Requesting photos of FSJ with 4" of lift and 33x10.5 with an emphasis on trimming

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Requesting photos of FSJ with 4" of lift and 33x10.5 with an emphasis on trimming

Postby Cataldo » Thu Nov 12, 2015 5:07 pm

I am curious how much and where you all needed to trim with a 4" lift and 33x10.5's These are going on the factory 15x7 Aluminum Kidney bean mags. It seems like most of y'all trim the leading and tailing edges of the 1/4 panels, underneath where you really can not see it. I know many need to adjust the turning stops to keep the tires from rubbing on the leafs as well. Where else do they rub? I love the low lift (relatively speaking) tall pizza cutter look.
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1975 Jeep Wagoneer: 350 SBC, TH400, Q/T, D44's 3.54:1's. Hell Creek 4" lift with BFG KO2 33x10.5s.

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Re: Requesting photos of FSJ with 4" of lift and 33x10.5 with an emphasis on trimming

Postby RamJetFSJ » Thu Nov 12, 2015 5:13 pm

Subscribed. I have 4" springs w/ 33x10.5s on stock wheels, but I have a 2" block. Im removing it in favor for a 1" Zero Rate spring (lift block that bolts to the spring pack). But it clears really well right now. I folded all the lips over though, as I used to have 32x11.5s, and they were a bit close. Haven't flexed it yet, but when i do, and start cutting, Ill post some pics!
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Re: Requesting photos of FSJ with 4" of lift and 33x10.5 with an emphasis on trimming

Postby Iceman0502 » Fri Nov 13, 2015 6:42 am

RamJetFSJ - How did you fold the lips of the fender.

I also thought about putting a bottle jack inside the fender well with a block of wood on the inside of the fender and push or flange the entire fender out to clear a larger tire.

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Re: Requesting photos of FSJ with 4" of lift and 33x10.5 with an emphasis on trimming

Postby Cataldo » Fri Nov 13, 2015 8:13 am

Ah that would be interesting, fairing the 1/4s. We used to do that on rangers all the time.
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1975 Jeep Wagoneer: 350 SBC, TH400, Q/T, D44's 3.54:1's. Hell Creek 4" lift with BFG KO2 33x10.5s.

1988 Jeep Wrangler: 305 SBC, TBI, 700r4, NP231c with SYE, 9" w/ Detroit and 4.11:1, 5.25" of lift, 31's. Done up as a Jurassic Park Jeep (Her's)

1973 Chevy Camaro: Vortec 350, 200-4r, GM 8.5 3.23's. 12.4 @ 108mph.

1965 Ford Mustang: Aluminum Headed 347, c4, 3.00:1 gears, High 12's (Her's).



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Re: Requesting photos of FSJ with 4" of lift and 33x10.5 with an emphasis on trimming

Postby RamJetFSJ » Fri Nov 13, 2015 10:57 am

3 lb sledge and a pair of vice grips. I think I added a few cuts w/ a cut off to make it easier, where the bends are.

My 33x10.5s are tucked pretty good. I don't think you'd need to flare them at the top if your using near stock backspacing. Its the lower edge front and rear of the tire, where it tucks down in towards the frame, is where you'll really have problems.
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Re: Requesting photos of FSJ with 4" of lift and 33x10.5 with an emphasis on trimming

Postby dreezy » Fri Nov 27, 2015 3:06 pm

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305/65r17's with 4 inches of lift and 2-3 inches cut out of the rears. I cut the whole flare off the fronts.
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Re: Requesting photos of FSJ with 4" of lift and 33x10.5 with an emphasis on trimming

Postby fulsizjeep » Fri Nov 27, 2015 6:52 pm

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The GW on the left has 4" lift and 33x12.5x15 on 15x8 white spokes. There is plenty of trimming to clear tires. The one on the right has 4" lift and 33x10.5x15 on stock 15x7 wheels. No trim, no rub.

Here it is flexed and stuffed.
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Re: Requesting photos of FSJ with 4" of lift and 33x10.5 with an emphasis on trimming

Postby Cataldo » Sat Nov 28, 2015 8:43 am

Flint,

On the white GW did the leading and trailing edges of the rear openings need to be trimmed?

I have my lift otw from hell creek, and will hopefully order tires soon, I wonder if they will fit with no trimming for the drive home from the tire shop, before I trash the brand new tires
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1975 Jeep Wagoneer: 350 SBC, TH400, Q/T, D44's 3.54:1's. Hell Creek 4" lift with BFG KO2 33x10.5s.

1988 Jeep Wrangler: 305 SBC, TBI, 700r4, NP231c with SYE, 9" w/ Detroit and 4.11:1, 5.25" of lift, 31's. Done up as a Jurassic Park Jeep (Her's)

1973 Chevy Camaro: Vortec 350, 200-4r, GM 8.5 3.23's. 12.4 @ 108mph.

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Re: Requesting photos of FSJ with 4" of lift and 33x10.5 with an emphasis on trimming

Postby SemperFIGuy » Sat Nov 28, 2015 9:49 am

fulsizjeep wrote:Image

The GW on the left has 4" lift and 33x12.5x15 on 15x8 white spokes. There is plenty of trimming to clear tires. The one on the right has 4" lift and 33x10.5x15 on stock 15x7 wheels. No trim, no rub.

Here it is flexed and stuffed.
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Don't suppose you have anymore photos of the GW on the left (with 33x12x15) do you, this is how I want to go, but having a hard time getting anything much to come up search wise.

Thanks.

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Re: Requesting photos of FSJ with 4" of lift and 33x10.5 with an emphasis on trimming

Postby ghcoe » Sat Nov 28, 2015 10:25 am

SemperFIGuy wrote:Don't suppose you have anymore photos of the GW on the left (with 33x12x15) do you, this is how I want to go, but having a hard time getting anything much to come up search wise.Thanks.


This should get you started.
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http://www.discounttiredirect.com/direc ... d=15&cs=33
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http://www.discounttiredirect.com/direc ... es=1&cs=33
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Re: Requesting photos of FSJ with 4" of lift and 33x10.5 with an emphasis on trimming

Postby fulsizjeep » Sat Nov 28, 2015 10:53 am

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Re: Requesting photos of FSJ with 4" of lift and 33x10.5 with an emphasis on trimming

Postby SemperFIGuy » Sat Nov 28, 2015 11:26 am

Thank you, that's what I was looking for.

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Re: Requesting photos of FSJ with 4" of lift and 33x10.5 with an emphasis on trimming

Postby JDD » Sun Feb 07, 2016 6:16 pm

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4" lift, 33x12.5 on stock wheels. :fsj:

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Re: Requesting photos of FSJ with 4" of lift and 33x10.5 with an emphasis on trimming

Postby KJ Ryu » Mon Feb 15, 2016 7:31 pm

For reference: 33x12.5 NO lift. Trimmed by PO.

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Postby carnuck » Mon Feb 15, 2016 10:19 pm

Jtruck/widetrack front fenders with BFG 33/9.5R/15 without cutting.

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Re: Requesting photos of FSJ with 4" of lift and 33x10.5 with an emphasis on trimming

Postby bbuenger71 » Mon Feb 29, 2016 10:26 am

dreezy wrote:Image

305/65r17's with 4 inches of lift and 2-3 inches cut out of the rears. I cut the whole flare off the fronts.


Would you be able to post a picture of the rear inner fender liner? What did you do to fill the large gap? I cut about 2 inches out of my rear and filled it with "Gaps and Cracks" filler front he hardware store but I still get a lot of exhaust smell in the cabin.
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Re: Requesting photos of FSJ with 4" of lift and 33x10.5 with an emphasis on trimming

Postby dreezy » Sun Mar 13, 2016 1:43 pm

bbuenger71 wrote:
dreezy wrote:Image

305/65r17's with 4 inches of lift and 2-3 inches cut out of the rears. I cut the whole flare off the fronts.


Would you be able to post a picture of the rear inner fender liner? What did you do to fill the large gap? I cut about 2 inches out of my rear and filled it with "Gaps and Cracks" filler front he hardware store but I still get a lot of exhaust smell in the cabin.


I bought a small piece of 16g sheet metal and cut and welded it in. I will probably go back and do some expanding foam on the inside, but no way would I ever expect that to fill the gap on its own.
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Re: Requesting photos of FSJ with 4" of lift and 33x10.5 with an emphasis on trimming

Postby racerx12003r1 » Sat Mar 26, 2016 6:47 am

This is 35x10.5x15 on stock suspension and Chevy ralley wheels. Carried it off road at ECI and never had a problem of rubbing. The only thing I did was to roll the inner flanges up on the rear fenders.
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Postby Xplitive » Sat Mar 26, 2016 6:34 pm

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4" lift, 33x12.5 on stock wheels. :fsj:



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Re: Requesting photos of FSJ with 4" of lift and 33x10.5 with an emphasis on trimming

Postby rainman » Sat Mar 26, 2016 11:34 pm

Future trimming...
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33x10.5 on stock wheels
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