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WanglerMan 04-12-2012 06:07 PM

Stock 95 YJ lookin for answers
I just bought a 95 YJ, completely stock. I'm looking at getting the 4" RC lift and am trying to figure out if i can run 32x11.50's on my stock rims which are 15x8. also, if i'm going to need to get wheel spacers to keep from rubbing, i'll most likely use this jeep on-road and light off-road (not much flexing)


pete1991YJ 04-12-2012 07:16 PM

You should be OK like that. I don't think you'll need the wheel spacers much but that would be a personal choice and opinion. Far as the lift goes, a 4" lift will clear 33's easy. You could probably get away with a 2-1/2 lift instead and save some $$$ that way. Especially if you went with say a set of 5/8 boom shackles.

WanglerMan 04-12-2012 07:24 PM

Thanks for the input, but the 2.5" and 4" are the same price from Rough Country. I was just gonna go with 32's to save some $. I just didn't know if the 11.50's would fit on the 8" rim. But I'll definitely look into the 2.5 and shackles!

lutzke21 04-12-2012 07:26 PM

My concern is the stock wheel backspace may set your tires into the springs on full steering lock and you'll likely rub at full suspension stuff (or less).

WanglerMan 04-12-2012 07:32 PM

That's my concern too, but I doubt I'll be doing much off-roading requiring to be at full steering. Mostly road driving. I have a Toyota I take off-road. Thanks for the help though!

lutzke21 04-12-2012 07:45 PM

One u-turn and you'll be reconsidering... Jeeps have a great turning radius.

WanglerMan 04-12-2012 07:49 PM

True..I didn't consider that. I guess I'll just see what happens to see if I'll need to get wheel spacers or not. I'm just trying to save some money by using the stock rims for now.

idskot 04-12-2012 07:49 PM


Originally Posted by lutzke21 (Post 13402317)
One u-turn and you'll be reconsidering... Jeeps have a great turning radius.

I can't believe it. I often forget when doing a u-torn and I have to quick stop turning so my back tire doesn't hit the median. :2thumbsup:

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