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Old 02-11-2020, 03:11 PM
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Stock wheels on 35's

Anybody got pictures of 35's on stock JT wheels. Particularly these wheels on mine

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Old 02-14-2020, 05:10 AM
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Well here's some if anyone is interested
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Looks good! What are you running for tires?
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Old 02-14-2020, 10:37 AM
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Looks good! What are you running for tires?
315 70 17 BFG K02 all terrains. Ran the 35x12.517 K02s on the JKU and really liked them. I cheaped out on the last set I put on it and regretted it so I decide to go back to the BFG. Ride quality was not compromised at all. It actually might ride a little better. These were a little light than my 35 12.5 17 but still basically considered a 35 that measures probably 33.7 on the jeep. I'm pleased. Appreciate it!
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315 70 17 BFG K02 all terrains. Ran the 35x12.517 K02s on the JKU and really liked them. I cheaped out on the last set I put on it and regretted it so I decide to go back to the BFG. Ride quality was not compromised at all. It actually might ride a little better. These were a little light than my 35 12.5 17 but still basically considered a 35 that measures probably 33.7 on the jeep. I'm pleased. Appreciate it!
Did you find that your JT sat higher than the JK when stock? Mine has to be 2" higher than the JKU I had. Was planning on just 285/70 17's, but there's a lot of room. Had one guy ask me who did the lift, and I told him it was stock. Still snooping the specs to see if I missed something.
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315 70 17 BFG K02 all terrains. Ran the 35x12.517 K02s on the JKU and really liked them. I cheaped out on the last set I put on it and regretted it so I decide to go back to the BFG. Ride quality was not compromised at all. It actually might ride a little better. These were a little light than my 35 12.5 17 but still basically considered a 35 that measures probably 33.7 on the jeep. I'm pleased. Appreciate it!
Did you find that your JT sat higher than the JK when stock? Mine has to be 2" higher than the JKU I had. Was planning on just 285/70 17's, but there's a lot of room. Had one guy ask me who did the lift, and I told him it was stock. Still snooping the specs to see if I missed something.
Yeah I feel the same way about mine. I had a 3" spring lift and 1-1/4" body lift on the JKU and I feel like with the 35's and the 2.5" lift I just had put on it sits about as high as my JKU did. I wish I would of measured before selling it. Here are two pictures for comparison. Just had the 2.5" lift finished today.
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That was with the the 4-1/4 inch lift on the JKU and just 2.5" on the JT, both with 35's
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That was with the the 4-1/4 inch lift on the JKU and just 2.5" on the JT, both with 35's
That lift looks great! Might need to think about 37's at some point!
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That was with the the 4-1/4 inch lift on the JKU and just 2.5" on the JT, both with 35's
That lift looks great! Might need to think about 37's at some point!
Yeah that's why went 2.5" with it. Just in case I get 37 bug, but honestly as good as it's riding on 35's with the lift I really don't want to do nothing to compromise that. I mean it's night and day compared to the JK. No power loss at all. I haven't really saw a MPG loss. Only thing is the Speedos off by 3 mpg, so if it says 45 you really going 48. I'll order a tuner to.fix that

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