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Old 01-25-2014, 09:53 AM
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33s or 35s? insight?

Have a stock 2010 wrangler sport and want to buy some bigger tires.. don't plan on lifting but want to do flat fenders. Will 35s fit or should I go 33s? And do u have pics?! Thank you!

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Do you know what gears you have? What kind of off roading do you do?

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Do you know what gears you have? What kind of off roading do you do?
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35's will fit but you will limit up travel and might still rub.
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If you have 3.73s i'd go with 35s. Maybe even a BB or leveling kit.
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Old 01-25-2014, 11:06 AM   #5
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34s and flat fenders, to start. If need be, could add a set of JKS ACOS up front.
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Won't be doing much offloading.. not much for trails around here. Just want to know if they will fit without rubbing
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I went with 35's and the flat fenders then added higher rate springs in the rear and when i come up our hill here near home theres a dip and the rear bottoms out. Nothing major but im lifting a bit!
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33s at stock ride height without rubbing. 35s with flat fender flairs and 4.5" offset wheels with bump stops to stop tire from contacting. But you will likely buttom out the suspension on rough roads.
I'd look into a 2" budget boost and you will have no problems. Especially if it really only sees pavement
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Ahh.. I just wanted to go 35s just in case I want like a 2inch lift in the future. I will do some trail rides.. too

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