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Old 08-12-2015, 11:45 PM
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Cool First YJ (needs tires)

Well got my YJ at a good price.

$2500 to be exact. With 150K miles.

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Tires are long done. No thread at all.

Neighbor is selling me 5 almost new 35inch tires for $500 all together.
Jeep has a 1" - 2" lift already that I can see.

You guys think they'd fit good?



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Old 08-12-2015, 11:58 PM   #2
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They might fit in the wheel wells but you won't be able to turn:O

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How did you manage to get the pictures upside down? I gotta stand on my head to see them ha-ha!
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Old 08-13-2015, 12:39 AM
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They might fit in the wheel wells but you won't be able to turn:O
My neighbor had a YJ as well; he took them off when he sold his jeep. Pretty much the same as me (95 YJ). He was saying something about spacers. He's deaf/mute so communication was a bit hard. But if I were to use spacers, would that help with the turning?

I'll ask him more info on how he had those on his jeep tomorrow.
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35's will take some work to fit on a YJ. 33's probably won't fit your current setup. 31's would be ideal with 1-2" of lift.
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Only spacers I would think to help would be body lift spacers and everyone loves body lifts,lol. I have a buddy who ran 35's with a 4" lift and either small shackle lift or body lift spacers, I can't remember? You will know pretty quickly if they are too big! If you only have 2" of lift, pretty sure you will be rubbing somewhere?
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35's will not fit with only 1-2 inches of lift unless your ready to do alot of cutting and fab work.
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35's will not fit with only 1-2 inches of lift unless your ready to do alot of cutting and fab work.
Absolutely right... I checked them out today.

I would have to do some some cutting work. So I'm just going to look for the same size it has now: 32"x 11.5"

It was worth a try. They are pretty much new. And 5 for $500 was a good deal.

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