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Unread 12-20-2009, 12:11 PM   #1
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Unread 12-20-2009, 02:18 PM   #2
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I have the soft 8's with 4" backspace..33's w/4" lift and have no rubbing at all. my tires stick out about 1inch or so past stock flares...
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[QUOTE=ziebartrob;8192765]I find that if you stick it in from a left or right angle instead of straight down it works no problem.:p[/QUOTE]
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I certainly dont see why I couldn't go with the 4.75's..that would put the tires another 3/4 of an inch out though..
that is incorrect... going to 4.75 from 4.0 would be 3/4" inward.




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my bad, thats what i get for posting after 12hrs of workin in the emergency room. I am pretty close to maxin out all clearances with the 4" backspace, im gonna say no to the 4.75.. but like any jeep, cant be sure til ya try...
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[QUOTE=ziebartrob;8192765]I find that if you stick it in from a left or right angle instead of straight down it works no problem.:p[/QUOTE]
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Unread 12-21-2009, 09:57 AM   #8
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her's a pic of my YJ, 3" lift, and 33x12.5 tires on 15x8 wheels with 4" of back spacing.
I had the flares off for painting, and the edge of the tub lines up almost perfectly with the center of the tire.
Also, I get a little bit of rubbing on the front springs when the steering is turned all the way in either direction.
I could adjust the steering stops, but it's not that bad, so I just live with it.
you could go with less backspace to eliminate the rubbing, but that will also make the tires stick out even more.
anyway, here's a pic,
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well, I really don't know how far they would stick out with stock flares. I have 6" TJ flares, and they sit just about even with the edge of the tire.
here's a pic,
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When your flares are on the Jeep (assuming they're stock flares), how far beyond the flares do they stick out?
perhaps this picture may help, the rims have 4" of backspacing and they are 33x12.50x15 and stock flares...



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