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anybody have pics of 35\'s on stock width cj axles?

Does anybody have any pics of 35x12.5 tires on stock widetrack cj width axles? If so, how much lift are you using? I'm trying to decide between 33's and 35's and am just wondering how they look. Thanks, Andy

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Re: anybody have pics of 35\'s on stock width cj axles?

i dont have pics but i took off 35's and went to 33's, just my preference. they look ok and they fit my jeep. 4" lift.

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Re: anybody have pics of 35\'s on stock width cj axles?

oh yeah, my rear well is trimmed a little, but they fit w/o but i thought that it was best for travel.
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Re: anybody have pics of 35\'s on stock width cj axles?

I run 35x12.50 on 10" rims, but with oler narrow axles. All wheel wells have been trimmed a bit. It's not what you were looking for, so if you want a pic posted I'll do it later.

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Re: anybody have pics of 35\'s on stock width cj axles?

Here ya go. Thes are 35X14's on widetracks. I'm running SUA, 1"lift shacklesand a 2" body lift.
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Re: anybody have pics of 35\'s on stock width cj axles?

Dirt Dog... Great looking Jeep. I have been envious since I first saw a picture of it. Just wanted to verify, that you are only running 1" shackle lift and 2" body lift and can stuff 35's under it? Any trouble on the trail with that setup as far as rubbing etc. The reason I'm asking is that I want to put 33s under my CJ and have been torn about which way to go. 3" suspension lift and 1" body or 2 1/2" susp and 1" body.

Basically, looking for something that looks good and is trail functional. Budget is tight and if your specs allow 35's then it would accomodate 33's easy as long as trailability is improved over stock.

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Re: anybody have pics of 35\'s on stock width cj axles?

I run 33's with 2 1/2" suspension, 1/2" shackles and a 1" more body lift and it sits pretty darn good over 33's I have never even come close to rubbing.

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Re: anybody have pics of 35\'s on stock width cj axles?

Bent metal, I am running a 4" sua spring lift too. I actually could run 33's with the 2" body lift and ext. bumpstops before. I don't rub the 35's with what I have but it does need all the lift I have. This is with all stock sheetmetal. I haven't trimmed anything. Like i said 1" lift shackles(2" longer), 2" body, and 4" springs. =7"
I like what I have and have learned to live with the driveability, BUT the longer shackles in the front don't make it any better by any means.I drive it as much as possible on the road but theres no way it will ever get driven on the interstate. I'm not that brave.[img]/wwwthreads_images/icons/blush.gif[/img] I can drive 65 on smooth roads, it's just all the small little patch strips that drive mine crazy.
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Re: anybody have pics of 35\'s on stock width cj axles?

Here's 35 15.5's on a narrow track, standard back spacing. Had to add a slight wheel spacer to clear rear leafs.



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Re: anybody have pics of 35\'s on stock width cj axles?

Here's a picture of mine with narrow track axles. Unfortunately they didn't fit. Even after I went to wide axles, they still didn't fit so I went with 33's. I need an inch or two of body lift or trimming to get 35's to clear. I have until these ones wear out in a year or two to get that done.




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