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I just ordered the Comforser CF3000 from Huntsman Products. They also have steel wheels which fits perfectly to my current alignment. The tires are 10.4 inch wide compare to the 12.4 of the 35 inch. So with the offset of -25 its perfect and I do not need to change anything else on the body.
And they are in Melbourne not so far from where I am living so I can quickly pop by this week to pick them up.

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I got my wheels last week and put them on the Jeep last Weekend.

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I really like them, and I think they even look better than the 35 inch. I also received my lift kit yesterday and I will lower the Jeep over the weekend.

Thanks again for the recommendation Jamie and Freetripper.
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I really wanted those flares on my car but they wouldn't reply to my emails

How did you manage to keep the washer bottle there? that had to go to fit my tires.
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Thanks again for the recommendation Jamie and Freetripper.
I'm glad you are happy with them. I absolutely love mine. I was looking for muddies but didn't want to pay big money in case I didn't like them as I mainly do beach driving.

I did a lot of research and came across the comforsers on the net. I then read as many reviews as possible as they were cheap in case they were nasty as well. I never read a bad word about them.
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I really wanted those flares on my car but they wouldn't reply to my emails

How did you manage to keep the washer bottle there? that had to go to fit my tires.
I would if I know. The flares and the washer bottle were like this when I got the car. So the credits go out to the previous owner.
Looks like he did at least some parts right.

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I really wanted those flares on my car but they wouldn't reply to my emails

How did you manage to keep the washer bottle there? that had to go to fit my tires.
BTW: you can still get them on eBay. I checked yesterday and someone in UK is selling them for 100 GBP. Definitely cheaper than the plastic ones you can get locally for 1000 bucks.
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BTW: you can still get them on eBay. I checked yesterday and someone in UK is selling them for 100 GBP. Definitely cheaper than the plastic ones you can get locally for 1000 bucks.
i think the ones you have are genuine icelandic/notch customs, hard to tell but they look like a good fit, the ebay ones are hit and miss.
I already have some of the ebay ones that work quite well, just drop too early on the front and rub slightly under full flex. But atleast they bolt outside for easy removal.
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i think the ones you have are genuine icelandic/notch customs, hard to tell but they look like a good fit, the ebay ones are hit and miss.
I already have some of the ebay ones that work quite well, just drop too early on the front and rub slightly under full flex. But atleast they bolt outside for easy removal.
Funny, I would prefer yours. They are just too expensive. I like them because you can bolt them from outside. I want to paint mine black because they are quite faded and I want to change the color of my car anyway. I now have to find out how they are mounted (I know the front but the rear is yet unknown, guess I have to take of the plastic blend to reach the screws or so).
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Funny, I would prefer yours. They are just too expensive. I like them because you can bolt them from outside. I want to paint mine black because they are quite faded and I want to change the color of my car anyway. I now have to find out how they are mounted (I know the front but the rear is yet unknown, guess I have to take of the plastic blend to reach the screws or so).
These are mine http://ala-plast.com/cz/off-road-4x4...kee-wj-5d.html
They are alright, you get what you pay for as they are a cheaper option, but i agree mine are much easier too fit, for yours you will need to pull the interior and doors apart too get to the back flares, not very fun to do.
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