|01-23-2007 09:32 PM|
i would just do 33s and call it a day. you will regret 31s. no need to lift a jeep 3 full inches and only go up 1/2" in tire height. you end up with a jeep that has a high center of gravity without a taller and wider tire to balance it all out.
as far as cost of the BFG AT goes, here are some tirerack.com figures (just so you see that shouldn't be the selling point...if it comes down to that):
31x10.50 = $127
32x11.50 = $127
33x10.50 = $135
33x12.50 = $139
hardly a cost difference between a 31 and a 33, but totally worth it in the end.
i run a 33x12.50 with 3" of lift and i wouldn't have it any other way with that amount of lift.
as for the BFG tires, i've run the AT and currently the MT, and have loved them both. the AT was great for everyday road use and occasional light wheeling, but the MT is an all business tire. decent road manners, great off road abilities.
|01-23-2007 05:41 PM|
|JeepGuyLJ||You crack me up bigjeep.|
|01-23-2007 12:28 AM|
this is why i recently blew up the tranny ... there is about 30" of air under the driver front tire
random hill climb
Daniel's Ledge: (rear is fully stuffed, barely makes contact with the fender flare)
at camp, for reference i am 5'9"
ill see if i can get some pics over the next few days of it sitting in a parking lot so you can see the stance ... low and wide ... i love it.
|01-23-2007 12:12 AM|
|01-23-2007 12:11 AM|
|Steve97TJ||I wanna see a picture of those 33's with no lift. Have any?|
|01-22-2007 10:09 PM|
i did a better job on my lift then they could. they'd probably put my rear springs up front and put my shocks upside down and then take out the seats because they couldn't disconnect the sway bar.
i crack myself up! i sound like scout now.
|01-22-2007 05:17 PM|
|01-22-2007 05:13 PM|
Do you have a 6 speed? If so you should be good with the 33's. If auto, I would go with 32's or be willing to re-gear within a year, cuz it's gonna bug you.
|01-22-2007 05:06 PM|
|JeepGuyLJ||Yeah i know. Its a good thing 4xdoctor found what it was and fix it for free too those guys are great.|
|01-22-2007 04:08 PM|
|AzTJ||wow - luckly nothing serious happened while driving it|
|01-22-2007 03:21 PM|
|JeepGuyLJ||Just took my jeep to the 4xdoctor to have the noise checked out and guess what (4WHEELPARTS) forgot to put one of the nuts back on the rear arm thats what making all that noise. I have to take it back tomarrow for them to fix the alignment im never taking my jeep back to 4wheel parts for anything, Now my jeep runs like it just came out of the dealer show room.|
|01-22-2007 02:35 PM|
my jeep is no pavement pounder / mall crawler .... go low or go home.
my front fenders do look like they got in a fight with a hammer, though
if its any consolation, i just blew up the cry-stler 666 (999) tranny last night on a snow run on the local trail. big hill climb + loose dirt + snow + big rocks + heavy right foot = blown up tranny
at least the D35 rear survived
|01-22-2007 12:15 PM|
I agree, do you just drive it on the street? I bet those tires rub going over speed bumps. My 31's rubbed at full stuff on a stock suspension.
|01-22-2007 09:28 AM|
|Mike001||I have 33's and I have no problems and my gears are 3.07's, but I also got a 6 speed so that 1st gear is like a granny low.|
|01-22-2007 08:52 AM|
i enjoy my mud terrains. they are wearing super well and should last a while and they do great on the road while still doing awesome offroad.
|01-22-2007 02:06 AM|
33s at least.
i run 33s on stock susp.
run a big tire. wheel gap = ghey.
|01-22-2007 01:40 AM|
|AzTJ||It all depends on what kind of trails/terrain he takes. If he goes on roacky roads more I'd go for the A/T's... more mud, then the M/T's. The A/T's on my Xj have worn awsomely, and do what I ask of them on medium difficulty trails. YOu might loose a few more pieces of tread/lugs with M/T's than an A/T.|
|01-22-2007 01:16 AM|
|Steve97TJ||Bfg all terrains are good and all but i wish i would have gone with a mud terrain tire. With proper rotation you can get just as much life at some times.|
|01-21-2007 11:49 PM|
|Unlimited||I have an LJ with an Automatic like yours. I run 33's with the stock gears and have no problems on the freeway. If you are worried, go with the 32's.|
|01-21-2007 12:55 AM|
Boggers i wonder if he will like them
here we go not mine but some1s http://www.sounddomain.com/ride/840824/1
|01-21-2007 12:41 AM|
|JeepGuyLJ||I was going more towards BFG AT's i dont think i want mudders.|
|01-20-2007 11:35 PM|
what brand tires are you thinkin about?
|01-20-2007 11:17 PM|
|AzTJ||comprimise and go 32's|
|01-20-2007 11:15 PM|
|JeepGuyLJ||My dad says run 31"s but i think i should run 33"s the only reason he says that is that im going to have trouble getting on to the freeway cause jeep is going to loose power but i dont know.|
|01-20-2007 09:59 PM|
|01-20-2007 06:55 PM|
|JeepGuyLJ||I think i know where the noise is coming from its i think from the quick discos cause i tool them off to try to flex and i didnt hear the noise anymore oh well.|
|01-20-2007 10:05 AM|
the t-case drop is easy to take off.
|01-20-2007 12:47 AM|
|JeepGuyLJ||Yeah i have no vibs but i told 4wheel parts not to install the tcase drop but they said the kit comes with one so they have to so ok whatever. Thanks i like the lift but again i guess when you buy a lift you have to deal with the nosie that can come from a lift. I also think it will look good with 33" by 10.5 at cause the stock ones are a little to small.|
|01-19-2007 05:13 PM|
|mrbigjeep||looks sweet. gonna look real good with 33's. no vibes right? im assuming you don't have any since its an LJ.|
|01-19-2007 02:40 PM|
|Mike001||My lift does that I can't figure out what it is the aligment shop seen nothing and neither has anyone else I think it might be my diskos though. The spherical bushings or something i don't know|
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