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i acquired a set of nice oem 08 srt-8 jeep 20" with 275/40/20 on fronts and 315/35/20 on the rears. the rears are really wide and i had to trim the coil bucks on the frame and push the shock mounts on the axle in toward the center about a 1". With the power ill be making i'll need the extra rubber. it looks really sick and i've never seen another wj with this tire combo.




 

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sick!

is that a conn. plate? you should come to the new england meet in may with that thing!
 

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Yea once i start my new motor and get it broken in and tuned my ryan in the next month or two, i will def. be up for that. just let me know where and when. thanks for the heads up.
 

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Is that a 4x4 as I have always been under the impression that if you have a 4x4 all 4 tires need to be the same size or you could blow the transfer case/ transmission? If you use the 4WD option.... Especially with all the juice a SRT8 is pushing, would hate to see something get damaged.
 

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I mean staggered as larger width wheels in rear. They are the same size in height so that is the only thing that matters with my 4wd. 275/40/20 in front and 315/35/20 in rear. my bro ran these on his srt for years so there will be no problem.
 

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i did 2.5" from there into high flow precats to a x pipe all wrapped. from there i did 3" after the x pipe to flowmaster single chambers race mufflers. on the drivers side i went under the tc tail housing and then straight back. i had to cut the front gas tank skid plate where it mounts on the frame to get the 3" pipe through. i have swivel ball connections in two places so everything can come apart. it sounds nasty! i do have clayton long arms so routing is alittle easier. i had this done with the stock a arm and it still worked nicely. 3" pipe in rear to 5" tips.
 
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