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Re: 33x12.50 no rub. So Sexy.

I found a local shop that does jeeps and truck accessories to do it for me. The tires cost more but the peace of mind is worth it.

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Re: 33x12.50 no rub. So Sexy.

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widest you can go on stock wheel is 275. tallest you can go on stock height is 32.1

so, 275/55-20 is your choice. Atturo does make that.

if you want bigger tires later, after lift...youll need spacers or different wheels.
Doing some more research - would a 275/55-20 on the stock wheel still be a good set up after the RRO lift/UCA kit? I really like the Nitto TG G2s.

Or - should I bite the bullet, get a 17" or 18" wheel and bigger tire and lift/UCA kit all at the same time?

I'll be considering daily hwy miles (20 each way), trips to Tahoe and the snow that may accompany with it, some easy to moderate overland trails in the area too. Would the latter really depend on the off roading I'll be doing?

Thanks again for your expert advice!
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Doing some more research - would a 275/55-20 on the stock wheel still be a good set up after the RRO lift/UCA kit? I really like the Nitto TG G2s.

Or - should I bite the bullet, get a 17" or 18" wheel and bigger tire and lift/UCA kit all at the same time?

I'll be considering daily hwy miles (20 each way), trips to Tahoe and the snow that may accompany with it, some easy to moderate overland trails in the area too. Would the latter really depend on the off roading I'll be doing?

Thanks again for your expert advice!
I'm located in Marin if you ever want to see my setup. I head into SF most Sundays to work out at Barrys Bootcamp
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