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11-08-2009 02:02 AM
BlueFlame 33s are perfect with 4.56 but 4.10 is very good.

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Originally Posted by Kiwi Jeeper View Post
What size rims? 15 / 16 / 17"???
Just about every big name manufacturer makes 265/75/R16, which is closest to 32x10.5" you can get in metric sizes.
Yep, or 265/70R17. Samesame.

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Originally Posted by 94jeepzj View Post
why not go with 265x 10.50 same thing as what ur lookin for but alot of people make em
Just for grins, find me a link to one of those will ya?
11-07-2009 05:50 PM
dogbluedrummer 33x10.50 with 3.73 (auto), and I'm not complaning about power loss. In fact, I wouldn't want it geared to 4.10.
11-07-2009 04:25 PM
DH19922010
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Originally Posted by Jamzjeep View Post
Huh. Maybe I'll go w/ the 33s then. So no real issues using fifth?
I run mine with 3.73s and it not too bad. 4.10s would be perfect for a daily driver, 4.56s if you want more grunt offroad or if you have a auto but with your manual you should be good
11-07-2009 04:17 PM
DH19922010
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Originally Posted by jondotcom View Post
Killer man... what size bump stops are you using? Do you disconnect your front sway bar?
Just a 1in bump stop extension. I dont disconnect all the time because i dont have quick disconnects yet but i have before and no rubbing. Hits the bump stop with around 3/8 of clearance at the fender
11-07-2009 11:03 AM
Bishop Creek 32X10.50X15 even 32X9.50X15 off road tires here:

21st Century Tires: Simex SUV Tires
11-07-2009 10:14 AM
jondotcom
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Originally Posted by DH19922010 View Post
Why not go with 33x10.50? Your axles can handle them and even you gearing would be fine. You could put a 1.25 inch body lift or just adjust your bumpstops to clear them. I have that size in km2s with a 2in budget boost and a 1.25bl and the tires dont rub at full flex. Here's a pic. not full flex but close enough

Killer man... what size bump stops are you using? Do you disconnect your front sway bar?
11-07-2009 07:29 AM
TJamz Huh. Maybe I'll go w/ the 33s then. So no real issues using fifth?
11-07-2009 07:15 AM
GroundAssault I just put 4.10s with my 33x12.5 Pro Comp X terrains and I love it. Its seems to work just right!
11-07-2009 06:32 AM
FXSTCHEWY My 04' TJ worked fine with 4.10's running 33's..........
11-07-2009 05:25 AM
GPERSCREEPERS99 33's and 4.10's are just right.
11-07-2009 03:21 AM
TJamz Sorry. 15' rim. I thought that the 33's would be to much for 4:10. I have 3:07 now and figured w/ 33's the 4:10 would feel the same as 3:07 w/ 31's?
Nice jeep btw.
11-07-2009 01:11 AM
DH19922010 Why not go with 33x10.50? Your axles can handle them and even you gearing would be fine. You could put a 1.25 inch body lift or just adjust your bumpstops to clear them. I have that size in km2s with a 2in budget boost and a 1.25bl and the tires dont rub at full flex. Here's a pic. not full flex but close enough

11-07-2009 12:57 AM
Pizzola89 why not go with 265x 10.50 same thing as what ur lookin for but alot of people make em
11-07-2009 12:27 AM
Boodyrider tierack dot com
11-06-2009 11:57 PM
Kiwi Jeeper What size rims? 15 / 16 / 17"???

Just about every big name manufacturer makes 265/75/R16, which is closest to 32x10.5" you can get in metric sizes.
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