Factory rubicon tires are 112 wide if I recall correctly. Youll rest easy knowing the Jeep engineers designed the JL Rubicon to handle the stress that 35-inch tires can dish out on- and off-road.
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Jeep wrangler jk rubicon tire size. So 135 would add an inch poke to the wheel calculators number. Factory wheels are 75 inches wide with 44 offset. 2007-2018 Jeep Wrangler JK Tires When your Jeep Wrangler JK rolls off the factory floor it is not prepared for the rigors of off-road driving.
There might be a few special wheels from specific Special Edition Jeeps that are different but you can confirm that by simply reading the sidewall of the tire. 2257516 or 29×9 2557517 or 32×10 and 2557018 or 32×10. 53 rows Jeep Vehicle Model.
The JK came with three tire sizes. But the 25580 is the max without a lift kit and some bump stops added. Then account for added tire width.
The original tire size for your 2018 Jeep Wrangler JK is P24575R16 109T. It is actually a little taller than the 28570R17 but a bit narrower. A color-coded explanation of the 2018 Jeep Wrangler JKs tire size is shown below.
Height is what youre after in a Jeep for ground clearance. Regular stock parts are simply not designed to plough through mud puddles ford riverbeds or survive rock-strewn paths unscathed. The 25580R17 is a direct fit 33.
Keepin it simple Rubicon lift w Rugged Ridge 34 front coil spacers Mopar extended LCAs 2957017 Milestar Patagonia MT ATX Ravine 17×85 10 wheels Quadratec QRC Stubby Front Bumper Smittybilt XRC 9500 Winch Smittybilt XRC Gen1 rear bumper Mopar sidesteps LED lights w split halos Magnaflow Street Series dual exhaust Smoked LED tail lights Oedra high fender kit. The 35-inch tires will fit using the stock Rubicon suspension with minor rubbing if you drive gingerly on the street. Up to 2 cash back Now on a Jeep JK Wrangler from 2007 to 2015 the common stock wheel sizes are 17 and 18-inches.
The backspacing for the stock rims is 625 which means the mounting surface of the wheel is 325 from the rear lip of the wheel. For off-road use youll want at least 1-2 inches of lift.