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post #1 of 19 Old 07-07-2013, 08:20 PM Thread Starter
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Does anyone know the size of the these BFGs?

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Does anyone know the size of these tires?

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post #2 of 19 Old 07-07-2013, 08:23 PM
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Ummmm. Weird post.

I'd say 275/70/17. They look narrow. 265/75/17?

Again. Really weird post. If you can't tell we'd only be guessing.

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I figured it's a popular vehicle by AEV and someone would know
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post #4 of 19 Old 07-07-2013, 09:51 PM
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AEV rigs usually have 35 or 37".

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It appears to be their 3.5" lift with 315-70 -17 BFG all terrain ko's.
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I'm going with 37's.

They look about the same size as these:

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35s My dad has the same ones on his Raptor on 17" wheels. Looks exactly the same.
Could be 37s, but I'm pretty sure its 35s.

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I looked up jeep jk with 37x12.5x17


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It has 35x12.50s on it. AEV doesn't ship 37" all terrains unless you specifically request them at time of build.

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I'm going with post #2, and my guess is that it's the JK from here.

http://www.aev-conversions.com/galle...ngler-gallery#

2nd row, 4th photo. In which case, they are 35s.
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I'm going with post #2, and my guess is that it's the JK from here.

http://www.aev-conversions.com/galle...ngler-gallery#

2nd row, 4th photo. In which case, they are 35s.
Those look like km2's in your link. Definitely bigger than 275's according to post #2.

Look at the stabilizer in the op's photo it is raised like what they use on their 3.5" and 4.5" lifts. They are at a min. 315 (35") or like Spyder mentioned 37's which would make it a 4.5" lift to fit with the stock flairs.
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Sorry, the part I meant that I agreed with was the "weird" and "we'll only be guessing". Not the actual size. haha

btw, now that you pointed out the stabilizer, would it be showing more if it were a 4.5" lift?

2nd row, last photo shows a 3.5 w/ 35s vs a 4.5" lift w37s.

now I'm leaning more towards the 37s after looking at the sidewalls on both like that.
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If this is your first experience with either 35s or 37s you don't need 37s. Only chose 37s if you need them or have prior experience

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+1

35s required much less work right off the bat as far as needing less lift, which means less issues, less chance of braking stuff and chances are more people will get by just fine with them. I did a lot of research at first looking at maybe doing the 37s and it didn't take long to realize 35s were the better choice for me.
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Since everyone will just be guessing maybe I'll just contact AEV
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