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post #1 of 6 Old 09-23-2009, 08:52 PM Thread Starter
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fitting 33"

do i need lift kit to fit a set of tires 305/70/R16 on my 2DR 2009 ?
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nope


but I could probably get you a set of 2.5in coil spacers for cheep


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No lift needed for driving around the street. If you go off-road you will hit the fenders. How bad depends on the width of tires and backspacing of wheels.

I put 17k miles on my jeep with no lift and 33"x12.50"x17" Mickey Thompson MTZ's, never had a problem on the street. My rubbing was on the rear fenders, knocked them off the clips, only off-road!

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but I could probably get you a set of 2.5in coil spacers for cheep
how much we talking about
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I will have to ask the owner but they are brand new vnever put on and he tried to sell them to me until he found out my 3.5 gets put on fri.

prob. around $90 to $100 plus shipping


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I will have to ask the owner but they are brand new vnever put on and he tried to sell them to me until he found out my 3.5 gets put on fri.

prob. around $90 to $100 plus shipping
ok just get me a nice price im broke right now
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