|05-17-2009 07:51 PM|
You could put on a 1.25" body lift and a 1" motor mount lift and run 33x12.50s with the budget boost you have already. As was said though, you need a wheel with backspacing around 3.75" to 4" or run a 10.5 wide tire. If you disconnect your sway bars off road with the 2" + body lift you may want to trim your fender flares or get a flat flare for tire clearance. Here is a link to the BL/MML from Rokmen. Generally a 1" BL is all you should do on a Wrangler.
Rokmen - JKS Body Lift 1.25
Rokmen - JKS Budget Motor Mount Lift
|05-17-2009 07:43 PM|
|05-17-2009 07:29 PM|
|JFT80||I already have a 2" spring spacer. Does the one you mention come in a 4"? I didn't find one that did when I did a quick internet search.|
|05-17-2009 05:38 PM|
i would go with a spacer lift like rather than a body lift...im just not a big fan of body lift's over 1''
Rubicon express budget boost is a good idea
|05-17-2009 04:26 PM|
|05-17-2009 03:42 PM|
|4point||You will need wheels with proper back spacing to accommodate an 11.50 width tire. The factory wheels wont work for the 11.50 but will be OK with the 10.50.|
|05-17-2009 03:22 PM|
|Jerry Bransford||32x11.50 is the absolute biggest you can go with with a 2" spacer lift without the tires rubbing. You need an absolute minimum of 3" for 33" tires but even that is barely enough. I personally recommend 4" of lift for 33" tires if you want to offroad it.|
|05-17-2009 03:20 PM|
|rock4xfab||3.5 to 4 for 33" tires|
|05-17-2009 03:09 PM|
How large of a tire with 2" lift?
I am about to purchase my first Jeep, so I am ignorant about a lot of the details of this beautiful vehicle. It is a 2005 Wrangler X. It currently has a 2" spring spacer lift on it with very small tires (235's). I was hoping to upgrade to 33" tires. Is that feasible or will I need additional lift? What size can be accomadated with the 2" lift?