I have stock rims (skinny) and keep tire pressure at 27psi-ish. The MXT Mud tires are fairly light for their size. I think it rides well. Doesn’t track great. But, it’s way better than my CJ7 was on 35s.
I’m still happy with my decision and won’t be looking to make a change until the tires...
Mine are 12.5”. I absolutely expect it to wear “stuff” faster than stock sized tires.
I’ve been 4 wheeling a fair amount and haven’t broken anything and nothing to fix due to wear after almost 2 years.
... the price you pay for better off-road performance and the cool factor.
Was taken care of a while ago. Long story short: Dealership’s alignment machine was Out-of-Service. I found that out after two attempts of them “aligning” the jeep that didn’t take. I was sent to a sister dealership, with a working machine and a former “jeep guy”. (To their credit, on...
I’ve never driven a manual transmission, anything, that had an even power-band.
I have 37s and stock Rubi gears. Sluggish below 2k rpm. Revs very quick after that. Surprisingly quick for a 6 cyl jeep.
Gutless below 1500 rpm.
If What you’re describing is.. In second gear taking a turn at...
I have the MXTs, my buddy has the STT pros.... They look very similar. Both perform great off road.
My MXTs are great. No complaints, even in winter weather. As far as I know, my buddy is very happy with his STTs.
I bought the MXTs over the STTs because of weight and price. Almost 10K...
:CWL: Wish I knew. Still waiting on the tire carrier but after seeing the continual improvements and quality that roam is putting out, we’re all going to be happy we waited!
That’s what, my man, Anthony told me last week.... “two months.”
And for the comment above; referencing...
No worries, your jeep and your pocket book.
But, a leather dash and painted fenders are cheap and easy to replace on a Rubicon as compared to replacing axles on a Sahara.
Either way, I’d just put the lift and tires on your Sahara. Wheel the hell out of it and if you break something, replace...
Nope. Not required.
It’s drives great for having 37s. Just don’t expect it to be exactly like stock. Lifting any vehicle & adding massive tires is going to reduce on-road performance.
I recommend you go to the local dealership and/or local Offroad shop and ask if you can drive one of...
And no, there is some difference in the ride. But, it’s super minor. I think the suspension is slightly stiffer. The lift had very little difference.
However, the 37s are noticeable.
Wouldn’t change a thing, though.
It’s not apples to apples. But, I have a Rubicon on 37s with stock 4:10 gears (6 speed). And, i had a fair amount of off road time with an old CJ7 on 35s.
In 4h, before the the 37s, it took a lot of clutch work to get started on steep hills or playing in washes. With the 37s, 4H is...