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09-30-2013 10:15 AM
CarolinaBound As long as you have proper bump stop and back spacing they will fit. 1" lift would regain stock travel, 2" would be better, 3" most likely ideal.

And for the thousandth time taking the plastic flares off is the least of your worries clearance wise. What you're worried about is the metal lip that will cut into your tires if you don't block excessive up travel with bump stops.
09-30-2013 10:00 AM
TreyahsDaddy Ive got 33"s on my stock '94 . Took the fender flares off and it looks mean as heck!!! Wheels great too!
09-30-2013 09:39 AM
05ljman
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Originally Posted by Trendsetter75 View Post
FALSE!! You can have no lift with highline fenders with 33's or 35's. Ive seen it.
And let's be clear here. The highline fenders cost about 1,000 bucks. A 2 inch spacer lift costs like 300. Yes it clears but it's way too expensive for most people
09-30-2013 09:36 AM
05ljman If you put flat flares on you should be ok. It all depends on if you want flex or not. I have 31 inch bfg alterrains in my unlifted lj. I get very good flex out of it still. My guess is you would need a small spacer lift to get decent travel out of the 32s. You won't get any more flex since it's just a spacer lift, but it lifts the whole jeep slightly and allows for the bigger meats
09-23-2013 05:16 PM
Steeljag The LJ pictured and used as example is not stock. It reads it has LJ springs/ HD shocks / and a body lift.
09-23-2013 04:37 PM
Drk5ide
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Originally Posted by Trendsetter75 View Post
What make and model tires are those?
They are 32X11.5R15 Kumho Road Venture MT KL71 on UltraType 164 15x8 rims*
09-23-2013 08:48 AM
therandomhero
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Originally Posted by fattirewilly View Post
Fixed it for you.
agreed . But he also has the 6" fender flares and I've never seen mud in it. Evet
09-22-2013 09:28 PM
fattirewilly
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Originally Posted by Trendsetter75 View Post
FALSE!! You can have no lift with highline fenders with 33's or 35's. Ive seen it.
Sure you can get high line fenders. That's an "alternative" to a lift. It doesn't make what I said "false" about going larger than 31"s on a stock TJ or needing a lift (unless you highline).

I also suppose someone could insert enough bump stops to limit travel to one inch or so. There's almost always more than one way to do something.
09-22-2013 09:16 PM
fattirewilly
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Originally Posted by therandomhero View Post
A guy I work with has 33x10.50s on a bone stock TJ. He has no issues at the mall.

Fixed it for you.
09-22-2013 07:13 PM
Trendsetter75
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Originally Posted by Drk5ide View Post
32x11.5 on a stock 2000 tj (actual size is 32"x11.4") rims have 3.70 inch backspacing.




And no I havent wheeled yet just put them on to get it inspected. I have no rubbing and on the road i havn't had any problems but i am not going to push my luck by wheeling.I havn't figured out what size, type, or brand of lift I am getting but one will be installed before she sees dirt.
What make and model tires are those?
09-22-2013 06:39 AM
therandomhero A guy I work with has 33x10.50s on a bone stock TJ. He has no issues.
09-21-2013 09:25 AM
Drk5ide 32x11.5 on a stock 2000 tj (actual size is 32"x11.4") rims have 3.70 inch backspacing.




And no I havent wheeled yet just put them on to get it inspected. I have no rubbing and on the road i havn't had any problems but i am not going to push my luck by wheeling.I havn't figured out what size, type, or brand of lift I am getting but one will be installed before she sees dirt.
09-18-2013 09:34 PM
Trendsetter75 Here you go with 35's on an LJ Unlimited!!
09-18-2013 09:32 PM
Trendsetter75
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Originally Posted by fattirewilly View Post
A 31 is consistently the largest tire for a stock set up. A 2 inch lift is needed for 32s
FALSE!! You can have no lift with highline fenders with 33's or 35's. Ive seen it.
09-18-2013 03:57 PM
05ljman I heard it will fit, but you will get absolutely no flex, or good suspension travel. And they just look wrong since there's no room for them to travel.. I honestly have never seen this, but I heard it isn't good... my 2cents
09-17-2013 09:43 PM
fattirewilly
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Originally Posted by Joey Alvy View Post
Does anyone know if 32" tires will fit on my stock 2000 wrangler
A 31 is consistently the largest tire for a stock set up. A 2 inch lift is needed for 32s
09-12-2013 10:52 AM
Joey Alvy
Will 32"s fit my stock jeep

Does anyone know if 32" tires will fit on my stock 2000 wrangler

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