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post #16 of 89 Old 03-04-2013, 08:21 AM
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im content with my 33s no bump stops

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show me pics of your 35's on your TJ



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(actually measure) 35" pitbulls with 3" front and 2ish" rear

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post #20 of 89 Old 03-04-2013, 07:49 PM
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makes sense. every thread i see just makes memthink its not a good idea. 33s maybe a nice compromise.
?...ive had these 35s and they are 20,000 mles old on roads...still going strong...you want them ...get hem

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post #21 of 89 Old 03-04-2013, 08:52 PM
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Daily driver RE 4.5" lift 35x12.5.



I have warn 6" flares but stock flares work fine too.
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Also consider the fact that you will probably have to re gear to avoid getting 2 gallons to the mile.

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2inch lift with 35's

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post #25 of 89 Old 03-05-2013, 07:56 AM
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3", 1.25" BL, 35's

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post #26 of 89 Old 03-06-2013, 12:25 AM
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3", 1.25" BL, 35's

You have the set-up I have been considering, DO you get any rubbing at full flex, also whos fenders are you running

BTW nice wrangler

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You have the set-up I have been considering, DO you get any rubbing at full flex, also whos fenders are you running

BTW nice wrangler
Thank You. I set my bumpstops to prevent any rubbing.
Fenders are MCE Flatties Gen II w/3" flare.

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Daily driver RE 4.5" lift 35x12.5.



I have warn 6" flares but stock flares work fine too.
That is an amazing looking TJ my dream daily driver!

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post #29 of 89 Old 03-06-2013, 01:14 PM
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That is an amazing looking TJ my dream daily driver!
Thanks man. Only complaint I have is the gas mileage. I get roughly 10-12 mpg mixed city/hwy. This is in colorado so I'm sure I'd get better if I was somewhere flat.
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Boom !!

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