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Sounds like a great way to get rearended.
but at least the wheels wont be bend!

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Re: 32" Wheels on stock suspension

LOL... I bet they would.

That would be a fun vehicle to do a pit maneuver on. I bet those wheels would fold like a cheap card hand.

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LOL... I bet they would.

That would be a fun vehicle to do a pit maneuver on. I bet those wheels would fold like a cheap card hand.

dude...I wanna see that!
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Re: 32" Wheels on stock suspension

I have 33" on stock suspension no rob no issues, and no damn chrome


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Re: 32" Wheels on stock suspension

We're talking wheel diameter here, not tire diameter.
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Re: 32" Wheels on stock suspension

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We're talking wheel diameter here, not tire diameter.
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Re: 32" Wheels on stock suspension

Just caught this

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Re: 32" Wheels on stock suspension

We have some kid running around town with wheels like that on a 89 two-tone brown and tan 4-door Caprice. He had to lift it to fit them. Every time I see it I LMFAO.

Wish I still had my 69 Charger... I'd show him how to style properly.
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Re: 32" Wheels on stock suspension

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We're talking wheel diameter here, not tire diameter.

Well if its possible to fit 33" tires with room to spare with no mods; dont u think a 32" rim with about an 1.5" in both sides that adds up to 35" witch is doable just it cuts ur turning radius a bit.

Again i was referring to how does it fit question... Not the it looks like crap version of ur post.

So yeah just helping u do the math.. No biggie.


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Re: 32" Wheels on stock suspension

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Well if its possible to fit 33" tires with room to spare with no mods; dont u think a 32" rim with about an 1.5" in both sides that adds up to 35" witch is doable just it cuts ur turning radius a bit.

Again i was referring to how does it fit question... Not the it looks like crap version of ur post.

So yeah just helping u do the math.. No biggie.


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Easy, as long as you don't go past the stock tire diameter you could run as big of a rim you want...but that's besides the point

The fact you quoted him about tire diameter when he was talking about you running a 32" tire and then proceeded to explain the math makes you look like an ass.

Oh you used the wrong WHICH for witch, just pointing out your grammer error...No Biggie
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Re: 32" Wheels on stock suspension

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Easy, as long as you don't go past the stock tire diameter you could run as big of a rim you want...but that's besides the point

The fact you quoted him about tire diameter when he was talking about you running a 32" tire and then proceeded to explain the math makes you look like an ass.

Oh you used the wrong WHICH for witch, just pointing out your grammer error...No Biggie

Sure i can be an ass for explaining my post instead of let it be made fun off, then yeah.

Your an ass for poking fun at one spelling error in a cars forum, that makes you the bigger person, good job.

Maybe next time i could write it to you in French, Spanish, Portuguese? Your choice since i can speak and write 4 languages, how about u? Just plain old 'merican?

Either way, going back to the point on a JK you can go as high as 35" tall tires or combination of rim and tires with out any suspension modification, just a lil trimming of inner fenders.

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Re: 32" Wheels on stock suspension

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Good morning, was able to snap this on the highway today, and I'm wondering how could he fit a 32" wheel with the stock suspension.

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How do you know those are 32" wheels? They don't look that big to me. I've seen full size SUVs with 26 and 28 inch wheels, and they look even bigger than those.

Certainly not my thing. I don't understand why people like these huge wheels. There is no performance benefit at all. Maybe they like a harsh ride and lower fuel economy??
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