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Hi,

I have a 2014 JKUR. I'm getting a Teraflex 2.5" lift installed next weekend. I have a choice between two tires, on the stock Rubicon wheels:

BF Goodrich K02 34x10.5
BF Goodrich K02 35x12.5

I have SpiderTrax 1.5" spacers.

I know the 34x10.5 will fit. My question is, will the 35x12.5's fit without rubbing? I'm keeping my stock fenders until next summer.

Thanks,
Gerald
 

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Hi,

I have a 2014 JKUR. I'm getting a Teraflex 2.5" lift installed next weekend. I have a choice between two tires, on the stock Rubicon wheels:

BF Goodrich K02 34x10.5
BF Goodrich K02 35x12.5

I have SpiderTrax 1.5" spacers.

I know the 34x10.5 will fit. My question is, will the 35x12.5's fit without rubbing? I'm keeping my stock fenders until next summer.

Thanks,
Gerald
The Teraflex 2.5 is bump stopped specifically for 35x12.5 tires. You shouldn't have any rubbing issues. You might have trouble getting those tires mounted on factory wheels though. The wheels are narrower than the tire mfg minimum approved width.

If you are set on KO2's, consider the 315/70-17 C rated KO2. Otherwise, you can check out some of the 285/75-17's out there, that's a 34.5x11 and much larger than the 34x10.5.
 

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The 315 / 70 - 17 KO2's in a C load rating are cheaper as well. I have seen them for as little as $200 each.


After all the discounts I paid 165/tire. In theory I have a 70.00 giftcard coming. Then discount hit me with 150 to install all 5. (I really need a tire machine).


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