post #1 of Old 07-20-2010, 04:56 PM Thread Starter
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35" KM2 0n stock 17" Moab-Spare mount

OK guys I need a little help here.Can I temporially mount a 35/12.50R/17
BFG KM2 to the spare tire mount on a stock 17" Moab rim.Thanks in advance for your help.

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post #2 of Old 07-20-2010, 05:17 PM
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yes but you will need an extender... Please search next time.
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yes but you will need an extender... Please search next time.
Military, I'm searching right NOW! Are you talking about using a spacer?
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An 1" or 1" wheel spacer will work or you can get an extension from R.C. or some of the other companys.
If you want a single spacer you'll have to buy two.
I have a set that I'm not using, If you want just one send a PM I'll make you a good deal.
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And I have the extender that will do the same
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Hey guys thanks,I'll let you all know what I'm going to do after I get them mounted tommorrow.Again Thanks.
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I have mine mounted with no spacer. The 3rd Brake light is bent a little bit. But I have been running it for approx. 5 months with no issue.
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I have a 35 mounted without any extra hardware. Sits perfectly snug in the stock Rubicon rear bumper cutout.
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Depends on the tire and rim combo.

You can buy a spacer to push it out, or an extender, etc...

You might also want to consider some extended tire stops (the round rubber things on the tailgate). Daystar makes those.
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