|02-02-2007 06:27 PM|
With that combo you might not need new flares. What backspacing/offset on the new wheels?
Currently the lift we put on my brothers 2003 Rubicon is the OME. Running 285/75s on the stock moabs. They sit under the flares nicely. Only had to add on small washer to the sterring stop.
Looks good and now no rubbing.
|11-07-2006 07:30 PM|
|4Jeepn||I had the Xenon (spelling?) and those where nice. I have heard the bushwackers bust upon hitting. The warns are nice and I don't care for the round shape of the bestop on the rear. Yeap, big help I know..LOL I currently run the stock one's so any of those would better than what I have.|
|11-07-2006 06:25 PM|
What Fender Flares on LJ with 33's ? ? ? Need pics
I'm just about ready to lift my 2005 LJ. At the Ready, I have the suspension lift (OME), adj. track bars, HD tire rod, 33 x 12.50 tires w/new wheels. Now I need to decide on which fender flares to use. Looks like I'll need 6" wide flares. I'd like to get some input & view pic's of members LJ's and/or TJ's with the Bushwacker Pocket Style, Warn Trail Flares (if possible), Bestop, and any other flares not mentioned. I'm hoping to have the flares painted to match the Jeep. Thanks for looking!