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post #61 of 163 Old 03-03-2011, 09:17 AM
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Yeah im not trimming though and cant afford adjustable control arms to push the axle back.

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post #62 of 163 Old 03-03-2011, 09:28 AM
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Yeah im not trimming though and cant afford adjustable control arms to push the axle back.
Your not going to want to push the axle back, if you push the axle back your going to make contact with the rear of the tub when you flex.

Fitting 35's under the jeep isn't an issue, fitting them and having up travel is the issue.

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post #63 of 163 Old 03-03-2011, 09:43 AM
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97 tJ customized RockKrawler LA setup 4" lift 1" BL 35" Goodyear MTRs with Kevlar. need to adust the bumpstops as I do rub at full flex...





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4" with 35s

it is now stock though.



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post #65 of 163 Old 03-03-2011, 10:13 AM
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mksracing...i've got the exact same setup as you and am going from 33's to 35's real soon. Any issues with rubbing? Did you have the stock fenders on with 35's and rubbed...which is why you put the xenon's on?? Any info on how your jeep is set up to accomodate the 35's is greatly appreciated. I understand the RESF4.5 kit needs extended bump stops (size??) to allow 35's to clear...did you also install those? Thanks in advance.
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Yeah im not trimming though and cant afford adjustable control arms to push the axle back.
Then your options are limited my friend. Either 35's aren't the tire for you or you are going to have to modify your game plan.

If you don't have the cabbage to get adjustable control arms, you don't have the funds to run 35's safely. Steering, brakes and gearing are a much larger priority than fitment.
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post #67 of 163 Old 03-05-2011, 09:04 PM
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Going back to 33's pretty soon.

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post #68 of 163 Old 03-05-2011, 09:26 PM
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Then your options are limited my friend. Either 35's aren't the tire for you or you are going to have to modify your game plan.

If you don't have the cabbage to get adjustable control arms, you don't have the funds to run 35's safely. Steering, brakes and gearing are a much larger priority than fitment.
Not safe without adjustable control arms? I've been running that way for over a year on 35's. There on my " To Do" list but one thing at a time. Having the strength and adjustability is the way to go by far keeping everything correct but I don't see it unsafe to go without until it they can be bought. I'll be the first to say the stock arms suck and are weak but for a DD on 35's there ok. Now having upgraded steering and braking with larger tires I agree with 100%. Gearing just makes life much eaiser and more fun on/off road. That was the best $ I ever spent by far.

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im running a 3 year old pro comp 4 inch and 35 inch km2's, unfortunately i had previously bought some smittybilt 6 inch pocket flares when i was running 33's and they killed clearance for the 35's, its on my spring to do list along with a small body lift but here ya go

if i remember i can get a better shot of the wheel wells and by the way, if i even flex a tiny bit im about to rip the flares off but thats the bad design of the flares

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Going back to 33's pretty soon.
Why?
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x2...why?
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post #75 of 163 Old 03-07-2011, 12:52 PM
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I'm going back to 33's for several reasons. The first is I will be graduating college in May and moving to downtown Atlanta. The jeep will only be seeing paved roads for a while so 33's will still look good but I'll get my power and milage back considering my stock 4.10's. Also 33's will be cheaper. On top of all of this, I plan to be poor for at least the next year and half considering the job market and the field of work I have chosen.

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