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Unread 08-09-2001, 11:25 PM   #1
NickMG
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fitting 33's

hi i just bought a 3 inch body lift and am looking into buying 33 inch tires. i am looking at the pro-comps. My question is that i know i can clear the 33's but how much fender room will i have. i want my jeep to have a bold stance and not have that look of the tires in the fenders. thanx

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