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Old 04-28-2016, 08:31 AM
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Pics of 35's on stock JKUR Wheels

Not sure if I can afford tires wheels lift and gears. So looking at keeping my stock wheels. 4door with 35's only please. I have the gray wheels.

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Do you have a lift, or are you trying to run them stock? I have a 14 Rubi and have read both sides if this works or not... Not trying to hijack your thread, but I am interested what you find out.

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I'm lifting and re-gearing, would like to see pics with stock wheels
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I have pics of 35x12.5 17 on stock 2016 7.5" rims but am too ignorant to figure out how to get them from my iphone onto here. Sorry.
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Not sure if I can afford tires wheels lift and gears. So looking at keeping my stock wheels. 4door with 35's only please. I have the gray wheels.
315/35s on stock Rubicon rims and 1.25" spacers, running a 3" lift.
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315/35s on stock Rubicon rims and 1.25" spacers, running a 3" lift.
Very nice.........I'm going with stock wheels
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Hivedr great pictures and have enjoyed your post rating the tires. Thank you! Going with same size on stock rim also, 1.5" spacer 2" lift.
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35x12.50x17s on my stock Willys wheels.
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For some reason, I was under the impression that 35s couldn't fit on the stock Rubi wheels. Glad to know otherwise, may hold off on rims right now and just get some new tires.
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For some reason, I was under the impression that 35s couldn't fit on the stock Rubi wheels. Glad to know otherwise, may hold off on rims right now and just get some new tires.


I had to go with 315's because Discount Tire wouldn't mount 35's.


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I plan to buy them and take them to a shop locally to mount.

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I had to go with 315's because Discount Tire wouldn't mount 35's.


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For some reason, I was under the impression that 35s couldn't fit on the stock Rubi wheels. Glad to know otherwise, may hold off on rims right now and just get some new tires.
meh...any reputable off-road shop will mount a 35 on a 7.5 wheel. You have to run 1.5 spacer to keep from rubbing control arms and stuff but you can run them all day long. I have 1.5 Spidertrax wheel and hub centric spacers.
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I planned to just get the Spidertrax 1.5 wheel spacers, will that be enough? Im wanting to get some 35 or 315 KO2s and plan to upgrade rims next year.

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meh...any reputable off-road shop will mount a 35 on a 7.5 wheel. You have to run 1.5 spacer to keep from rubbing control arms and stuff but you can run them all day long. I have 1.5 Spidertrax wheel and hub centric spacers.
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I planned to just get the Spidertrax 1.5 wheel spacers, will that be enough? Im wanting to get some 35 or 315 KO2s and plan to upgrade rims next year.


I went with the KO2's in 315. At the time I had no idea they also had a C load version. I have the E load. Not crazy stiff but I have to believe the C are not as stiff.


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I planned to just get the Spidertrax 1.5 wheel spacers, will that be enough? Im wanting to get some 35 or 315 KO2s and plan to upgrade rims next year.
I assume you are lifted? if you are or have flat fenders then yes that's all you would need. I am running a 3.5" RockKrawler midFlex system.
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Im ordering the lift this weekend, getting the 2.5" RockKrawler Flex kit.

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I assume you are lifted? if you are or have flat fenders then yes that's all you would need. I am running a 3.5" RockKrawler midFlex system.
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I went with the KO2's in 315. At the time I had no idea they also had a C load version. I have the E load. Not crazy stiff but I have to believe the C are not as stiff.


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But can the C KO2's be bought? They're supposed to be stock on the new Ford Raptor.
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A little dirty after our last trip in Kentucky


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Looks great. Are those 35/12.50/17 with 1.5" spacers? Do you have a side shot to see how far they stick out of the fender?
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This is the best I can do for ya. You nailed the specs right on the nose. I'd get u better pics but I sold it in January.


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well you guys have me sold, looks like I will be getting some new tires soon than expected and get my rims next year.
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This is the best I can do for ya. You nailed the specs right on the nose. I'd get u better pics but I sold it in January.


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well you guys have me sold, looks like I will be getting some new tires soon than expected and get my rims next year.
They say it's best to go with 35's before 33's. You should be happy as long as you don't mind the power and mpg loss and having more crap slung up the side of your doors. I'm now trying to decide on an AT that's either P285/70r17 AT3W, 285/75r16 or 295/75r16 KO2 or Grabber AT2, or 315/70/17 or 315/75/16. I know going from the 34 KO2 D-rated to the STT Pro 295/70r18 E-rated there was a noticeable difference in braking, acceleration and mpg.
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I think I will end up going with the 35/12.5/17 KO2s. Never planned on getting 33s because I knew I would want more, so figured buy 35s to save me from upgrading down the road. Then next year ill get the level 8 tracker pros to finish off the wheels.


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They say it's best to go with 35's before 33's. You should be happy as long as you don't mind the power and mpg loss and having more crap slung up the side of your doors. I'm now trying to decide on an AT that's either P285/70r17 AT3W, 285/75r16 or 295/75r16 KO2 or Grabber AT2, or 315/70/17 or 315/75/16. I know going from the 34 KO2 D-rated to the STT Pro 295/70r18 E-rated there was a noticeable difference in braking, acceleration and mpg.
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Thanks what did you replace it with?


My JKU Rubicon should get delivered to the dealer tomorrow. It will be getting the bfg km2 35s. This time I'm getting different wheels just so I don't have to deal with spacers.


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But can the C KO2's be bought? They're supposed to be stock on the new Ford Raptor.


No idea. I'm thinking of buying some from a Raptor.


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