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post #1 of 34 Old 01-29-2010, 05:33 PM Thread Starter
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are these 33's or 35's?

hey guys, in the market for a jeep. this one looks promising from a mileage standpoint but not sure from the pics if it has 33s or 35s... anyone more knowledgable than myself want to take a guess? They look like Mickey Thompson Baja MTs. Also, does this look lifted to you guys? Hard to tell for me cause it's slightly flexed in the pics. Yes, I would undo the red paint IMMEDIATELY.

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Looks like 35X12,5 to me

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Found some pics of mine before I cut it up

Factory 32's with no lift


3.5 lift with 35's


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post #4 of 34 Old 01-29-2010, 05:59 PM
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I believe those are 32's. If you look at the specs the tire size is P255/75R17. The first number is the tire width in MM, the second number is the aspect ratio (aspect ratio X tire width = tire height), and the third number is of course the rim size. Multiply the width (255mm) X the aspect ratio (75% or .75), convert to inches (divide by 25.4), multiply X 2 (part of the tire above the rim and part of the tire below the rim), add the rim diameter (which is in inches), and this gives you tire height.
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My guess would be 33x12.5s The stance looks the same as mine. The tread is just more agressive.

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yea yea... I know. I like doing the CSI thing first. I wonder if it's got the 3.73 gears. I was hoping to find an 07 with 4.10s. Odds are a saleman won't even KNOW that answer at a subaru dealership.
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35's

Look at the spare and the gap between the tail light and top of the tire.
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im guessing 33's i had to cut my 3rd brake ligh toff to fit my 35 on bu ti also have stock rims

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35 on the factory spare mount and I did not cut the light and raise it


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35 on the factory spare mount and I did not cut the light and raise it
My 35's fit on my stock carrier with no mods too. Look at this picture and compare to pic of spare on autotrader, especially at how close the tire is to the door handle on the left and near the 3rd light at the top. shot angle is different but I believe the autotrader one is 32' or 33'. Definitely not 35'

I have a jeep and it goes over shit.

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looks like mine on from the back, I have about the same amount of tail light showing and I have 33" mickys.
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yea yea... I know. I like doing the CSI thing first. I wonder if it's got the 3.73 gears. I was hoping to find an 07 with 4.10s. Odds are a saleman won't even KNOW that answer at a subaru dealership.
I think the only way you could get factory 4.10 gears is the rubicon and they are all that way
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I got factory 4.10's on my non rubi, it comes with the tow package too
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I got factory 4.10's on my non rubi, it comes with the tow package too
Load and Towing Groups
Trailer Tow Group Close $320
Trailer Tow Group: Hitch receiver, 4-Pin Wiring Connector, 3.73 axle ratio.
Includes:
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•Trailer Tow with 4-Pin Connector Wiring
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post #18 of 34 Old 01-30-2010, 09:21 AM
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I dont know then, maybe its the automatic trans with the towing package but when I ordered mine I couldnt get 4.10 in anything but the rubi, it is a 6 speed though maybe thats the difference
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could be, you never know
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post #20 of 34 Old 01-30-2010, 09:54 AM
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Well whatever they are I would talk them down at least 3 grand. Tell em the red aftermarket rock sliders that don't match ruin the value...lol
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09 sahara w/ tow package. 3.73 gears. the 4.10 was not available on anything but the rubi. not sure about other years/packages.

and no, the salesmen won't have a clue about that stuff. Most jeep salesmen don't even know.

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i wasnt going by the salesman I was going by the internet and factory literature when I was ordering but that was on the 08 year model.
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I say 33's. My 35 covers most of the 3rd brake light on the stock carrier
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yeah and mine is an 07 so probably different for the gears
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I say 33's. My 35 covers most of the 3rd brake light on the stock carrier
Thats excatly what i was thinking too..

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