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Old 12-03-2011, 08:19 AM
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Couple tire questions

Ohkay I got a 2inch BDS suspension lift on 31"s im thnking that i wanna go bigger tires but im not so sure bout lifting it anymore so iv been looking at
BFGoodrich All-Terrain T/A KO 32X11.5-15 C tires. Would these work? My 98 tj is my DD but i occasionally take it offroad and some mudding. or would the tread wear to fast?

One more thing, can you reuse wheels? I believe i have 15x8's


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I don't think you will see that much difference in going to the 32's. Now if ya need new tires then go for it. But perhaps consider other mods with the money, locker perhaps, winch etc.

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You can definitely use the same rims.

As mentioned above, not worth it for 1" unless you need tires.
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You might want to do a quick check to see how much space you actually have available, that's on the back tire close to the top. You may have more space than in the pic, just use it as a reference.
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