It seems the best of both worlds would be to find a set of OEM takeoffs to run during the winter, or buy a Tazer and see if locking the differential will at least help a little...definitely be the cheaper option! Thanks for the info!
Those AT3s look really good! I'm not sure upper management will approve my purchasing a new set of tires already so I may try the Tazer in the meantime, hoping that locking the differential will at least help me a little bit.
Thank you for the info on the new Toyos!
I run 30-32 psi at all times. I had the 35s on since I purchased so unfortunately didn't have a chance to see how the stock tires would've performed in the snow.
I agree that the smaller, skinnier tires appear to cut through the snow more effectively and provide better traction.
Before I bought my 2018 JLUR I drove a Chevy Avalanche and never had any problems getting around in the winter, specifically up my snow covered driveway.
With my Rubicon and 35" Toyo RTs I can barely make it up my driveway or any kind of incline that is snow covered. I've tried going super easy...
Someone asked for a shipping quote this afternoon and is supposed to let me know tonight or tomorrow if he wants it. If I don’t hear from him it will be available.
Yes, this is off of my Rubicon, and here is a pic with the part number on it:
I got my Jeep back from taking it in for the cluster issue and soft brake pedal issue. There was a bulletin for flashing the cluster software, which they performed.
They could not replicate the issue, which I figured would be the case because it was so intermittent. I did have several pictures...
Great! Pontiac is the 197 exit, and when you get to the top of the hill of the exit you’ll turn left, and Wendy’s is at the bottom of the hill on your left. If you want to PM me your cell and I’ll send you mine as well.