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Old 09-19-2008, 10:27 AM
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Got a Jeep, now it's time to do something with it.

Hey guys, I bought a Jeep about six months ago. It's finally time to get some new wheels and tires. I need to keep the lift factory (the price of insurance is killer once you lift it in NJ). I heard that 15" wheel with a 31" tire is ideal, but I also heard that it would rub real bad. Can I get the facts here so I know what to do?

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TJ or JK. You can fit 31s on a TJ with a very slight rub when cornering unless you go for some rims with the correct backspacing. I think a JK can hold 32s or 33's without a lift. Ill try to dig up a pic of my no-lift TJ with 31's.

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Been a while since I posted a pic.. lets see if this works
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I've thought about a body lift to fit bigger tires.
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i have 31's and no rub i put 1-1/2 spring spacers i have plenty of room but wish i went bigger i put tires on stock 7in jeep rims o5 model
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