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Hi,

I am 5 days into my Jeep experience and I love it.... I am looking to get new tires. On a 2016 sport unlimited (JK), what is the largest size tires i can get with out having to do any work under the body.

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33's with stock fenders, 35's if you trim your fenders. It is possible to run 37's on stock setup but I'd hesitate to do that. Are you planning on keeping the stock wheels? If so you will need spacers for the larger tires.

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33's with stock fenders, 35's if you trim your fenders. It is possible to run 37's on stock setup but I'd hesitate to do that. Are you planning on keeping the stock wheels? If so you will need spacers for the larger tires.

Jeremy
yes, i will keep stock rims as i can not afford new ones yet. Plus it's a lease so i don't want to go overboard bc i have to return it back in it's original form.

what do spacers do? make the wheels look wider and come out more?

thank you for you help
 

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To go any larger than 33s will require "under body" work of various types.
 

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If I go with 33's on stock rims, how wide can I go? Also what size spacers do I need
Which wheels are you getting?

If you get the stockietty-stockest 16" wheels, 255/85-16s will fit with absolutely no mods.
https://www.treaddepot.com/#!productDetail/tireStandardFitment/90000003080
https://www.treaddepot.com/#!productDetail/tireStandardFitment/90000019869
https://www.treaddepot.com/#!productDetail/tireStandardFitment/360460
https://www.treaddepot.com/#!productDetail/tireStandardFitment/360460

If you get the S package with the upgraded 17" wheels, 255/88-17s will fit with absolutely no mods.
https://www.treaddepot.com/#!productDetail/tireStandardFitment/90000019974
https://www.treaddepot.com/#!productDetail/tireStandardFitment/B35737

Having run them all I'd recommend the ST-Maxx. Great all around tire.
 
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