Jeep Crew, pics of 35's

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  1. Topgun

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    Before with 32's

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    Now with 35's, they fit way better than I thought they were going to. :cool:

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    I have all this stuff to install this weekend too.

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    Debating weather I'm going to do it or not right now, I thought I'd need it just to get the new tires on there.
     
  2. Buzz Killington

    Buzz Killington nunc fortunatus sum

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    hot

    I can't wait to put 31s on my old Rover :o
     
  3. Fishbone Walker

    Fishbone Walker Fella could have a pretty good weekend in Vegas wi

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    Sweet, you'll love the clearance. 35s are great tires for street and most wheeling.
     
  4. IDMO

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    damn, those fit real nice :eek3:
     
  5. Steve Kerr

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    dats gangsta
     
  6. Fishbone Walker

    Fishbone Walker Fella could have a pretty good weekend in Vegas wi

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    Have you had it on a ramp? Any rubbing at full stuff?
     
  7. IDMO

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    just out of curiosity, how did they balance those? weights?
     
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    ace3 mouthify my wang.

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    damn, those look really good.
     
  9. Topgun

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    Haven't had time to do any of that yet. The freight truck pulled up about 1:00 this afternoon, bolted them on quick and then had to go back to work. I'll be messing with it this weekend and adjusting the suspension. :bigthumb:
     
  10. Twisted

    Twisted Beauty in motion.....

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    Looks good, good choice on the BFG MT's, you'll like them. As soon as my Civic sells I am going to buy a 97-99 Cherokee and build it. Don't want to go quite that big. Looking at the RE 3.5 kit, add 3/4 spacer, and go 33's.
     
  11. cam75

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    you are bigfodee :eek3:
     
  12. Topgun

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    yeah weights. I bought them mounted and balanced from 4wheelparts.com. All I had to do was cut them off the pallet and bolt them on.
     
  13. cam75

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    how much were the tires
     
  14. darkostoj

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    before i went to 40's

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  15. Topgun

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    Yup, good tires. I've had the same tire in a 32" version on there for about 2 years now.
     
  16. anomaly

    anomaly If you weren't around for the original HA.net spli

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    I'll buy that for $1500.
     
  17. cam75

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    ahhhh too much bling!




    get rid of the worthless chrome tube bumpers and such
     
  18. IDMO

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    and the tire shop at home whined about balancing my 32s with weights :hs:
     
  19. Fishbone Walker

    Fishbone Walker Fella could have a pretty good weekend in Vegas wi

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    Yellowpaint and the KC smileys? Very 80s. :mamoru:






    Just kidding, nice.
     
  20. Fishbone Walker

    Fishbone Walker Fella could have a pretty good weekend in Vegas wi

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    You'll need some trimming to go with that.
     
  21. Topgun

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    It was $980 delivered to my door.
     
  22. Topgun

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    :rofl:
     
  23. Fishbone Walker

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    4 or 5? Delivered from where?
     
  24. cam75

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    for tires and wheels? not bad




    did you check with costco?



    i think the prices went up, but wehn i was buying 35s for my xj they had the bfg mt's for $148 mounted :eek3:
     
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    :werd:

    my BFG MTs barely hum on the highway, my exhaust and road noise is louder than the tires :dunno:
     

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