Join Date: Jul 2008
Location: Northern California
X2 on Bill's advice of a 15" rim. I run 32" Cooper tires and love them but keep in mind 32" size is getting harder to find throughout all product lines and manufacturers. 33" tires probably look better with a 4" lift and are much more readily available. Also, if you swap gears in the rear you will have to swap to the same size in the front.
And here is a plug for Cooper tires, they are made here in the U.S.A.! Cooper also manufacturers Pro Comps, Mickey Thompson, Dick Cepaks...
1985 CJ-7, fuel injected 258, 2.5" Rubicon Express Extreme Duty Lift, 1" Body lift, Crabtree Shackle Hangers, T-5, Dana 300 w/ 4:1 Teralow kit, Dana 30, AMC 20 w/1 piece axle, 3.73 's with Detroit Truetrac front and rear, riding on 32x11.5x15" Cooper Discoverer STT mud terrains