Probably too late to ask this because this was posted 8 years ago, but I don't understand why 1.5" spacers were needed?Here's a dumb, possibly simple question. I have an '09 Commander with RC 2" lift with 1.5" spidertrax spacers on stock 17" rims with BFG 245/75/17 all terrains. All the clearances are good, just some minor, minor rub that I'll fix with pulling back the wheel housing that should fix this. The tire shop completely scratched all, yes all the outer surfaces of my rims. They owe me 4 new rims. Question is, are there any off the shelf aftermarket rims that have the proper backspacing that would let me eliminate the spacers? I just now found this out and have to look for some new rims that this shop will pay for. I'd like to compromise with them, obviously aftermarket rims will be less expensive for them and possibly an upgrade for me. I've got the advanced TPMS on the truck as well.
I'm running 33's right now; LT285/70/17 Good Year Wrangler DuraTracs.Has anyone ran 33" tires on their commander after lifting? I have a 2019 Wrangler Rubicon and want to swap them out... What makes more sense than put them on the Commander?!
What is your center wheel to top fender lip measurment? Front and rear?I'm running 33's right now; LT285/70/17 Good Year Wrangler DuraTracs.
You need to be running the 4 inch Superlift for them to fit and you still need to complete the pinch-weld mod and some trimming of the wheel tubs and door sills.
You will not fit 33 inch tires with a 2 or 3 inch lift.