Sasquatch Wheels and Tires Going on Non-SAS OBX!

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My Sasquatch wheel and tire takeoffs shipment arrived this evening! Can't wait to bolt these bad boys on my non SAS OBX w/ no lift. Or maybe I should Safari the 911, think it would rub? Lol.

Off to the tire shop tomorrow AM!

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***EDIT Sasquatch Wheels and tires fit no problem w/ bars removed.
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Be interesting to see where you end up with the 315’s and no lift. Bars obviously gotta go.

Post pics.
 

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Wait, why do you have to go to the tire shop to mount wheels to your Bronco, the tires are on the rims already and balanced? Interested to see how it turns out.
 
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Wait, why do you have to go to the tire shop to mount wheels to your Bronco, the tires are on the rims already and balanced? Interested to see how it turns out.
They don't have TPMS in them. Need to have them swapped out with my current ones. Figure why repeat the work. I was tempted to do it anyways though.
 
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My Sasquatch wheel and tire takeoffs shipment arrived this evening! Can't wait to bolt these bad boys on my non SAS OBX w/ no lift. Or maybe I should Safari the 911, think it would rub? Lol.

Off to the tire shop tomorrow AM!

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Hey everyone, look at my old Porsche
 
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I'm at the tire shop now and they are saying you have to remove the beauty ring in order to dismount/mount tires on the Sasquatch wheels. Does anyone know if this is accurate and necessary?
 

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pardon my ignorance, but this does confirm that 35" tires will fit on a stock OBX, correct? Crash bars removed of course.
 

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pardon my ignorance, but this does confirm that 35" tires will fit on a stock OBX, correct? Crash bars removed of course.
I assume it works only if you plan to stick to pavement.
 

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I assume it works only if you plan to stick to pavement.
Fair enough, didn't think about that. Mine will be a pavement poser, so, no worries there.
 
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It works great. Plenty of clearance and not just for pavement. You can still hit the trails. If you aren't looking to rock crawl, it's all good. The SAS package 1 inch taller so it's really not all that much difference in clearance. Throw on a Zone leveling kit or a 2" for a couple hundred bucks and you have as much or more clearance vs. standard SAS package.

Just to clarify, there is zero rub and plenty of clearance once you remove the crash bars w/ OEM SAS Wheel/Tire package.
 

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Looks great, wonder if the 4WP crash bars would fit if needed. Just saw two Broncos at Peacock Ford here in Florida, but for a $20k markup, ridiculous. Thankfully I ordered at a good dealer. The Sas Outer Banks they had looked awesome. They also had two Mavericks that I think are bigger than at least I expected. If I were wealthy I would have one of them for a daily driver to work haha.
 
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Looks great, wonder if the 4WP crash bars would fit if needed. Just saw two Broncos at Peacock Ford here in Florida, but for a $20k markup, ridiculous. Thankfully I ordered at a good dealer. The Sas Outer Banks they had looked awesome. They also had two Mavericks that I think are bigger than at least I expected. If I were wealthy I would have one of them for a daily driver to work haha.
I'm sure the 4WP crash bars would fit. The stock ones rub by about 1/16" of an inch so I'm sure an extra 1/2" inch or so in clearance the 4WP provide would be fine.
 

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pardon my ignorance, but this does confirm that 35" tires will fit on a stock OBX, correct? Crash bars removed of course.
I think I may be the ignorant one here, but what crash bars are you talking about?
 
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