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post #1 of 14 Old 06-29-2008, 04:59 AM Thread Starter
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Looking for some pictures of low (stock to 2" of lift) running 33"+ tires. Just trying to get some ideas and see what its going to take for my build up. Planning on running 34" tires on stock suspension.


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post #2 of 14 Old 06-29-2008, 10:54 AM
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You'll get major rubbing with no lift
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plan on trimming and bump stops

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yup thats what I'm going to do most likely (either that or plasma)

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nothing? Any trimmed wranglers?

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I had to trim to flex enough with 31's on a short lift




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looks like you have load of room from that first pic. Do you have any from the side (not flexed out) just to get an idea of how much room is there.

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I watched that entire build up, an amazing rig (but way beyond my skill level for even attempting anything close to it)

and for all those saying 34s are impossible (on a mild build with no lift)

this is from that thread, no fenders, stock everything and 37s


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looks like you have load of room from that first pic. Do you have any from the side (not flexed out) just to get an idea of how much room is there.
Sure do, here's a link to the suspension build. Pics before and after and with 31's and 33's. The before is with a badly sagged 2" Rancho lift and lift shackles on the front to make up for the crap springs. The after is 5 1/2" - 6" total on a SOA/SUA combo lift.

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that thing is epic!!! i wish i had the expertise to do that! nice work

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it must be nice to have money haha

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