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Hello. My name is andrey and im out doors addict. Im in a market for jeep. Last year I owned an xterra but my fiance at the time had the tahoe so we needed more economical car so I traded my xterra for a 2013 ford fusion titanium. Now my wife gave me a go ahead to get a jkru and im really stoked about it. I dont plan to do whole lot to it when I do get it. I want to put 1" bl and if I cant fit 35 comrfotably on that set up I will slap bb all so. I do want to do some off roading and take my family to the mountains but most of the mods I want to invest in body armorto keeo it safe and I want to keep the rubi mostly stock so getting parts would be easier and not to void the warranty. I do have a few questions. On unlimited rubicon is 1" bl is enough to fit 35s tires on. I have been spoiled by the titanium package on my fusion so I do want the navigation. I do want 730n system in and I was wondering if its even worth it. I do use my phone for music so this really only reason I want the 730n. I will be towing a trailer once in a while since I do work on our house a lot and I all so have two bikes. Is it an issue tow with a wrangler after the lift and bigger tires?

I want to appologize before grammar nazis get in this post and rip me a new one. Im originally from russia so english is my second lenguage

-Andrey
 

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Welcome to JKO.

As long as you are not flexing out the suspension you can fit 35's with a 1"BL but if you start flexing then you ware going to rub the fenders. If you are more in the market for armor, try some flat fenders to gain more clearance. They range in price from lowest being A.C.E. engineering to upper end of Poison spyder. You will also have to cut the rubi rails and the pinch seam.
 

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Welcome to JKO.

As long as you are not flexing out the suspension you can fit 35's with a 1"BL but if you start flexing then you ware going to rub the fenders. If you are more in the market for armor, try some flat fenders to gain more clearance. They range in price from lowest being A.C.E. engineering to upper end of Poison spyder. You will also have to cut the rubi rails and the pinch seam.
Thanks for the advice. Yeah fenders going to be one of the first things to go. Im in colorado so there is a lot of good trails out here.
 

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Welcome. Scour the forums about lifts and tires, you will find lots of good info. Also, don't try to spell perfect or use big words cause most of us won't understand.

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Welcome to JKO! You'll find tons of info here on tires, fenders, mods, and what can and can't (or shouldn't) be done! There are tons of knowledgable people around here, just do some searching! Good luck and enjoy the trails
 
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