2.5” Lift 285/75/17 tires and stock Sport S wheels

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Hi All - I was looking for pics of 285/75/17 tires and stock sport S wheels before I bought these, so I figured I’d post mine. I’ve got a 2.5 inch lift and the tires are Falken Wildpeak AT3ws.

Really digging the look of these.
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Looks great! Seems like you have tons of room between the bumper/spare tire too, did you relocate or change the bracket?
 

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Welcome to the forum!

Looks awesome.

I’m always amazed how little work Wranglers need to look great.
 
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Do you think 2.5 inch lift would look good with 285/70?
Hey - I was thinking about going with 285/70/17s but I'm glad I went with the 75s. I think it's a nice compromise vs going with 35s.

Not sure if this helps, but my cousin has a 4XE Rubicon with stock tires and Rubicon suspension. This is what our Jeeps look like side-by-side. The stock Rubicon suspension sits lower than a 2.5" lift, but is still higher than the stock Sport S. I think the pictures does show the difference between 70s and 75s.

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