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post #6 of (permalink) Old 07-23-2007, 01:27 PM
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Definately don't dent or lose those Jeepster hubcaps!! Those are hard to find. I went with 33x9.5's for the same reason and you don't have to lift the Jeepster to fit them, unless your springs are really sagging. I like them except in deep snow, alittle more floatation would be nice. They are on the stock rims and hold a bead really well. I have had them down to 3 PSI accidentally on some sidehills and they held the bead and worked better than ever in the snow. Mine are muds, so yes they used to make them. If you are daily driving this the LTB's may wear too quickly but I think that the 34" would be a great tire, remember to have them siped for the winter and snow!

Also you may need to buy some wheel spacers for the front to gain back some turning radius. The larger diameter and no additional offset equals lots of rubbing on the springs and much needed adjustment to the steering stops.

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