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pic request of 33" with 2" lift and flat fenders ??

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i am requesting pictures of 33" with 2" lift and flat fenders. My JK is lifted 2" and having 33" tires. I am planning to install flat fenders on it. Please help me on it.
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post #2 of 15 Old 05-25-2014, 06:09 AM
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Its a 2.5 not a 2....close enough
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Its a 2.5 not a 2....close enough
thanks alot. can you please post more photos if it is possible ?
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Dear all,

i am requesting pictures of 33" with 2" lift and flat fenders. My JK is lifted 2" and having 33" tires. I am planning to install flat fenders on it. Please help me on it.
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just curious, but why flat fenders? tires look way too small imo. my wifes JKU still has stock fenders, a 2" lift and 35s. looks perfect imo.

while I hate the look of the stock fenders, the overall look is proportional

everyone has their own tastes, but I thought I would toss it out there.



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just curious, but why flat fenders? tires look way too small imo. my wifes JKU still has stock fenders, a 2" lift and 35s. looks perfect imo.

while I hate the look of the stock fenders, the overall look is proportional

everyone has their own tastes, but I thought I would toss it out there.
Because I hate the look of stock fenders imo...

Like you said everyone has their own taste


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Because I hate the look of stock fenders imo...

Like you said everyone has their own taste
I hear ya. I also hate the look of the stock fenders, but I personally don't like the huge gap even more.




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A friends Jeep with 33's 2 or 2.5 BB with no flat fenders & with the home made flat fenders. So you can see it both ways. JFYI they needed wheel spacers on their Jeep to keep from rubbing the sway bar.

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I had 35's on a 2" BB and I didn't even cut the fenders at all. I only used wheel spacers. If you only want 33's Don't lift it and do the flat fenders. If your going to do the BB and flat fenders do yourself a favor and go with 35's .





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just curious, but why flat fenders? tires look way too small imo. my wifes JKU still has stock fenders, a 2" lift and 35s. looks perfect imo.



while I hate the look of the stock fenders, the overall look is proportional



everyone has their own tastes, but I thought I would toss it out there.
I agree. My jku with 33s looks fine with stock fenders and no lift. Im scared to lift it and make the tires look to small. I keep second guessing myself going with a 2" ome lift or treadles performance leveling kit hmm.



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I agree. My jku with 33s looks fine with stock fenders and no lift. Im scared to lift it and make the tires look to small. I keep second guessing myself going with a 2" ome lift or treadles performance leveling kit hmm.



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They are on the verge of too small looking for me on flat ground, especially with the way the rear bumper fits the sides.

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I'm lifted 2" on 33's



They are on the verge of too small looking for me on flat ground, especially with the way the rear bumper fits the sides.
What lift are you running ?
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What lift are you running ?
RC budget with N2.0 shocks right now. Planning on 2.5" coils and 35's when I need new tires.

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just my .02 but if youre going with a 2"+ lift and flat fenders then go to 35s. The price isnt much more (especially if you go with 15" wheels) and it'll look much more proportioned. Im running flat fenders, 2.5" lift, and 37s and there is still a decent gap between tires and fenders.

I did run 32s (the stock rubicon wheels) with my lift and stock fenders and even with the stock fenders it looked a little goofy. Not bad, just not right. With flat fenders it would have definitely looked strange.

But its a jeep and to each their own, just thought I would comment. If you really want flat fenders and no larger than 33s then I would not lift it.

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I agree. Even mine is on the edge of me not liking it, but it's what I have to deal with until I do decide to get some 35's.

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Mine with 2" Teraflex leveling kit and 33's but no flat fenders. Yet.


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