As stated earlier, it is also important to get a proper shock/spring setup for maximum wheel travel. With more wheel travel comes the ability for the wheels to travel up and over larger obstacles (uptravel). On top of that, in certain situations, the Jeep is at such an angle that one wheel will be off the ground due to odd inclines\rocks; greater travel allows that wheel to stay on the ground longer (downtravel). While yes, it is helpful to have larger tires for increased diff clearance/greater contact patch, travel is truly what helps when your doin' technical trails and not just haulin' a** though mud holes.
2015 Pro-4x Nissan Frontier/Factory rear electronic locker in factory modified rear Titan axle/2.5"Front\2"Rear lift
Sold-2008 3.7L QT-1 dark blue Jeep Commander/3+" modified OME lift with 3/8" Rocky Road strut spacer/4" rear SL springs/265/70/r17 Goodyear Duratracs (Load E)/1.5" spidertraxx spacers/F-150 Monroe Load Levelers/4xguard matrix, front guard, belly guard, and rock sliders/Airflow snorkel/Thrush welded exhaust/
Complete 3.07 to 3.73 V6 gear swap
Powertrax rear locker
Last edited by Ross; 06-10-2015 at 12:32 PM.