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So newbie question here. I have a 98 jeep wrangler on 35in tires. It's not lifted. Would spacers work to prevent the rubbing when I make sharp turns? And if so what kind are good?
 

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Yes they would move the tire out lessening the chance of rubbing.

I'd recommend Spidertrax. What ever you get make sure they're hub-centric.
 

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So just looked on 4wheelparts.com. And they are sold as a set. I would need two sets right? One for the front and one for the back correct?
 

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How do you have 35's on a 98 without ripping your fenders or flares up? Especially with zero lift? If it just rubs a little, washers on steering stops would work... I have a 2.5 inch lift and wouldn't even consider 35's. 32's are the biggest I would run.
 

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35s with no lift???? And nothing is cut? I recommend taking the money you would spend on spacers and getting a lift but yes spacers COULD stop SOME rubbing
 

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This won't help this thread much....but I measured some 35" Swampers once that were worn down to 40-50%. They measured out to be 33".
 
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