I didnt realize how much of a problem a 1 inch difference can make in finding tires. When I get my jeep i want to put bigger tires on it. If you search 15 inch theres probably 100 different tires between 30 and 35 starting as cheap as 100 bucks. For 16 inch I found One tire between the sizes of 30-35 and its 250 bucks!!!!
I have the 16" Moab rims, and there are quite a few options. Not sure where you're looking. The real difference is, you can't usually find them in 32x11.5 or 33x12.5, you have to go with the metric sizing. Try here for a quick conversion reference...http://www.oly4x4.com/metrictireconv.htm
Hey guys what would be the biggest tire you could fit on the new wrangler without having to do a lift or without it rubbing?
well teraflex says with there 2.25"BB you can fit 35's, and from the look of the picture you can fit them with a decent amount of room.so i am guessing that 33's will fit stock.
heres a pic of the new lift kits for those of you who havent seen them
that picture gets me excited
1) 1993 YJ AX-15-, ford 8.8 LSD/ dana 30 4.10s,3.5" Black Diamond,5/8 " M.O.R.E Shackels,AA SYE/Tom Woods rear CV Shaft,33x10.50 BFG Mud Terrains
2)1998 XJ Sport AX-15- 1 3/4" Budget Boost- Tomken Gas tank skid-30x9.50 BFG All Terrains
3)1998 Xj sport 2 door ax-15- bone stock
33's was my guess also, prolly have to wait and see though. I would LOVE to put a lift on it and put some 35-37 inchers on their, but that will have to wait. I dont want to void the warranty, rather wait the 3 years and get all the kinks outta the jeep first. Unless Im am wrong and a lift doesnt void it, but I figure it does.
Aftermarket "additions" only void a warranty IF that addition directly causes the failure of the warrantied component.
It could be argued that a lift could be the cause of a steering or u-joint?cv joint failure but not an engine, stereo, etc. failure.