Popular Jeep Tires (size, weights, specs, pics)

  1. MTKMAN

    MTKMAN Well-Known Member

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    The 3rd brake light is adjustable. Back out the screws, alight the bottom holes on the support with the previously top holes and it will raise the brake light.
     
  2. Pjackct

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    Pic?
     
  3. MTKMAN

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    Sorry @Pjackct didn’t get a chance to snap a good one before I had to travel for work.

    Here’s one I snapped quick with no front sway bar. Me installing my lift was amateur hour, I stripped one end link and left the sway bar disconnected until earlier today.

    I’ll get you some good pictures and measurements later this week.

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  4. MTKMAN

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    Here’s a pic with everything reattached. It is exactly 41 inches to the crease in the plastic trim on the front and rear fenders.

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    Did you have to do with the 35s tailgate reinforcement?
     
  6. CANHY18

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    What size are your tires? Your Jeep looks great!
     
  7. MTKMAN

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    Thanks! I have the 35x12.5 R17 Mickey Thompson Baja ATZs.
     
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  8. CANHY18

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    How is the ride? I’m having the Mopar 2.0 lift with Fox shocks and BF Goodrich KM3 315/70/17s installed on the stock Moab wheels this Tuesday. A bit worried about ride quality etc.
     
  9. swozey

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    Find a different dealer. There is a law that if something breaks on your vehicle your mods can't limit your warranty unless they directly affected it.

    If that dealers going to tell you not to change wheels or void warranty they're going to be a nightmare to deal with for any warranty work. They know full well the law but are trying to play you into assuming you wouldn't take action.
     
  10. FD72

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    Wondering if there will be spare tire rubbing issues on a stock JLU Sahara when running BF Goodrich KO2’s in 275 70 18? Any information would be greatly appreciated. (Stock rims and bumper)
     
  11. StrikeZ

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    Likely 65.8 is D rated (8 ply) and 74.4 is E rated (10 ply)
     
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    Surprised nobody mentioned the MTR w/ Kevlar, got a decade and 55k miles out of them and zero dry rot or cracking when replaced. The tread blocks were still pretty supple after ten years and they gave great on road manners the whole wear and great performance in everything except soft sand. I feel like you’re lucky if your BFG’s make it 10 months without dry rot, haven’t run them since the KO’s and made the mistake of trying some BFG UHP A/S tires for my car only to fight with Michelin over replacement.
    Anybody try the General X3? I’ve heard good things about them from overland bound and many magazines but never actually spoke to someone running them. They’re supposedly great on ice for an MT. upload_2019-5-15_1-23-45.jpeg
     
  13. ChattVol

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    How do they ride?
     
  14. Grateful1

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    Very well put together. I haven't been able to find this information, or I over looked it. What is the biggest tire you can put under without any modifications. I have a JLU Sahara, looking to put on some 33" sneakers. Plus for some reason, most of the general information seems to be more Rubicon over the other models. I am sure the Sport, Sport S, Sahara, and Rubicon owners would like to know.
     
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    Not sure if this is the best place to ask, but will I run into any issues running 35x12.5 on my stock rubicon wheels? Also is the tailgate reinforcement and oversized tire carrier required for this setup? I’ll probably go with nitto trail grapplers like I had on my 2012.

    Thanks for your help!
     
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