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Old 01-27-2012, 09:03 PM
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question on some 33's

so i now have 31 bfg mt on jeep now. I have a chance to buy some firestone destination mt that are almost brand new with wheels. Thing is i dont know make of wheel and so i i measured from mating surface of backside of wheel to edge of rim and its 4.5 inches. anyone know if this is the back space? and does anyone have any experience with these 33's on a 2.5 in rough country lift?

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do you know if the lug pattern is correct for your Jeep? Also what model wrangler do you have?

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Yes. That is the backspacing.

Ya. What it the bolt pattern?
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I think you'll run into clearance issues unless you install some large bumpstops. If you install a 1.25" body lift you'll be better off off-road!

Here is what mine looks like with 2.5" suspension lift and 1.25" body lift and 33s

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i didnt know there was a tread pattern that is right or wrong. and the pattern is 5 on 4.5. well they are brand new with some aluminum polished wheels for 900$. but i think i will have to pass on them, i think i want to stick with 31's because of the amount of driving and i think i want to get some dridgestone dueller at revo2 from costco and get the soft 8's. thats my ideal setup so i might as well get what i want and be happy i think. thanks for the answers though guys.
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