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Old 12-18-2009, 12:46 AM
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Simple question, would 29/10.50 super swampers fit on my 96 4 door 4x4 with stock wheels and ride height?
 
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The 29 inch diameter won't be a problem, that's about what a 235/75/15 is, however you will rub the frame with a 10.5 inch tire, shouldn't be much though, just don't cut it full lock
 
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or drop a few buck on wheel spacers
 
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don't people on here mount 31 10.50 tires on stock wheels and it doesn't rub the frame??
 
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Don't Wheel spacers cause problems in the long run?
 
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I've had spacers (5/16) on the back wheels for about a year now and no problems I don't know about thicker ones
 
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Oh ok, I was refering about the ones that are like 1" - 2" lol
 
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31's require about 2 inches of lift to avoid any rubbing.
 
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Old 12-23-2009, 07:31 AM
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could find a set of rims with a different offset like the ones on my blazer. i found mine on craigslist for 40$ for the set of 4.
 
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I had a set of 29x1050 swamper thornbirds on 8 inch blanck rockcrawlers on my 96 4 door Jimmy with no lift. I rubbed at full lock and if I hit a hole or bump hard. Ended up cranking the t-bars a little and thought about 2" blocks for the back. Swampers are big and heavy. My 29's were as big as my friends 31x1050 bfg's.
 

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