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Unread 01-23-2013, 04:32 AM   #1
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99 XJ ideas

I have a 99 XJ and Im saving up to put a 4.5 lift and i wanna put 33's on it after i cut into the fender a bit .. I've been looking around at a lot of tires and i don't know which ones i want and I've also been looking for rims and i don't know if they would look good on my XJ .. Let me know what kind of wheels you have you i can get come ideas

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Unread 01-23-2013, 09:20 AM   #2
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For reference, here is my old 99, 4.5" lift on 33"KM2s/15x8 Cragar Soft 8's. Front fenders trimmed and lined with rubber pipe insulation and stock rear flares.


Try searching though, plenty of people running this kind of setup.
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Unread 01-23-2013, 09:33 AM   #3
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What kind of driving are you gonna be doing? A lot of wheelin or a little and mainly used on road? Trails, mud, rocks? This information would help with suggestions as to what kind of tires. For 33s you'll probably want to look into regearing and at 4.5 inches there's gonna be quite a bit more work as far as driveline angles, sye, adjustable track bar, etc.
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Unread 01-23-2013, 05:23 PM   #4
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For reference, here is my old 99, 4.5" lift on 33"KM2s/15x8 Cragar Soft 8's. Front fenders trimmed and lined with rubber pipe insulation and stock rear flares.

Try searching though, plenty of people running this kind of setup.
I have looked at so many .. And I've looked at other years too and that looks good

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What kind of driving are you gonna be doing? A lot of wheelin or a little and mainly used on road? Trails, mud, rocks? This information would help with suggestions as to what kind of tires. For 33s you'll probably want to look into regearing and at 4.5 inches there's gonna be quite a bit more work as far as driveline angles, sye, adjustable track bar, etc.
Im gonna do a lot of wheeling any chance i get LOL i love wheeling .. Mostly trails and mud
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