?
No, because she is installing a wheel with much less backspacing than the stock ones. Therefore, the tires sidewall will not even reach the stock bumpstops. You can see an example of what I am talking about in the pic of MTH's rig below. This is a 33x12.5x15 tire on 15" Black Rock 909s, which have 4" of backspacing. The OPs tires would actually be .25" further away from the bumpstop than this.



Also, many people just use heater hose shoved into the hole in the stock bumpstops and then trim that to fit instead of purchasing the Daystar extended ones. Just food for thought OP.
06-05-2012 11:14 PM
wmwhitey Man I need to stop posting on this thread lol this is why I have no tire on the back lol. Just make you back side look this good and you wont have to get bumpstops.
06-05-2012 11:11 PM
wmwhitey
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Originally Posted by 4fit View Post
That is correct, but I don't believe those are the bumpstops the OP is referring to here. Based on her post, I'm pretty sure she is referring to the Daystar extended bumpstops that will be needed to keep the spare a little more solid. They can be purchased for $14.99 with free shipping by using this link. You will only need one set and they simply replace the stock bumpstops on the tailgate and they can be trimmed to the right length for your particular setup.

LOL LOL I didnt even think of them but if she went with a larger tire she should only have to trim down the ones on the back correct?
06-05-2012 11:10 PM
iluvshoes
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Originally Posted by 4fit View Post
That is correct, but I don't believe those are the bumpstops the OP is referring to here. Based on her post, I'm pretty sure she is referring to the Daystar extended bumpstops that will be needed to keep the spare a little more solid. They can be purchased for $14.99 with free shipping by using this link. You will only need one set and they simply replace the stock bumpstops on the tailgate and they can be trimmed to the right length for your particular setup.
Yes, bump stops for the tailgate. The other ones in the picture is WAY beyond my understanding...I would need to borrow someone's male part to understand it. LOL
06-05-2012 11:08 PM
JIMBOX Young lady you need DAYSTAR EXTENDED BUMPSTOPS for your spare tire--thats all-

You'll need two (2) and they replace your stock BUMPSTOPS -

These with absorb the vibration in your spare tire mount-



Get them from Quadratec for about $15 bucks a pair--google em--Daystar bumpstops--

Good luck

JIMBO
06-05-2012 11:07 PM
4fit
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Originally Posted by wmwhitey View Post
Its what keeps your tire from flexing up to high and hitting your fender.
That is correct, but I don't believe those are the bumpstops the OP is referring to here. Based on her post, I'm pretty sure she is referring to the Daystar extended bumpstops that will be needed to keep the spare a little more solid. They can be purchased for $14.99 with free shipping by using this link. You will only need one set and they simply replace the stock bumpstops on the tailgate and they can be trimmed to the right length for your particular setup.
06-05-2012 11:04 PM
iluvshoes
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Originally Posted by wmwhitey View Post
What kind of jeep do you have? also what mods are done? Your stock jeep has them.
2012 Sport
I have no mods that affect the tires other than the bigger tires and smaller wheels. No lift or anything. the few mods I am doing are small girly ones...sills, mesh grill, side bars, grab handle bars and seat covers.
06-05-2012 11:03 PM
wmwhitey hear is a pic of them on the front.
06-05-2012 11:01 PM
wmwhitey What kind of jeep do you have? also what mods are done? Your stock jeep has them.
06-05-2012 10:53 PM
iluvshoes How many do I need and any suggestions as to what kind and what can I except to pay for them?
06-05-2012 10:38 PM
wmwhitey Its what keeps your tire from flexing up to high and hitting your fender.
06-05-2012 10:34 PM
iluvshoes
Don't laugh. What are bumpstops?

Tires (33x12.20x15) and wheels (15x8, 3.75BS) are ordered.
I was searching if the those will fit on my stock spare carrier. and from what I found, yes they will. But some people were posting I will need new bumpstops. What are bumpstops and why do I need to get them? And do I need to get anything else with these tires and wheels?

Grab your big cup of coffee, because I will have LOTS of stupid questions...LOL.

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