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What's the biggest tire...The TJ version

So I have a bite on my Terra Grapplers and stock wheels, the only catch is the guy has a early 2000's TJ. I already told him that he needs a 5on5 adaptor. The tires are 32x11.50 on 17's. Anyone know off the top of their head if these will fit a stock, non-rubi TJ?


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post #2 of 6 Old 05-15-2011, 05:53 PM
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They will rub the back of the flare when you hit bumps and depending on backspacing they might hit the frame or swaybar at full lock.
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Yep, He could ride on the street with them probably depending on the b/s when turning. Off road would do nasty things to his fenders/flares without some work. Tell him to spend a few bucks on a budget boost or 1" BL and it will be a little better. In the FAQ on Jeepforum they suggest 2-3" lift for 32's on a TJ.


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On the street your fine on the trail he will need a 2" BB at minimum

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Perfect. Thanks guys. I'm thinking by the time he adds the adapter it should push his wheels out about 1/4" past his stock wheels. I found that the stock '99 wheels are 5.5" bs and the JK is 6.75". If I'm thinking right that is.


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