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post #1 of 16 Old 01-09-2014, 05:40 PM Thread Starter
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Tj's on 33's with hi-line fenders and 4" total lift

Want to get some hi-lines but I don't want a crazy amount of space between the tire and fenders. Yes I want some for flex, no I don't want any breathing room though. Haha

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post #2 of 16 Old 01-09-2014, 05:43 PM
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For your reference, I'm running high line fenders, ~3" of lift and 37s. I have miles of room and could clear a 40 in the front. The rear is a different story. But the 37s still for just right. 33s are a smallish tire for 4" lift with stock fenders.
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For your reference, I'm running high line fenders, ~3" of lift and 37s. I have miles of room and could clear a 40 in the front. The rear is a different story. But the 37s still for just right. 33s are a smallish tire for 4" lift with stock fenders.
what manufacturer are those fenders?
My jeep has a 3" suspension and a 1.25" body lift.. Stock fenders, with trimmed flares.. And it looks like this.. Name:  image-399548605.jpg
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This is mostly stuffed. At this point my track bar bracket and drag link are close to the frame and need to be limited so stuff doesn't get ruined
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post #7 of 16 Old 01-10-2014, 08:04 AM Thread Starter
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This is mostly stuffed. At this point my track bar bracket and drag link are close to the frame and need to be limited so stuff doesn't get ruined
Okay, that looks awesome.

I may need less lift then.. Hmm.. Or bigger tires. But front that.. Axles and so on.. Lol

I think it'll look fine for the time being I guess.

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post #9 of 16 Old 01-10-2014, 12:08 PM
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Here is my jeep on 35s 4" total lift 3" suspension 1" body. With hi lines and 12" travel shocks on all 4 corners. They are home made by the previous owner. The 35" tire will travel all the up into the fender.
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Flexed most of the way.
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I had 33's with my hilines for a couple weeks before I got 35's. Had BDS 2" with a 3/4" spacer to compensate for winch and 1.25" BL. A lot of gap...










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I had 33's with my hilines for a couple weeks before I got 35's. Had BDS 2" with a 3/4" spacer to compensate for winch and 1.25" BL. A lot of gap...
who makes those fenders they look good
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Sweet, thanks for all the replies! Yea, I'm going to have to get 35's soon. awesome. Nice looking jeeps!

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Sweet, thanks for all the replies! Yea, I'm going to have to get 35's soon. awesome. Nice looking jeeps!
But the point of the highline fenders is to run as big of a tire as you can, with as little lift as possible. Just run 33"s with a 2" lift and highlines. Coil springs are cheaper than all the upgrades needed for 35"s. Thats my 2 cents.
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