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post #16 of 40 Old 12-15-2011, 03:25 PM
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Google..... http://www.jeepfan.com/tech/what-tires-fit/


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post #17 of 40 Old 02-03-2013, 05:53 PM
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hey guys. im new to the forum and i was just wondering, whats the biggest lift i can put on my 98 tj without changing any gearing or anything major like that. thanks.
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hey guys. im new to the forum and i was just wondering, whats the biggest lift i can put on my 98 tj without changing any gearing or anything major like that. thanks.
Google does wonders. Lift kits don't affect your gearing, tires do.

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My buddy has 32's but rubs on stock finders. If you want 32's on stock suspension get after market flares.
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hey guys. im new to the forum and i was just wondering, whats the biggest lift i can put on my 98 tj without changing any gearing or anything major like that. thanks.
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Can't someone just say 31s and move on? Oops i just did.

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Can't someone just say 31s and move on? Oops i just did.
There were a few that mentioned 31's being the proper limit. Unfortunately there are usually fewer that will listen.

I will state for the record that if you have a hard time paying for the tires then you won't be able to afford the extra's they require. I am not even talking about the upgrades to fit them either as gas is not so cheap these days.

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I like the arms, they are a good solution, but they really aren't worth the effort for the average person and you already see the BS that goes on over bushings VS JJ's, the crap that would go on over J arms would be epic.
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hey guys. im new to the forum and i was just wondering, whats the biggest lift i can put on my 98 tj without changing any gearing or anything major like that. thanks.
2in lift and 31s.

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This thread was revived from a year ago.. but asking a different question. No sense in posting about the original topic.

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2in lift and 31s.
Not true. You can put a 7" lift and 31s.

I don't even own a jeep anymore
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This thread was revived from a year ago.. but asking a different question. No sense in posting about the original topic.
That is a very good point lol. I might have caught that if I was on a PC. You are right though a two in suspension lift and a one inch body lift is aoutabout the cheapest way you can go.

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Stock sahara on 32s no rubbing on the street.
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Stock sahara on 32s no rubbing on the street.
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post #29 of 40 Old 02-04-2013, 12:06 AM
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I rubbed the paint off the spring perches disco'd with 31x10.5 on my stock '06 SE. I seem to be one of the only people that has experienced that on this forum. 31x10.5 definitely did not fit. 31x9.5, if anybody makes it, would be fine regardless of factory wheels

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post #30 of 40 Old 02-04-2013, 08:51 AM
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Early Sahara TJ's had painted flares? That 99 (above) is the first one I've seen.

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