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Old 05-23-2011, 01:34 PM
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on a 2011 Rubicon Unlimited, what would you recommend for a lift and tire size? All recommendations are appreciated.

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Welcome to the Forum Adidora

Check out the lift sticky in the JK section of the forum for some great ideas and information. The gallery is also a good place to check out different rigs and help you decide how high you want to go.
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Can't you get 35" tires without a lift? If so, then that's what I would do. Even if it was only 33" without a lift.. still.. that's what I would do.
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drivebytruckerz, thanks for the comment. I was told that 35" mud terrains would rub if the steering is cranked hard left or right. IMO, the 33" tires don't look proportional to the body; therefore, why I was going with the 35". Then the lift became a foregone conclusion.

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