Amazing, nice pair up of wheel and tire!I run the 701's, the bead grip is amazing. I air down to 10 psi with no concerns, I did go down to 7 and lost a bead but that's because I turned the tire against a big boulder.
Here I am at 10 psi
Got my bronze 703s in the garage right now and 37" KO2s at the shop. Just waiting my Metalcloak 2.5 GC lift and everything's getting installed on 1/18. Will update with pics.Same. I had 701's in bronze and then 702's in black. Just makes sense that I move on to 703's in bronze.
Not quite ready to upsize to 37's. The 315's have done just fine so far, so I'll hold off for just a bit longer.Got my bronze 703s in the garage right now and 37" KO2s at the shop. Just waiting my Metalcloak 2.5 GC lift and everything's getting installed on 1/18. Will update with pics.
I know I’m late to this thread but I just wanted to let you know I did marble head in oct last year in my stock 2 door rubicon and it was a blast. And I had no issues.Amazing, nice pair up of wheel and tire!
Glad to hear some positive feedback about the bead grip. I am looking forward to airing them down for the first time here in about a week. Lots of sand here where I am at so not too worried about boulders most the time, just really excited about not worrying too much about being at 10psi while on the dunes and sandy trails. Drummond Island is another story though, lots of rock. Going to attempt my 'marble head' Jeep badge next year.
That’s good to know.It really depends on the tire of interest, maxxis will peel off very easy with no bead lock due to the side wall thickness (1”)... and most hard trails, if it does not, consider it as luck... just my experience...