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Tires on 4.5" Lift
I Have a 99 XJ. im putting the lift on in about a week. it has stock rims(17") and tires, but if i lift it woueld it need to have larger tires? or can i get away with it for a few weeks till i get new rims & tires???
You could get away with it but make sure your tires are balanced and you have it aligned properly to avoid the dreaded death wobble.
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If you run it with the stock tires, post up some pics for us to enjoy.
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