My situation is I have a 2012 4 door unlimited automatic 4WD JK with a 2.5" Rough Country coil lift. Wheels are Pro Comp 7069 16"s with 4" backspace with 33" KM2s (Its my understanding that BF KM2s run small?). I will be keeping my stock fender flares.
My question is can I jump to 35"(315/75r16) KM2s (If they do run small) with my current set up? Or wrangler Duratrac 35" (315/75r16) which are a truer 35" tire without changing anything? Avoiding rubbing of course gentlemen
I know this is an over asked question and I'm sure you guys get sick of these type of threads but I appreciate any help I can get!
Hey now cutie-pie, I am new to the site and am not overly familiar with navigating it. My intent in rehashing my question was only done to simplify my original question thinking maybe I was not overly clear. It wasn't meant to get you butt sore my friend. Apologies are in order, clearly I can see I've hurt your feelings and this was far from my intentions.
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I see your from the Burgh, as am I, well Export just moved out here from central PA.
Thank you for the reassurance Larry
I guess to answer your question on the 2.5" lift and 35" tires, you'll not have an issue there. You might need to play around with bump stop extensions if your keeping stock flares, you'll have to play around with it and see what you need. If it's for road use, you'll be fine. I'm running 37" on a 3.5" with 1.25" body lift and stock flares. I have to be a bit radical with bump stops to keep my stock flares. Eventually ($$$) I'll move to flats and back off the bump stops to gain back some axle motion (articulation).
I am in Beaver County, just outside of Cranberry Twp.
I didn't even think about the use of bump stops, like I said, new to the game, thank you. I wanna off-road but nothing overly serious, I have my re-gear and locker money saved up but Im just not sure where to have my work done. But before all that, its looking like Ill need before summers out so that's why I'm looking into 35".
Cranberry, I know the area, I was just over that way completing a Craigslist transaction
you are going to want to speak with Mark at Greensburg machine and Driveline for doing your rear gearing and for buying your parts. He will be the best price you will find both for the parts and the labor. And he does exceptional work, he does many sled pulling competition trucks, drag cars, and dirt track cars that people hold to him from all over even different states.