235/65R17 on a Stock Latitude

Discussion in 'Renegade Wheels & Tires' started by vega, Aug 30, 2015.

  1. paul

    paul Member

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    since notnalc68 shared the photo from evoshoppics instragram (running 245/65r17 at stock height w/ out spacers), the idea of spacers or a lift dont seem nearly as interesting as simply modding the spring perch. I'm still very interested in more information on that.
     
  2. notnalc68

    notnalc68 Moderator Staff Member

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    I thought it was interesting, but I don't know exactly how he cut the strut. Maybe EVO is going to sell a modified version. I was told on Wayalife, that he cut it. Right now, my plans are to set my wife's up just like Eddie & Cindy set up Renny.
     
  3. thtoaster87

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    So you think those would rub with a 1" wheel spacer? Have been looking at this size for my TH but would like to keep my spacers.
     
  4. Adwmac6

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    So i just want to be sure that i have all the correct info.
    this is a Latitude 4x2 with NO spacers and NO lift?
     
  5. burnttoast

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    I have these. No rub without spacer. Rub with 1" spacer...BUT very minimal


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  6. Adwmac6

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    You have which setup exactly? Which tire and size? 4x2, no lift, no spacer?
     
  7. Jason Adam

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    I know this is killing me, for the love of God! Would just one person on this entire site confirm these tires will or will not fit a fwd!

    I think fwd owners are treated how wrangler owners treat renegedae 4wd owners, lol.
     
  8. Adwmac6

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    235/65r17 Cooper AT3

    DOES FIT a FWD with NO lift

    No rubbing, but you can barely see light between the fender well and the tire at full turn.

    I have wheels with a 31 offset so I don't need spacers.
     
  9. Adwmac6

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  10. Jason Adam

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    Can't thank you enough for this. Picked up some 225/70R16's today on clearance but won't be installing them until the treads gone on my stock tires... Which shouldn't take too long.

    Thanks again it is much appreciated!
     
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  11. Joshua McFadden

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    I had this exact setup I had and they rubbed when tires barely turned and slight bump of any kind.
     
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  13. Adwmac6

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    Thanks! Direct fit with wider offset. They are replicas of the Cherokee Trailhawk rims. The OEM rims have white painted inside the triangle sections. These replicas have just black and chrome.
     
  14. Joshua McFadden

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    American Racing Wheels, dont know the model
     
  15. Redfour5

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    In the cards for me also. I just can't justify getting them with the OEM new ones yet. I am waiting to see how they do in the snow. If they suck, I'm a go on the KO2's. I have them on my Ram 1500 and they are awesome snow tires and off road. AND I have researched and know they fit...

    Oh, I'm sitting here right now looking at the 857.88 installed price from Costco... Food for thought.
     

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