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Another thing to consider is how tall a particular brand's tire is. My friend's CJ has 35's on it that are barely 34's.
My old 33's only were 31's in reality, but my new MT Baja MTZ's are supposed to be 32.9". Sitting uninflated next to the old ones inflated, the MTZ's are significantly taller.
So make sure your tire is really what it says it is....just because it says 33.12.50 on the side doesn't mean it's really that size.
Goes for car tires, too. I remember my old Trans Am..I used to burn the rears off on a regular basis. My dad owned a body shop/tire store, so I just kept used take-offs on the rear. I used 275/60/15's, and there was a drastic difference in the size depending on manufacturer. I had one set that actually rubbed, and another that barely filled the wheelwell up.
I'm running 36" Iroks (36.9") with 4" lift and TJ flares. I do however rub a little.
'84 CJ-7 Junkyard TBI 360/T18/D300, 4" 4WDH Lift, D44 front with ARB and HS/D44 Rear w/ Detroit, 4.56s, 36" Iroks, TFI, TJ flares, Homemade rocker guards and bumpers with swing out, Optima Yellow Top, M8000, York OBA, 6pt cage
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