post #16 of Old 06-04-2013, 08:21 PM
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Why not upgrade your wheels too? 235/60R18 look good on Jeep Liberty OEM 18x7 wheels?

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post #17 of Old 06-11-2013, 06:53 PM Thread Starter
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So do I have the right assumption that 245/70R16 will fit with no lift? No rubbing?

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post #19 of Old 06-11-2013, 07:15 PM Thread Starter
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Read both of those. Not that I doubt you, obviously your running it with no issue. Makes me very nervous on how close they are to your fenders. Plus I am looking into dunlop fierce attitude M/T which I think may be a ill more aggressive than the BFG's. I worry that I may run into problem there.

Believe me, I would love to run a 245/75R16 so when I do my lift I will bee all set, but to many posts lead info otherwise.

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2 KC Slimlite[RIGHT] 130 Watt Long Range on JK Bar
TMS Aluminum Roof Rack Cross Bars
Cobra 75, Firestik Door Jam Mount, HD Spring, 2Ft Firestik
Dunlop Fierce Attitude M/T
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post #20 of Old 06-11-2013, 07:43 PM
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Read both of those. Not that I doubt you, obviously your running it with no issue. Makes me very nervous on how close they are to your fenders. Plus I am looking into dunlop fierce attitude M/T which I think may be a ill more aggressive than the BFG's. I worry that I may run into problem there.

Believe me, I would love to run a 245/75R16 so when I do my lift I will bee all set, but to many posts lead info otherwise.
Past three months I have been going off roading with this Jeep. Covered it head to toe in mud, have to get winched out each time I go. I've been going all out recently and go where only lifted Jeeps and pick-ups are the majority.

I've got another car now so I drive my liberty like I stole it.

I still wont lift it, because I like the look of less exposed wheel wells.

I haven't noticed any wheel rub yet.

But, then again its up to you. Better safe than sorry, It would suck to get those tires and notice rubbing.
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