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Old 10-14-2011, 04:05 AM   #1
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big tires vs fat bobs

hi, i have a silver 2011 2x4 4cylinder 5 lug regular cab, im probably gonna go with the fat bob suspension lift and i was wondering if 31" tires would be too big?
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Old 10-14-2011, 11:44 AM   #2
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hi, i have a silver 2011 2x4 4cylinder 5 lug regular cab, im probably gonna go with the fat bob suspension lift and i was wondering if 31" tires would be too big?
I have 31's on my truck and I have minimal rubbing issues. If you run aftermarket wheels with the proper backspacing u should b fine. To get a bit more clearance remove the little metal black box bolted to the wheel well behind the plastic fender well
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I have 31's on my truck and I have minimal rubbing issues. If you run aftermarket wheels with the proper backspacing u should b fine. To get a bit more clearance remove the little metal black box bolted to the wheel well behind the plastic fender well
did your truck fel sluggish when you put on the 31s
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Old 10-14-2011, 03:29 PM   #5
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I have a 5spd so I didn't notice it too much
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I'll probably have to regear mine, but thats fine by me. ever better reason to get a locking diff. haha
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Old 10-22-2011, 03:07 PM   #7
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I'll probably have to regear mine, but thats fine by me. ever better reason to get a locking diff. haha
Ive heard a lot of mixed reviews on different brands of lockers. Were you thinking of an air locker?
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the ARB air locker is the best locking diff i've seen. one of my friends who owns a cherokee has an arb rear locker and it works flawlessly
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Only downside is price
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I'm more than willing to spend the money for it to work perfect every time
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