Will 35s fit in the back of a jlur

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Going to pick up 35" wheels and tires mounted and hoping they will fit with seats down. Can anyone confirm or deny? My top is currently off too. Not sure if that helps or hurts.
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Going to pick up 35" wheels and tires mounted and hoping they will fit with seats down. Can anyone confirm or deny? My top is currently off too. Not sure if that helps or hurts.
I can't say for sure. But, I had a 2-Door JK where I carried 5 35" wheels and tires. The back seat was out. The passenger seat was moved all the way up and folded forward. The soft top was up, for extra space. Four were in the back secured with ratchet straps and the 5th one was on the spare tire carrier on the tail gate.
 

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Easily. I put all 5 of my 33's back there and had tons of room left.
 

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I just picked up my mounted 35s Saturday. Only four fit in back, no way five will fit, I put the fifth on the spare holder. Leave your spare at home when you go to pick them up.
 

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Hell I got 5 37’s in mine. They will fit just fine. Had to push front seats forward with three across front but it worked.

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Mine were mounted on rims and full of air...
 

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Mine were mounted on rims and full of air...
Yeah, that’s why. I had to really stuff them in there. I don’t think I would have been able to mounted.
 

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It was a major struggle for me to fit the 33" takeoffs in the back of my JLUR without blocking the rear window, but they fit. You would probably have to stack 35's to the roof to get them to fit.
 

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This is where a hitch basket comes in handy. By far the best automotive item I have purchased.
 

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This is where a hitch basket comes in handy. By far the best automotive item I have purchased.
I was considering buying one of these. Does it have to be a special Jeep one in order to clear the spare tire?
 
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