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wood 01-24-2009 08:51 AM

03 Rubicon

Stock axle 36X13.5X17 bias Irok on Trail Ready 17X8.5" bead locks with 3.5" of back spacing, Tires aired up 76" (just enough to pass tech @ Team Trophy Challenge)

Dogfather 01-24-2009 09:23 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by zukkev (Post 1184)
36x12.5 TSL's on 15x8 standard offset wheel(3.75"BS); Samurai runnin Toyota axles---Front right at 72" bulge to bulge, rear is a touch narrower-but never bothered to run the tape...
****, never thought about it, but my width(72") is almost as much as my length (82")!!!!!:naughty1::ImaPoser:


Ok Sick Chest cold and All you Sparked My Courosity, So I grabed the Tape and Sure enough

My Sammy with the Swamppers on, (I don't know the Back Spacing or rim size I bought them off a Members Jeep so I didn't ask) Mine it 67" Wide and 81 Long

The Wifes Sammy with Toyota axels is 72" wide and 81" Long Strange to hear that.

Shoot when the elbe restrictions came up I measured her S10 Blazer and it was 76" Hub to Hub (cause they stick out further than the tires) and 107 Long.. It have D44 front and D60 rear...

dirk 01-24-2009 12:07 PM

Here is what I have parked in the garage:

2000 TJ (belongs to the little lady)
74.5" outside of tire F/R
D30 F & D44 R
15x8 wheels w/3.5" BS
body is 59" wide
94" ish wheel base
http://i293.photobucket.com/albums/m...r/03080011.jpg

1978 CJ7
74.5" F & 73" R
Narrow Track waggy D44's
15x8 wheels w/3.5" BS
body is 59" wide
94" ish wheel base
http://i293.photobucket.com/albums/m...r/IMG_2653.jpg

Orange Unit
80" F & 79.5" R
D60 F & 14bolt R
17x9 wheels w/6" BS (1" wheel spacers)
body is 53" wide
106" wheel base
http://i293.photobucket.com/albums/m...r/IMG_6948.jpg

The TJ is her daily driver. The CJ7 was replaced by the orange rig & now sits in my garage collecting dust. The orange rig is more capable & will keep the passengers safer in a roll.

I really think that the short, narrow body on my orange rig makes it easier to weave between the trees. The overall axle width has not been an issue.

I had previously posted this info on the old forum...there was some good discussion there:

http://www.pnw4wda.org/forum/viewtop...er=asc&start=0

:super:


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