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I plan on running a 4" suspension lift with a 1" body lift on a 94 yj. Can I run 35" tires with that setup and not rub. 80% of the driving will be on the street. But be leave me I will be playing in the woods. I'm looking to run M/T 15X10 rims with 35X12.5 tires. Can I get away with this. If any of this is wrong please let me know. I'm new in the Jeep world. But I'm loving every minute of it. Also I can buy longer shackles if I need to. I don't want to rub.

The Jeep is a 4.0 with a 5 speed. Don"t know the gears yet. I can tell you it runs 2,000rpm at 70-75mph. I'm thinking somewhere around 3.70. I'm not sure what Jeep used for gearing yet.
 

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Yup, with the 10" rims you should be good, now the off road clearance may not be as good, youll hit your fenders/body during extreme flex. 35's work best with an axle flip and 1" shackles.which is 6.5" of lift.. I have the same amount of lift as you and am only going 33s on 8" and -30 or-40 offset wheels for flex clearance of road/climbing..
 

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Thanks for the response. I have no problem running 33" tires. I was going 35's if the setup worked. This is just a weekend ride I'm building over the winter. The jeeps in unbelievable shape. No rot at all. Sense I live in Mass I have all winter to do a frame up rebuild.
 

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Hey, ive been watchin your build and just wanted ta give ya an update here too. My buddy keeps havin drive train probs with his 35s.. Been through a few Ujoints..we just put a new joint in the slip yoke driveshaft. Be sure to beef up those if ya plan on goin big. Cant wait ta see yur Jeep done man!
 
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