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post #1 of 26 Old 06-04-2012, 05:53 PM Thread Starter
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Picture request. 4" lift and 33" tires.

Thanks I have 33's now want to get a lift, but thinking ahead.

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post #2 of 26 Old 06-04-2012, 10:38 PM
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four inch lift is overkill for 33's. Just go with a leveling kit, or even some flat flares.

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four inch lift is overkill for 33's. Just go with a leveling kit, or even some flat flares.
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Ditto this is RK 3.5 and 35's. Attachment 52010


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bungee cords a good idea, never thought about that lol
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bungee cords a good idea, never thought about that lol
Haha yea. Was a wet and muddy trail day. Was shampooing seats.


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2.5 lift and 33" tires

I have Rock Krawler 2.5 Max Travel lift with 33" tires and Bushwacker Flat Style Flares.

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Good luck getting what you originally asked for. I guess people can't take the time to read two sentences anymore.

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Good luck getting what you originally asked for. I guess people can't take the time to read two sentences anymore.
I doubt anyone on here even has 4 inches of lift on 33s.

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Thanks. Yeah I'm thinking ahead to 37's and didnt want to buy 2 lifts. Was hopeing someone had a pic.

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Even running 37's you can still fit them on a 3" lift and some flares.
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I have 37s and the RK 2.5" max pro kit and cut my stock fenders

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Not 4" but here is mine when it had 3.5" and 33"



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Thank You. Looks Great.

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Thank You. Looks Great.
GO with 35s with a 2.5 inch lift. You will regret getting 33s.

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^ I agree...don't waste your money on 33s...especially if you plan on installing a lift >2.5". (speaking from personal experience)

As others mentioned, you can do a quality 2.5" kit and the 33s would not look out of place -- and you can even move up to 35's with little effort or even 37's with just a bit more effort on that same lift in the future.
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If you're looking ahead to 37's still go 2.5". You can run 37's with flat flares at that height. That's the setup I and many others are running.

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Thanks. I do have 33 in. AT want bigger Mt's in the future.

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Here is the factory 32 rubi takeoffs and 4in rancho kit. Looks like a roller skate



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EVO springs 4" Lift with 285/75/17 Toyo M/T
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Here is the factory 32 rubi takeoffs and 4in rancho kit. Looks like a roller skate



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I have 33s, and a 2.5 inch Skyjacker Budget boost..



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MMoore Looks just about right thank you.

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Not mine but it is a buddies....

4" TF lift with 33 MT/R's


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[X] 2.5 lift kit
[X] Bilstein Shocks
[X] 35" MT/R's
[X] 6K HID headlights
[X] 6K HID windshield lights in Hella 500's
[X] Beauty marks after owning it for 5 days!!!
[X] XRC front bumper
[X] XRC rear bumper w/ tire swing
[X] Dremel styled fender flares
[X] CB
[X] PJ sliders with steps
[X] Wife with a Jeep as well
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sorry for the large pics

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2.5" lift skyjacker unlimited springs. Netted on the 2 door 3.75" with 33ish tires.
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