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Old 08-06-2011, 07:55 PM
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WHAT SIZE TIRE CAN I PUT ON STOCK WHEELS WITH NO LIFT.I HAVE 1.5 SPACER
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33's with no other mods.

35's if you cut the fenders or get flat style flares.

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CAN U TELL ME MORE ABOPUT 33's???
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I would assume you have 18" wheels since you have a Sahara. It sometimes depends on the tire choice for example Goodyear Duratracs come in 275/70/18 which are 33.16" tall and 10.83 wide and also come in 295/65/18 which are 33.1 tall and 11.61 wide

Either will work

But basically up to 33's will be fine. 18's have very limited choices and some brands won't work without lift but as long as you don't plan on going over 33X12.5 you should be fine. 33.16 is close enough to work. To get bigger then that you will either have to lift a little or get flat fenders.
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If you don't mind going to a 15" wheel, you can buy MB72 15" alloy wheels and get 33X12.5X15 tires which are common in almost every brand cheaper then the 18 tire alone
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CAN U TELL ME MORE ABOPUT 33's???
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rics1997 had a good summary of 33's, but what brand you want is all up to you. Goodyear duratracs are a good median between a MT and AT, BFG KM2's are a good MT. Goodyear Kevlar MT/R's are good as well...just to name a few.

It all depends on what type of tire you want? MT, AT, Street...etc.
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thanks rics1997
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clutch127.i have no idea what MT or AT meen
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MT is Mud Terrain and AT is All Terrain

MT are usually the more aggressive looking tires and better on trails and mud but a little more noisy on road. All terrain is good for general trail use and also a very good road tire. MT is better off road, AT is better on road
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MT is Mud Terrain and AT is All Terrain

MT are usually the more aggressive looking tires and better on trails and mud but a little more noisy on road. All terrain is good for general trail use and also a very good road tire. MT is better off road, AT is better on road
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So i need at tires.for my stock 18 wheels.budget $1000-$1500
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You will probably find a wider range of tires in AT then MT if you go that route and generally AT's are cheaper then MT's
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SOME THING LIKE THIS?
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Thats a very popular tire. It is sort of in between a MT and AT. A lot of people put them on their Jeep. It is one of the most popular alone with BF Goodrich KM2 but the KM2 doesn't have good choices for 18 inch wheels with no lift
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Decent tire is atleast 1600 without taxes
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Mm u said 33s maybe 1200 plus taxes
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If you don't mind going to a 15" wheel, you can buy MB72 15" alloy wheels and get 33X12.5X15 tires which are common in almost every brand cheaper then the 18 tire alone
Can you fit 15in rims on a 2011? I cant even fit 16's, minimum 17's from 2010 model onwards for us down here due to 13in front discs.

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