JL Rubicon 35's on stock rims?

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Thanks! So far everything has been great. Can't really tell a difference honestly. The biggest thing is the step inside. Being 5 foot 9 in tall, I can definitely tell to get inside lol
What brand and size?
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35 x 12.5 x 17 Nitto Ridge Grapplers on stock Rubicon JL wheels with no lift or spacers. Runs absolutely fine. No rub and good clearance for city driving.
Do you have any other photos of Jeep I’m thinking of same tires?
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Where did you get the 315 70 17s installed on stock Rubi rims...America's Tire is giving me a hard time here in CA...gonna try a couple of other locations.
 

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35 x 12.5 x 17 Nitto Ridge Grapplers on stock Rubicon JL wheels with no lift or spacers. Runs absolutely fine. No rub and good clearance for city driving.

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Any issue mounting the spare on the stock carrier? Looking at the same tires. Thanks
 

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Where did you get the 315 70 17s installed on stock Rubi rims...America's Tire is giving me a hard time here in CA...gonna try a couple of other locations.
Discount tire gave me no hassle on that size or 35x12.5x17. I've been a customer for 25 years, but I think they'd have done it anyway.
 

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Where did you get the 315 70 17s installed on stock Rubi rims...America's Tire is giving me a hard time here in CA...gonna try a couple of other locations.
I want to try this route when my original tires wear out.

Are you going to try anywhere else?
 

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Found an America's Tire location that did it ...loving the tires!
That’s great. Can you tell me which America’s Tire did it for you? How are you planning to deal with the mileage/performance difference? Which brand/type did you get?
 

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That’s great. Can you tell me which America’s Tire did it for you? How are you planning to deal with the mileage/performance difference? Which brand/type did you get?
I had to go to Ontario, CA to find an America's Tire that would do it..went with the MileStar Patagonia 35" MT tire. I love them as they are quiet on the road for a mud tire and they do great on the rocks, dirt and mud. They look good too...my only negative is if you use your Jeep as a daily driver, they will wear pretty fast. Also, I am getting some rubbing at full flex - experienced in Moab and Sedona...as for mileage, dropped me to around 16mpg and Jeep will say 75mph but GPS reads 80mph.

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I had to go to Ontario, CA to find an America's Tire that would do it..went with the MileStar Patagonia 35" MT tire. I love them as they are quiet on the road for a mud tire and they do great on the rocks, dirt and mud. They look good too...my only negative is if you use your Jeep as a daily driver, they will wear pretty fast. Also, I am getting some rubbing at full flex - experienced in Moab and Sedona...as for mileage, dropped me to around 16mpg and Jeep will say 75mph but GPS reads 80mph.

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That looks great! Thanks for the info and the pics.
Have you thought of a Tazer, or JScan to set the tire size?
 

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37s stock wheels with 2 inch Pro Comp Spacer Lift and no wheel spacers...just adjusted my steering stops a couple turns to not rub the control arms.



 

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That looks great! Thanks for the info and the pics.
Have you thought of a Tazer, or JScan to set the tire size?
Yup...looking to get the ODBC Tazer maybe in the next couple of months...
 
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