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    The tires are Pathfinder A/T. size is 265/75R18. They do very well on rock and sand. Very little road noise.

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    I did the 2.5" front 2" rear spacers and run 255/75R17 jk take offs 32". I had to trim the front bumper a tad

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    Looks good, I want black rims...

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    On the front I didn't have to cut the bumper at all, I did have to cut the pinch weld behind the inner fender. I just cut slits in it and beat it down with a Big Hammer. I put some rust preventive paint on it and used a heat gun to smooch the inner fender back. It gave me just the right amount of clearance. On a side note.... Does anyone know of a good website to order WK accessories like bumpers and such.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steven1756 View Post
    On the front I didn't have to cut the bumper at all, I did have to cut the pinch weld behind the inner fender. I just cut slits in it and beat it down with a Big Hammer. I put some rust preventive paint on it and used a heat gun to smooch the inner fender back. It gave me just the right amount of clearance. On a side note.... Does anyone know of a good website to order WK accessories like bumpers and such.
    Check out Crawl Offroad, Rocky Road Outfitters and JBA Offroad for WK accessories.

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    Max tires 2004 WJ

    My buddy runs a 4"long arm on his wj with 33s no rubbingImageUploadedByWAYALIFE1468458922.197342.jpgImageUploadedByWAYALIFE1468458933.633932.jpg I forgot to add his pics this was at our 4th of July car show..
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    This is my Jeep daily driver just getting some work done. Replaced my 2" BB lift with 2.5" coils, Fox 2.0 shocks, steering stabilizer, new BF Goodrich All-Terrain T/A KO2 tires and 1.25 wheel spacers. Looking like a fun ride now.

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    Hi guys, brand new here. Had a question related somewhat to this thread. Just bought my daughter her first car....04 Grand Cherokee..existing wheels and tires are junk. Just had a chance to buy 2015 jk rims only...can I just run the stock 235/65/r17’s? On the jk rims? No looking to go higher as this is a “first” car. Thanks guys for any feedback


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