So erin do you want to buy my jeep and get it registered there. I'll keep it here and keep up the insurance. <IMG SRC="smilies/biggrin.gif" border="0">Originally posted by willymutt:
<STRONG>I love SD. My front tires stick out almost 10" past my fenders. No problems. This place rules. No laws on anything like that.
DOH!! they never hasseled me in my EB with the 35's sticking out about 1.5", wonder what they'll do when I narrow it in december, since it'll have about 4.5" out in the back, and 8" or so in the front sticking out...I'm driving it from school to Napa, CA to do the work, then driving it in it's new narrower form back to prescott, AZ for spring semester...but homestly officer, it's ALL STOCK!Originally posted by TNTMUDMAN:
<STRONG>The tread can not extend further than 3\4" past the body or flares, which ever is furthest, It is also a fix it ticket with a $50 price tag for our county. <IMG SRC="smilies/rolleyes.gif" border="0"></STRONG>
here in Pa. that would be a $94.00 fine for the tire width,Originally posted by snipes:
<STRONG>How much will this fine be. Thats a hole 42" tire sticking out</STRONG>
WTF? You dont need mudflaps on a Jeep in Pa. Because its registered as a coupe or a SW. But not a truck and the statute states you only need mudflaps on TRUCKS.Originally posted by emsoffroad:
<STRONG>The larger flaires are legal in PA on a jeep. You can't have over 3" past the body line. On a jeep the flair is a body line so you change it your good. Also most cops around me will get you for the no mud flaps thing most of the time.</STRONG>