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post #1 of 5 Old 07-08-2010, 11:49 AM Thread Starter
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98' tj 4" SL, 35x12.5 bfg A/T's

just fitted some 35" tires on my wrangler wanted to know how much i should add to my bump stops before i rub? the rims are 15x10 with a 4.5 backspace and ive also added 1.25" wheel spacers... this baby has one mean stance any help or mods u can reffer to me would be GREAT ill post a pic soon


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post #2 of 5 Old 07-08-2010, 11:53 AM
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can some 1 help me on how to post pics?
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take the springs out, attempt to set the jeep down on the bumpstops. measure the distance from the bumpstop CUP RIM to the spring pad. whatever that distance = the bumpstop you need to prevent shocks from bottoming out. now mount the tire on the hub and check for fender interference. where ever the tire hits the steel fender, thats how much bumpstop you need for tires. take the greater of the two and you're done.

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wow!!! thank you thats ingenious i never thought about doing it that way at all holy crap!! if i could buy u case a beer right now man thanks alot unlimited 04!!! u just blew my mind damn i learn somthin cool everyday from this forum
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