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Asked by Sep 22, 2016 at 06:50 AM about the 2004 Jeep Wrangler X

Question type: Car Customization

Hello. I am new to the Jeep world and have a few questions. I have a 2004
Jeep Wrangler X (Columbia Edition)/6cyl auto 4x4. I am looking to add a
Rough Country 2.5 in. Suspension Lift w/ Shocks (97-06 Wrangler TJ w/ 6
Cyl). I want to use my stock black alloy 15" rims and add the biggest tire
possible (31x10.5R15 or 32x11.5R15) (I currently run 235/75R15). I do not
off road much (light if I do) and use the Jeep for my DD. I want to do the
least amount of work needed to get the look of being a little higher and a
little beefy  tire. Will I need extensions or adjustments underneath, tire
spacers for stock rims,....or other parts if I add the listed lift kit and 32's?
What if I add 31"s? ( Adding and aggressive cross of a AT/mud tire) Also do
do DD use I want to prevent the "death wobble". NH does not allow the tire
to stick out past the fender and I do not want to modify much other than the
tire and a lift. Any info would be appreciated. Thanks

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You should be fine on adjustments of drive train but buy a full kit and follow directions and if it says to do so then do so. As per biggest tire but in you state tire can not stick out past fender, So you can only go so big there and only so big because the lift is 2.5 inches right and the biggest just will not fit and if it did for a daily driver would be too much slop in the steering wheel when the tires get older, Buy stiff side wall, even with fender add some fender flares so you can legally get wider. with some spacers and stock rims, 32's should be fine maybe 33's

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