35x10" Tire?

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Everyone makes a 12.5" wide, 35" tire. Does anyone know of a manufacturer that makes a 35" (or ever a 37") that's LESS than 12.5"? I had a buddy forever ago who had 35's on his TJ and they were only 9"(?) wide...I think. They reminded me of the old school military jeep tires that were so narrow, it sort of looked like that. Anyway, I'd like to go to a bigger tire size, but don't NEED the extra width. Just wondering if anyone knew of other options.

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Everyone makes a 12.5" wide, 35" tire. Does anyone know of a manufacturer that makes a 35" (or ever a 37") that's LESS than 12.5"? I had a buddy forever ago who had 35's on his TJ and they were only 9"(?) wide...I think. They reminded me of the old school military jeep tires that were so narrow, it sort of looked like that. Anyway, I'd like to go to a bigger tire size, but don't NEED the extra width. Just wondering if anyone knew of other options.

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Here is one. I think there might one other tire in that size. https://www.walmart.com/ip/Kenda-Kl...=sem&msclkid=74b54fcf22971993d2a72faa8fa89e0f
 

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Everyone makes a 12.5" wide, 35" tire. Does anyone know of a manufacturer that makes a 35" (or ever a 37") that's LESS than 12.5"? I had a buddy forever ago who had 35's on his TJ and they were only 9"(?) wide...I think. They reminded me of the old school military jeep tires that were so narrow, it sort of looked like that. Anyway, I'd like to go to a bigger tire size, but don't NEED the extra width. Just wondering if anyone knew of other options.

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Nitto 35x12.5/17 , trail grappler, toyo, same size but in all terrain
 

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I will be putting the 10.5" Kenda's on mine when I am ready for new tires. Overall very good reviews. The only real downside I have seen so far is they like to throw rocks...
 

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I’m running 285/75R18 Duratracs, they are 35.1x11.2 R18

Nitto Trail Grapplers and Toyo Open Country AT3s also come in 35x11.5 R17s
 

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I’m running 285/75R18 Duratracs, they are 35.1x11.2 R18

Nitto Trail Grapplers and Toyo Open Country AT3s also come in 35x11.5 R17s
Do you like your Duratracs? I ran 285/75/17 Toyo AT2's on my JK and loved them. Debating between the AT2 vs Duratrac with my JL. I plan on running them with my Sahara 18" wheels like you have.
 

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Do you like your Duratracs? I ran 285/75/17 Toyo AT2's on my JK and loved them. Debating between the AT2 vs Duratrac with my JL.
Of course, they are the only tires I will likely run on this Jeep. Suits my driving needs.

Best wet/snow performance I’ve ever driven on an AT. And the outer lugs are more like MTs and they perform great off-road. So hybrid thread overall I’d say.

Also it lets me run 35s on stock wheels on my Sahara without needing any wheel spacers. So a lot of savings there!
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Everyone makes a 12.5" wide, 35" tire. Does anyone know of a manufacturer that makes a 35" (or ever a 37") that's LESS than 12.5"? I had a buddy forever ago who had 35's on his TJ and they were only 9"(?) wide...I think. They reminded me of the old school military jeep tires that were so narrow, it sort of looked like that. Anyway, I'd like to go to a bigger tire size, but don't NEED the extra width. Just wondering if anyone knew of other options.

Thanks.
MT JUST released one of their own...

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Searching for tires on google, and I come across the Federal Xplora M/T. What the.....

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The worst thing about some of the new tire sizes, they are making most load range E , you really don’t need a tire that stiff for a jeep, most come from the factory with a load range C , the higher rated tires ride really hard , the only way to deal with that is lower the psi, then you get even worse fuel mileage and poor wear .
 

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