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    33s on stock jk

    I have an 09 jk rubicon. Right now it's all bone stock. I'm lookin to upgrade to 33" general grabbers or at2's with no lift to start since it's the most expensive of the mods I wanna do. But will I have any issues. I'm already running 1.5" rugged ridge spacers so that'll rule out the rubbing. But anything else till I get the $ for like a 2" lift?
    BTW it'll be on the stock rims. And any preference for the general tire brand?

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    You will be fine. You can run 33's with no lift at all.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cozdude View Post
    You will be fine. You can run 33's with no lift at all.
    What about offroad? I mean it don't see much but it gets off the pavement when I can

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    Quote Originally Posted by engineman1031 View Post
    What about offroad? I mean it don't see much but it gets off the pavement when I can
    You might rub your fenders a bit but other than that you will be fine. If you wanted to you could do a leveling kit
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    Quote Originally Posted by cozdude View Post
    You might rub your fenders a bit but other than that you will be fine. If you wanted to you could do a leveling kit
    Cool thanks for the help.

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    Quote Originally Posted by engineman1031 View Post
    Cool thanks for the help.
    Anytime
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    Quote Originally Posted by cozdude View Post
    You might rub your fenders a bit but other than that you will be fine. If you wanted to you could do a leveling kit
    Don't forget he's gonna rub a little on the sway bar at full turn too. Solution = wheel spacers or wheels with less back spacing
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    Quote Originally Posted by cmireles View Post
    Don't forget he's gonna rub a little on the sway bar at full turn too. Solution = wheel spacers or wheels with less back spacing
    He already said he has wheel spacers which is why I didn't mention it
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    Quote Originally Posted by cozdude View Post
    He already said he has wheel spacers which is why I didn't mention it
    Oops, I have a bad habit of not reading the whole post. My bad, ignore me.
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