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Old 03-13-2018, 11:44 PM
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35x13.50x15

Is anyone running 35 13.50 15s? I got a ford 8.8 33 spline chromo shafts on the rear ..and 26 spline chromo . Shafts up front...locked front and rear...my question is is the Dana 30 beefed up gonna take the extra rubber and will I be breaking axle shafts

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Old 03-13-2018, 11:55 PM   #2
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30 w good shafts will handle 35's and w really good shafts a light rig and a careful driver can survive 37's although 35's should usually be the limit.
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Old 03-14-2018, 12:08 AM
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Is 13.50 to wide though...

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Here's what I got going on just finished the build gotta move those shock mounts up and relocate the track bar don't be to critical...lol

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I like the 13.50 but they eat up realstate just wanna be safe...

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I'm the wrong one to ask.... I like pizza cutters
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I am guessing you are looking the Toyo mud tires. They are pretty wide, so they might rub at full turns depending on your wheel choice. With a spring over that you are running I would get longer bump stops to minimize the rub on your upper fender. I know this is a crazy suggestion, but if you have a buddy that has a jeep with 35's ask if you could swap the tires and drive around for a bit and flex the suspension to see how they fit. My friend bought a YJ with 35's, I had 33's. When it came time to buy tires I put his tires on my jeep to see how they would fit for one, but also see how the jeep would drive with them.
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How wide a tire do you NEED? Pizza cutters for snow and balloons for swamp.

Tire width depends a lot on the intended purpose that you intend to use the Jeep.

Most Jeeps are daily drivers with more or less off road use, so you're looking at some type of compromise if you plan on using the Jeep for anything other than exclusive trail use.

Decide on how you plan to use your Jeep and then buy tires accordingly.
You'll get the best advice on off-road forums. The counterperson in the tire store will just try to sell you what he has in stock or which tire has the best commission.
The tire guy might be a tire expert, but he's a salesman first.

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Lucky has some good advice. Find an off road shop around you and get to know them and pick their brains. The shop I go to, talked me out of different swampers, at that time i wanted a look more then I went wheeling, and my Jeep was a daily driver. I am glad I did not get the bia plies I wanted. He even pointed my to a discount tire near by that was running a sale to go by tires.
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In my experience offroad shops excel at seperating people from their money...
Not saying ur guy isn't great yellow but I think the chances of him getting the same treatment are low...

Best place to learn imho is a local jeep club.... walk right past the young guys with amazing looking rigs and brand new cummins tow pigs and find the old guy that drove his amazingly clean 30 yr old jeep to the trail who has been wheeling since before the young guys were born.... he'll be easy to pick out.... he'll have quiet exhaust, only a few dents in his rig.... 33" tires, and a warn 8274 on his old school runk bumper....

He'll know what really works and will be more than happy to talk to you about it.

Btw no I didn't just describe myself.... I'm halfway between them.... I'm the guy that got tired of parking behind the flashy youngsters while they tear up the trail and their rig trying to bounce over a single rock and took off leading a group to actually do some wheeling lol
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Haha that's funny!!! I know those guys all to well, we have a few guys like that in our club too. Up until recently I was the youngest member at 44, now we have a few in their 30's. I think the other ones to kinda steer clear are the dudes in a slight mid life crisis, who just went crazy with the catalogue and buys every item for their new JK or notw JL!!!
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Absolutely.... they'll try their best to convince you that you have to have blah blah blah because billy at blah blah offroad says it's the only way to do it....

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