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post #1 of 12 Old 12-29-2013, 08:26 PM Thread Starter
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Ok I'm not sure if this is the right forum section but I am trying to see if I can fit 35s on stock jeep suspension I have a 2010 jeep wrangler sport and I have heard people putting 35s on stock suspension with flat fenders but I'm wondering if I can do I with stock 17x7.5 wheels with 1.5 inch spydertrax wheel spacers any help would be awesome thanks!
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Ok I'm not sure if this is the right forum section but I am trying to see if I can fit 35s on stock jeep suspension I have a 2010 jeep wrangler sport and I have heard people putting 35s on stock suspension with flat fenders but I'm wondering if I can do I with stock 17x7.5 wheels with 1.5 inch spydertrax wheel spacers any help would be awesome thanks!
Sure, you might need to do some trimming and add bump stop.

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I just put 35s on my 2014 which already has things trimmed off the line such as pinch seams. But in the wrong situation it will catch my front bumper and the plastic under the bumper so I will be making a stubby bumper so I do not mess my tires up until I put my lift on again.
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post #4 of 12 Old 12-30-2013, 06:50 PM Thread Starter
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So would my best beat be to just do like a 2.5 inch lift then the 35s?
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Well that depends. You can do the tires and trim things now that you will probably want to trim later...
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Even after my 2.5" lift I had to cut off the ends of the front bumper to clear my 35's at full lock, although at that time I was running 10" wide wheels with only 3" of back spacing.

If its a 2 dr I would just flat fender it, do some trimming, and run the 35's. If its a 4dr then I would say go with 2.5-3.5" of lift. The 4drs are long and low slung. I scrape my belly all the time. Of course my 35's aren't true (metric equivalent, so a 34.6) to size and after my winch, tire carrier, tools, etc my 2.5" RE springs are alny netting me about 1.5" of lift.

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This question has been asked many times. Try doing a search and you just might find your answer...

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you know i search this all the time and always find somebody who has responded saying "USE THE SEARCH TOOL IT WORKS LOL"
I'm fed up with searching and finding that response, and no photos especially. If you want to say that it's been asked before please provide proof ie: a link. I can't find pictures specific to this question anywhere even through google because the old posts have deleted pics on them. I understand you don't want the forum to get crowded but the search key has become flooded itself.

I'd like to see pics with tire sizes ranging from 33-35 inches with less than 1.5 inches of lift
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Ok I'm not sure if this is the right forum section but I am trying to see if I can fit 35s on stock jeep suspension I have a 2010 jeep wrangler sport and I have heard people putting 35s on stock suspension with flat fenders but I'm wondering if I can do I with stock 17x7.5 wheels with 1.5 inch spydertrax wheel spacers any help would be awesome thanks!
At least install a leveling kit so so it doesn't look so goofy. See this post for some good info.
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Funny I just ran across this in another older thread


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. You can run 35 with stock front bumpstops & flat flares in the front.

You'd have to trim or remove the stock plastic lower air dam, and you will need either wheel spacers or wheels with less backspacing to run wider than stock tires.

However, for the rear, you would need to either do a fair amount of cutting in the rear fender well, or you would need extended rear bumpstops.

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heres mine with no lift on 35" Falken Wildpeaks. don't expect any offroad with this setup. I had rubbing on the front just driving around town on almost every little bump in the road. I then broke out the jigsaw and trimmed my flares to "flats", this made it much better to drive around with but only in town. Since I have installed a 2" BL, and 2" coil spacers up front and 1" ones out back with plenty of clearance for moderate offroading.

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Blacked out 07 JKUR, safari straps, Treadwright 35's on stock rims and Spydertrax spacers, stubbied front bumper, trimmed flares, 2" body lift, 2" spacers in front with 1" spacers in rear, Gen Right Tire carrier, more to come!
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holy shit, don't know why pic came out so huge, but now you can see how close the tire is to flare

Blacked out 07 JKUR, safari straps, Treadwright 35's on stock rims and Spydertrax spacers, stubbied front bumper, trimmed flares, 2" body lift, 2" spacers in front with 1" spacers in rear, Gen Right Tire carrier, more to come!
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