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post #1 of 15 Old 07-12-2013, 06:34 PM Thread Starter
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35's on stock 2dr JK will fit right ??

Just making sure....35s will fit on a stock jk or will i need spacers ?

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post #2 of 15 Old 07-12-2013, 06:51 PM
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no.. no they will not
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post #3 of 15 Old 07-12-2013, 06:54 PM
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spacers, or off set wheels, and no fenders

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There are ways to make them fit for cheap, but completely stock, no way.

Add some bumpstop extensions, or trim your fenders, or get a budget boost. Just a few cheap ways to make 35's fit.

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you going to bump out 3 inches of travel? do that and you will be riding on the bumps.


or remove the plastic fenders and 1.5 spacers or no way.

You could get the metal C. high fenders but those will set you back 1K+ but no lift, still must have spacers.

You have at least 3:73 gears?


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315 70 17 stock just 4.5" backspace cragars 17x8. No rubbing lock to lock turning. Its fine on the road. Offroad dont even think about it. If i hit a ditch or driveway really hard it will rub.
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you going to bump out 3 inches of travel? do that and you will be riding on the bumps.

or remove the plastic fenders and 1.5 spacers or no way.

You could get the metal C. high fenders but those will set you back 1K+ but no lift, still must have spacers.

You have at least 3:73 gears?
32's to 35's is only 1.5" of travel. Not the best idea, but it can be done. Off road performance will suffer, but it will "probably" ride like stock on the street.

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no.. no they will not
They absolutely will fit, you can run 37's with flat fenders and no lift.

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With stock fenders, 35's might fit, but will rub hard over any bump or ditch. I put 35's on my Jeep with a 2.5" RC budget boost, and they still rubbed going through ditches. Replaced the lift with a RK 2.5" and problem solved.

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Righto.....im think of just going 2.5' lift and some spacers....untill i save for some dominant suspension. Also im trimming my guards and removing the lining underneath. So hopefully all that will safice. Thanks guys ! Great help ! Much love, JK love
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315 70 17 stock just 4.5" backspace cragars 17x8. No rubbing lock to lock turning. Its fine on the road. Offroad dont even think about it. If i hit a ditch or driveway really hard it will rub.
Yeah man ive got a silver 2dr also, yours looks sick man ! Im just blacking out most of the little details then the stock rims untill i get more money for nicer rims !
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You may need to trim the sheet metal on the rear pinch seam in the wheel well.



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You may need to trim the sheet metal on the rear pinch seam in the wheel well.
Ohh yeah ok! Ill have a look at that, never heard of this before ! Sweet as !
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315 70 17 stock just 4.5" backspace cragars 17x8. No rubbing lock to lock turning. Its fine on the road. Offroad dont even think about it. If i hit a ditch or driveway really hard it will rub.
I have the same set-up on my 2-door, but with a 2.5" lift and I rub when backing up if I turn the wheels too far in either direction. You must have the factory "no rubbing" package! Hahaha.
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Yeah i plan on getting a 2.5" coil lift soon. I had my last day of work at a Tires Plus so i figure id take advantage of my 50% off discount. I got the 315s and just for fun decided to test fit and they cleared.

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