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Old 03-13-2011, 08:01 AM   #1
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WILL THIS WORK?

I am getting a pro comp 6" lift put on soon. I have a set of 17", 6 spoke, FJ cruiser wheels in my garage. Will these fit due to lift modifications? Or will I need spider tax spacers? Also, what would be the best tire size for this configuration? I'd prefer a tire 33" to 34" inches tall. I would like to avoid all trimming and rubbing issues.
Thanks for the advise and your time helping.
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Old 03-13-2011, 11:12 AM   #2
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sees what you did there.
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You will need spacers for those rims in order to run 33's or 34's.
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get some spidertrax and a 295/70/17 falls right in that size range
also 285/75/17's or 305/70/17's
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You will need spacers for those rims in order to run 33's or 34's.
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get some spidertrax and a 295/70/17 falls right in that size range
also 285/75/17's or 305/70/17's
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