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04-29-2010 08:41 PM
blaster199
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Originally Posted by XWRANGLERX View Post
also can anyone give me a good aggressive tire to purchase for the stock rims.. i plan on painting them black
Ya id like to know what tire options we have for the stock 18s...im pretty happy with the way the rims look id like to see some aggressive tread though...preferably a bit taller and wider as well
04-29-2010 02:17 PM
daggo66
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Originally Posted by Cons_Table View Post
sorry i didnt catch that this was JK thread...

I have also heard you can fit 32's on a stock JK
Not only can you fit them, but they come from the factory with 32's as an option.
04-29-2010 01:53 PM
XWRANGLERX also can anyone give me a good aggressive tire to purchase for the stock rims.. i plan on painting them black
04-29-2010 01:48 PM
XWRANGLERX so would the budget boost be my best bet?
04-29-2010 01:23 PM
Cons_Table sorry i didnt catch that this was JK thread...

I have also heard you can fit 32's on a stock JK
04-29-2010 01:15 PM
OSUJEEPER I think on the 07 and newer modles it is actually easier and more efficient to do a suspension spacer lift. this way it lifts the whole jeep not just the tub, and there are only 4 of them to put in. I rarely hear many people talking about a body lift on the new ones. Go to Quadratech.com, or 4wd.com and look under the lift section and see what you can find. Also I think you should be able to fit 32's without a problem on a stock rig.
04-29-2010 01:12 PM
Cons_Table I dont know if a 1" BL with will give you all of the clearance you need for 32's. You will not gain any extra articulation with a BL. You may also consider a budget boost, which are usually around 2" spring spacers. Or you could do a complete 2"-2.5" suspension lift for 32's. Just a few thoughts to think about...
04-29-2010 01:07 PM
XWRANGLERX
body lift with spacers

i have been looking on doing a body lift on my X model only about a 1 inch lift this is my daily driver and i dont want much lift. i plan on putting 32" tires on and i want a small lift and it appears that the most efficient way would be a 1 inch spacer. can anyone give me some feedback on this?

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