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post #1 of 7 Old 11-12-2007, 09:01 PM Thread Starter
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what tires in stock jeep!

does eny one know what is the biggest tires i can get with out any trouble un a jk x stock with out spending in a lift kit?

and also what tires would fit mi rims stock rims ?
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post #2 of 7 Old 11-12-2007, 10:26 PM
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There are people who have put 35's on with no lift but they would have basically no room for articulation and it was just usually a temp thing till they get thier lift on.

I have seen a few people that are running 33's but I still find it hard to imagine there being enough space in there but they are ony 1 inch longer then the largest stock tires which are 32's.

If you run wider tires you will need spacers but there are people running as wide as 12.50 on stockers.

Personnaly, if I was going to run stock lift and rims I would go with 32x11.5 tires.
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I would say though, if you are not wanting to run a lift but you are going to spend some money on tires, I would set aside at least $150 or so and throw on some 1.5 spacers and then I think you can run 33's
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post #4 of 7 Old 11-12-2007, 10:35 PM
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255/85r16

I ran a Maxxis Bighorn 255/85r16 (33.6 X 10.5) without a lift and never had any problems at all. You can run this tire on your stock 16" rim. Its narrow but gives you the ground clearance your looking for. CCBurgess sells them for $130.
I now have a 2.5" BB and love the way it looks.

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What type of axles do you have... I have a dana 44 rear and dana 30 front with the 4.10 ratio and plan on running 33" tires. I don't want the front turning anything bigger. Not that you can't run bigger of course just me opinion!!
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percfect guys thanks a lot i will go no lifft for the 33 .....the plan is to get some off road tires so i can use it and then start the seriuos mod.

d44 in front ,long arm,bead locks,and 37....after i get save some money that is!

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What type of axles do you have... I have a dana 44 rear and dana 30 front with the 4.10 ratio and plan on running 33" tires. I don't want the front turning anything bigger. Not that you can't run bigger of course just me opinion!!
if thats a ? for me... i run a D44 in the front with an Aussie locker.

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Maxxis Bighorn 255/85/R16
Shrockwork Rails
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3/16" Fuel skid plate
Aussie! Aussie! Aussie!!! (front)
TRFLX 2.5" BB
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