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Hi All,
I’m think I’m going with a 4” lift w/F & R disco’s on my 2000 TJ, I have run 33 on other with same lift
But I’m thinking about 32” or 31” tire on this one, maybe a 15-11.50. Could I get some pic’s of others running this size with 4”off lift? Also any idea’s on make of tire & wheel size / set back, or pros/cons.
I wouldn’t think they would look to small with a 4” lift, but I might be wrong. I don’t see many running this set up. Any pic’s or advice is appreciated
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when i bought my jeep it had a 4" lift and 35" tires. there's a pic in my gallery. i put 31's on it for winter (no pic uploaded yet). i really don't think it looks to bad at all. with the 35's it seems like it doesn't have much room for suspension travel.

the website zpoohz posted looks pretty nice. my opinion 33's look the best on a jeep with a 4" lift. but i see no problem with the look of 31's
 

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I agree 33’s look better, but I was just thinking @ some more room when climbing in tighter spots & bigger rocks, but while running disco’s I guess it won’t matter much.
Also for second set of tires for road. Thanks for all your input……..
 

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4" suspension; 1" BL on 33s below.

The tube fenders really open up the wheel wells and makes the tires look smaller than they are. So a 4" lift on 31s with stock flares would look something akin to this:



It's not a bad look with the tube fenders, but if it looked something like that with the stock fender over-hang it wouldn't look right.
 

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Heres about a 3.75" suspension lift with 1.25" body lift on 32x11.5's



I just ordered new flat front fenders with some flat flare rears so it'll look a bit different in a couple weeks...i'll be doing 33's when these 32's are shot
 

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Here is my 33s on a 4.5" lift. getting ready for some 35s.
 

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34" Super Swamper LTB

Here I am sitting on a 3" lift running a 34x10.5x15 tire. You will rub a little if you really tweak the axles. I am going to be putting a 3" body lift in soon. But other than that, I love 'em and can't complain. You will need to re-gear if you go any bigger than a 31. :punk:

"the GRINCH" Portage, IN
 

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Here is mine with a 4" Pro Comp lift with 35's... I used to have 32's on it, but the 35's fit without any rubbing.
Great jeeps everyone! This channel is what I've =been looking for. Can you please tell me the rim size that is 15", 16", or 17". I bought a 2006 TJ Rubicon and it already had a Metalcloak 6" lift with 37" beedlocks. My other half is asking me to lower it. I have an appointment with Cloakworks on Monday to have the 6" springs replaced with 4.5 springs to lower it. I guess that is as low it will go with their long arm kit. I was thinking of going with 32" BFG KO2's but was looking for help on rim sizes.

Anyone else fill free to chem in on other images in this channel.

Thanks for the advice.

My jeep:
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Great jeeps everyone! This channel is what I've =been looking for. Can you please tell me the rim size that is 15", 16", or 17". I bought a 2006 TJ Rubicon and it already had a Metalcloak 6" lift with 37" beedlocks. My other half is asking me to lower it. I have an appointment with Cloakworks on Monday to have the 6" springs replaced with 4.5 springs to lower it. I guess that is as low it will go with their long arm kit. I was thinking of going with 32" BFG KO2's but was looking for help on rim sizes.

Anyone else fill free to chem in on other images in this channel.

Thanks for the advice.

My jeep:
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