Faztbike, got your message,we live in sun city, but have a winter home, in the fountain of youth, RV park, north of Niland, ca that's where we do most of our offroading, we go to El Centro, sometimes so we might have coffee together and talk Hummer, Later, Chuck ( cowboy701)
thanx man funny thing after he reponded a saw a guy with 35 on stock suspencion , what im doind first is get a leveling kit that according to manu facture i can get 3 inch in front and 2 in the back so ill be able to acomodate 37 or 38 with no problem
Dude, I don't want to slam bestliftkitz on the public forum as he is a premium sponsor and paying to be here. But...
He is talking about fitting a 33 or 34" tire after a 3" lift on H2 that comes from the factory with a 35" x 12.50 x 17.
I also own a jeep and the answers he is giving you relate more as to what you would have to do to a jeep to accomadate a bigger tire. For example- my cj7 has a 4.5" lift to accomadate 35" super swampers.
On an h2 you can run up a 37" tire. Stock with no lift.
Private message h2offroad. He is running 40" tires with a 3" body lift. He can set you straight. If you choose to go body lift. Personally I don't like body lifts over 1". But do some googling and come tonyournoqn decision.
BTW never heard of supreme suspensions and this guy just joined so be careful.