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Old 01-29-2018, 06:11 PM
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Show us your 305/70 17 or 315/70 17 with a 2inch lift Jeep pics

I am going to be installing the Rancho 2in lift soon and I think I am going with either 305 or 315/70 17s on stock Willy wheels.

Im by no means a tire guru and to me the difference and performance looks minimal. 80% DD 20% off road mainly trails and old logging roads up north here in the great mitten state. I put a pic of my Jeep in the thread just so I can kind of reference it with different pics.

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35x12.5x17 KM2s, Terraflex BB
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This is a little smaller but it might help. It's a 1.5 inch coil spacer lift with 295/70/17 Cooper Discoverer MTP tires.
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Here's mine a year ago with a teraflex 2" coil lift and 315/70 R17 ProComp MT's. It does have a 1.5" body lift and flat fenders to give the illusion of a bigger lift It doesn't look like this now, however I have to say besides the stock gears which struggled a bit with the larger tires, the suspension and driving felt like stock.
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This is close. 315/70-17 Trail Grapplers with a 2.5 inch budget boost.


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