if it was like it was before i think the 35" km2s are less than the 33s. run a 1" bl and some 35s. If you have a 5 spd i wouldn't worry about brakes until you get the money. I stopped my 35s fine in my tj and downshifting helps a lot.
Don't forget, gears are just as important as lift and tire size. running stock gears with 35's is gonna be hell. I know, I drove with 3.07's and 35's for 6 months. no fun. 4.88's with a 5spd are ideal.
United States Air Force F-15E Strike Eagle Crew Chief
What size tires is everyone running with a 4" suspension lift? Any suggestions on tires with good street wear?
Back in the day, I ran 4" of lift with 33" Kumho MTs (wore great)
then I ran 35" Pro Crap Mts. (they were noisy and wore out real fast)
The 35's fit fine on mine... just make sure your bumpstops are set correctly with whatever setup you choose to go with
2014 JKU Sport - Wife's Mall Crawler on 35s. Badlands Winch, 2" Coil Spacers, 1" PA BL
1999 F250 7.3 - 290K Miles and Counting "I am not going to censor myself to comfort your ignorance."
My recommendation for a tire is the Mickey Thompson MTZ's. Could not be happier. Have siping, the KM2's don't, at least the one I had didn't. The Mtz's are quieter in my application also. I went with 285/75/16's (33's) on RE 3.5" springs.