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RE Superflex 4.5" with 35s

Anyone running RE Superflex 4.5" with 35s no BL?
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My Jeep with a 4.5 RE SF and no BL.

Here's My Jeep with a 4.5 RE SF lift. It has no body lift and I'm running a 315/75/R16 tire. The tire measures around 34.8" in whats considered to be 35" tire for the 16" rims. I may consider doing a body lift down the road.If anyone has an opinion,Id love to hear it.
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Anyone running RE Superflex 4.5" with 35s no BL?
Let's see what it looks like...
you may decide to go with a BL since several bellyup skid plates require them. if your worried about height then go "3.5+"1BL. and for referance my
"4.5sf, "1bl
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