37x13.50R20 Toyo Open Country M/T

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Not a JL but what's your opinion on 20's?

2015 Jeep Wrangler

Suspension: ICON Vehicle Dynamics 4.5" Stage 2 Kit
Wheels: 20" Fuel "Trophy"
Tires: 37x13.50R20 Toyo Open Country M/T
Accessories: 5.13 Gears, SmittyBilt XRC Front & Rear Bumpers, Winch.
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Not a JL but what's your opinion on 20's?

2015 Jeep Wrangler

Suspension: ICON Vehicle Dynamics 4.5" Stage 2 Kit
Wheels: 20" Fuel "Trophy"
Tires: 37x13.50R20 Toyo Open Country M/T
Accessories: 5.13 Gears, SmittyBilt XRC Front & Rear Bumpers, Winch.
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It looks gorgeous!!!
If and when I decide to go with bigger tires that’s what I would do. I think it’s a great compromise between highway and off road
 
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I'm really liking it too. I'll go off road, but never rock crawl. Seems like there's still plenty of sidewall, TacomaWorld tire calculator says about 8 1/2 inches.
 

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I really want to run the 37 13,50 17 also. but a lot of people are telling if i go with the 37 13.50 over the 37 12.50 it will be real squirrely and all over the road. because the jeep is light the tries will try to drive the jeep all over. but dang you look at the 37 12.50 and it looks like a brick standing up on it end. it just looks so skinny. the 35 12.50 is just right but i want the 37 since i have the 35 now. anyone out there driving the 37 13.50 please tell what it drives like and if you had to buy tires again would you do it again or buy the 37 12.50
 
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I really want to run the 37 13,50 17 also. but a lot of people are telling if i go with the 37 13.50 over the 37 12.50 it will be real squirrely and all over the road. because the jeep is light the tries will try to drive the jeep all over. but dang you look at the 37 12.50 and it looks like a brick standing up on it end. it just looks so skinny. the 35 12.50 is just right but i want the 37 since i have the 35 now. anyone out there driving the 37 13.50 please tell what it drives like and if you had to buy tires again would you do it again or buy the 37 12.50
Curious about that too. i really like the look of the 13.50. i think forum member tgoss runs 13.50s.
 

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I just talked three off-road companies today that I saw them advertising on the forum with 37 1350. Talk them on the phone and the people I talk to are the ones that drive the jeep that were posted. They all said they have no problem with 1350s one said he has 40 and 38 1550 on his other Jeep and it drives fine.. I was at the Jeep meet we had a restaurant this past weekend in Dallas there were a lot of people out there with 37 1350 and 12:50 you could tell the 12:50 they were so skinny compared to the 1350.. I talked to them they said they had no problem s. one guy had a 12 inch wheel on his I'm going to go with 37 1350 and try it I just like the look I know it's an E Rated Tire but if you air down to about 32 psi you'll be fine he said I'll try it see
 

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I just talked three off-road companies today that I saw them advertising on the forum with 37 1350. Talk them on the phone and the people I talk to are the ones that drive the jeep that were posted. They all said they have no problem with 1350s one said he has 40 and 38 1550 on his other Jeep and it drives fine.. I was at the Jeep meet we had a restaurant this past weekend in Dallas there were a lot of people out there with 37 1350 and 12:50 you could tell the 12:50 they were so skinny compared to the 1350.. I talked to them they said they had no problem s. one guy had a 12 inch wheel on his I'm going to go with 37 1350 and try it I just like the look I know it's an E Rated Tire but if you air down to about 32 psi you'll be fine he said I'll try it see

How did you make out? I'm about to buy the 37/12.5 coopers today.
 

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How did you make out? I'm about to buy the 37/12.5 coopers today.
After 40 Years of using mud tires I decided to go for the quiet look with the Ridge Grapplers. After 40 years
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with Mt tires i went the quiet sound but mud look I love these tires. this tires are so quiet and the Mopar lift is really a good fit. it rides so smooth just like stock
 
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