Please specify tire size and lift height. Really having a hard time visualizing the difference and the tiny pics on the profiles are brutal....It's a good chance to show off to a rookie
I was in the same dilemma as you. My 2013 rubicon had the stock 32.1 tires on it. So I went with the 285/70/17 Duratracs. They didn't affect my speedometer at all. . Tire shop said they were same height mounted as the stock ones but just wider. So they traded me out of those into the mt/r. Very happy and now I have enough ground clearance for what I use my jeep for. . Trails and some rock crawling. . Fun funThanks for the pictures. I am currently undecided between 33 or 35's as well as height concern. This thread will help.
When you go any taller than 3" of lift you run in other money expenses. Exhaust spacers or a new driveshaft, longer brake lines and control arms.I strongly considered the same tire size as you, but Sahara's rims run a inch taller. Should i go with 3.5" lift to have the same looks as yours?
I can only surmise from this post that you don't do much more than light trail riding.Actual difference in what the Jeep can do (or Not do) for 98% of the drivers?
That's cool. Nothing personal matter of opinion. You do live in a completely different place than I do.I can only surmise from this post that you don't do much more than light trail riding.
Going from 33's to 35's makes a lot more difference on serious trails than you think regardless of the skill of the driver.