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Can I put 33 inch tires on my jeep without a lift?

Can I put 33 inch tires on my jeep without a lift?

Jeep Wrangler 33 inch tires – No Lift There is no touching when the vehicle is driving in and around town. If you’re simply doing the big tire upgrade for aesthetics and the occasional gravel roads, then 33-inch tires can work on a stock suspension.

What is the biggest tire you can put on a Jeep Wrangler without a lift?

If you take it on mud, then you should consider a lift and larger, wider tires. But, if you do not want to invest in a lift, then the largest tires you can put on your JK or JL are 33 inches.

Do you need a lift kit for 33 inch tires?

Most IFS vehicles requires a minimum of 2.5 to 3-inch lift with additional trimming of fender liners and body mounts to accommodate a 33” tire. Fitting bigger tires is the single most effective way of improving ground clearance. This is especially important for overcoming obstacles in an off-road situation.

Can you fit 33’s with no lift?

33s will fit fine, given either wheel spacers (with stock wheels), or wheels with proper backspacing. You’ll likely get some fender rub if you disconnect your sway bars and wheel it, but on-road you should have no problems.

Can you fit 33 inch tires on 17 inch rims?

33-inch tires work well with rims that measure 15 or 16 inches in width, while 35-inch tires should only be used with rims that are at least 17-inches wide. Larger tires require wider rims to maximize the tire profile and improve your Jeep’s maneuverability.

Will a 33 tire fit on the back of my Jeep?

With stock wheels, they won’t fit. You’ll need a wheel with 5.25″ or similar backspacing. The stock wheels have 6.25″ backspacing, which won’t allow it to bolt to your spare tire carrier. With a 33″ tire, I would strongly encourage switching to the Teraflex tire carrier or similar.

Are 33 tires big?

In the case of 33” tires the diameter will be larger and have an increase in the aspect ratio. This might throw-out your speedometers reading slightly. The increase in tire circumference means the actual speed will be higher the faster you travel.

What size tire is a 33?

Tire size equivalent chart for 33″, 35″, 37″ or 40″ tires

33″ Tires (+/- 0.50″ in overall diameter)
33X950-15 285/75-16 275/70-17
33X10.50-15 305/70-16 255/75-17
33X11.50-15 375/55-16 285/70-17
33X12.50-15 305/65-17

Can I lift my Jeep without a lift kit?

Lifting a Jeep to make room for slightly larger tires can be simple and inexpensive. If you simply want to run a little larger tire, you might not actually need a lift kit at all. Unlike most light trucks and SUVs, there are ways to fit larger tires on a Jeep without adding a full suspension lift kit.

How much should I lift my jeep with 33 inch tires?

A 2.5″ suspension lift coupled with a 1.25″ body lift is adequate for 33’s. The body lift will give you the needed clearance so the tires don’t destroy your fenders at full stuff, otherwise you’ll need to add more bump stop extension, which lessons your up travel. Up travel is important for better ride quality.

Can I fit 33s with a 2 inch lift?

A 2 inch lift with correct rims will fit 33s . If you go down a tyre size it will still be all legal and less hassle .