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The infamous "Im Getting Tires and Rims Thread"

blah blah blah tires blah blah blah rims. I have #1 stock torsion bars and rear shackle lift brackets (the lift shackles are not installed yet) I want to buy a 3" PA body lift with the shifter extension and cant find a place thats repeatable to buy from. I plan on getting 33x12.5x15 BFG AT KO's from Summit and Cragar Soft 8's 15x8 with 4" back spacing. I had good luck with my 31's on my 2wd so Im gonna go with those tires. I know I want that set up for tires and rims. I wanted to know how bad your 4.0 4x4 is guzzling gas since the switch. Im averaging 260 miles per tank on 4.10's with stock Wrangler 255/70/16 putting around in 5th most of the time in the city with the occasional highway driving. Any Help? If you got Pics of the 3 BL with 33x12.5x15 with 15x8 Cragar rims please post as well. Thanks guys/girls. Any idea where i can pick up a set of Ford center caps?
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Personally, If you are worried about gas mileage, dont get 33's and soft 8's. If you can splerg the dough, get an aluminum rim, they are alot lighter.

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yea i think everyone on here with cragars and no tuner has reported a 2 - 3 mpg decrease in gas miles on kragars.
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