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Sorry if this is in the wrong place or has been asked before, I couldn't find it on my phone.
I have a 2010 Wrangler Unlimited Sahara with a 3.5 inch lift, it's on 35's now. It has stock fenders, would I be able to get 37s on it? Or possibly even bigger? Or are 35s my biggest option without a different lift?
 

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Would just stick with 35"s. I'm sure you could fit larger, but you would most likely be running into other problems with axles, brakes, etc.

What's your gearing?
 

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What gearing do you have? Do you offroad?
 

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What gearing do you have? Do you offroad?
2010 sahara would be 3.73 or 3.21 i believe, and Dana 30 front diff... I would stick to the 35's. There's more to it than what will just fit physically under the jeep
 

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On a 2010 with the 3.8, I would stick where you are at, gusset the Cs at minimum (truss if you offroad) and just do a regear.
 

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^ Don't listen to them. I would go 53's. That would look awesome! :D

Like they said, your gearing doesn't favor anything larger. You'll need C's for sure and should also do sleeves or truss. Might as well do some ball joints while you're in there too.

On the plus side, you have enough lift to fit them, I run 37s on 3" of lift. MMC runs them on 2.5". So if you're willing to re-gear and weld on your axle then go for it!

Edit: 53's

 

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Holy carp! Wonder what kind of axle is on that thing?
 

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Sorry if this is in the wrong place or has been asked before, I couldn't find it on my phone.
I have a 2010 Wrangler Unlimited Sahara with a 3.5 inch lift, it's on 35's now. It has stock fenders, would I be able to get 37s on it? Or possibly even bigger? Or are 35s my biggest option without a different lift?
If you wheel at all, stick with the 35's. It's not just a matter of what will fit, it's also a matter of flex. E.g., the tire must fit when they moves up into the wheel well.
 

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^ Don't listen to them. I would go 53's. That would look awesome! :D

Like they said, your gearing doesn't favor anything larger. You'll need C's for sure and should also do sleeves or truss. Might as well do some ball joints while you're in there too.

On the plus side, you have enough lift to fit them, I run 37s on 3" of lift. MMC runs them on 2.5". So if you're willing to re-gear and weld on your axle then go for it!

Edit: 53's

KIIIIIIIIIIND of interested... lol. not for any real world use other than going to mudfest events
 

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^ Don't listen to them. I would go 53's. That would look awesome! :D

Like they said, your gearing doesn't favor anything larger. You'll need C's for sure and should also do sleeves or truss. Might as well do some ball joints while you're in there too.

On the plus side, you have enough lift to fit them, I run 37s on 3" of lift. MMC runs them on 2.5". So if you're willing to re-gear and weld on your axle then go for it!

Edit: 53's



Whoa Trigger!! What psi on those do you air down to, 200? Lol!


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