Jeep Wranglers...

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  1. pop

    pop New Member

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    what is the biggest possbile size tire to fit on a factory jeep without anykind of lift? and what are the top brands of suspension lift kits for jeeps on the market?
     
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    You can put some 31x10.5's on there with no lift. Some of the top brands are Rubicon Express, BDS, Teraflex, and Old Man Emu.
     
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    that depends if its a YJ or TJ.
     
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    how did I know you would be chirping in this thread :fawk:
     
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    Nobody answers questions in here really, so I try. The main OT forum is the only place Jeep topics don't go to die.
     
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    lmao, I see that, it took you like 3 days to answer
     
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    If it's a TJ, 31" will fit stock, but you'll rub when you go offroad if you disconnect your sway bar.

    For a bit of cheap extra height, add 1" coil spacers, adjust your bump and steering stops and you should be fine. If you get driveline vibrations, you can also drop your t/case 1"
     
  9. explosivo

    explosivo Guest

    Depends on how liberally you cut with the sawzall and hammer with the 20 lb sledge ;)
     
  10. honda9k

    honda9k Guest

    just check out jeepforum.com great place for info and such.
     

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