Post pics of your sport with 35" tires

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Wow, over a two year old thread and less than fifty posts. I would have certainly thought that 35's on Sports would be more popular. Maybe we Sport owners are just a little shy at showing off.

Here's my 2019 Sport S 3.6L Auto (Snoopy):
- 2.5" Mopar Lift
- 35x12.5x17 Goodyear Duratrac Wrangler All Terrain tires
- 17x9 Fuel Ammo Anthracite -12mm offset wheels
- Teraflex Sway Bar Quick Disconnects.

It's my daily driver and I am loving everything about it. Love the ride, feel, performance, stance, gas mileage and especially both the stares and waves.

Drives great both on and off-road. I have accomplished many difficult to severe trails mostly in the central Colorado mountains near my home. Quite a few Rubi drivers are amazed that a Sport is in amongst them in the high tundra well above treeline.

The higher clearance, All Terrain 35's and especially the much better articulation with the Sway Bar Disconnects really make off-roading so much more doable. Sure, I'll leave the cliff-climbing, rock-pounding, metal bending crap for the Rubicon jocks. They have my utmost respect for scraping whatever oversized boulder they want in order to leave underbelly armor and tread-marks on. More power to them. Rock-on [literally].

I'm much more interested in going to the most unbelievably scenic locations in our state where the majority of people will never get the opportunity to see (without a Jeep). My wife and I let Snoopy meander anywhere we care to let him wander. He gets to go off-leash quite often. This is just the way he likes it.

I would never consider any other vehicle as a daily driver. With the 3.45 diffs many Jeepers complain about losing 8th gear on the highway. The way I like to look at it is with Auto-Stick, I now have an over-drive gear on steroids. Plus, with this setup, I'm averaging around 22 mpg driving mostly along Colorado's Front Range.

I'm really loving every minute of my Sport S with it's heated seats and steering wheel in the winter and Freedom Panels in the summer. It is a real pleasure to drive it literally anywhere I care to point it.

Jay

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Came with D44 rear
Armor, winch, LoD bumper and rock rails

wheeled regularly (job, covid, life has put a damper on that in ‘20 unfortunately), with plans for a trip in January.

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Here's my 2019 Sport S 3.6L Auto (Snoopy):
- 2.5" Mopar Lift
- 35x12.5x17 Goodyear Duratrac Wrangler All Terrain tires
- 17x9 Fuel Ammo Anthracite -12mm offset wheels
- Teraflex Sway Bar Quick Disconnects.
I have always liked your Jeep. I prefer 4 doors but your 2 door really looks good.

When you have more pictures of your off roading trips, please post them. It is really cool that your wife loves these trips also.
 

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Wow, over a two year old thread and less than fifty posts. I would have certainly thought that 35's on Sports would be more popular. Maybe we Sport owners are just a little shy at showing off.

Here's my 2019 Sport S 3.6L Auto (Snoopy):
- 2.5" Mopar Lift
- 35x12.5x17 Goodyear Duratrac Wrangler All Terrain tires
- 17x9 Fuel Ammo Anthracite -12mm offset wheels
- Teraflex Sway Bar Quick Disconnects.

It's my daily driver and I am loving everything about it. Love the ride, feel, performance, stance, gas mileage and especially both the stares and waves.

Drives great both on and off-road. I have accomplished many difficult to severe trails mostly in the central Colorado mountains near my home. Quite a few Rubi drivers are amazed that a Sport is in amongst them in the high tundra well above treeline.

The higher clearance, All Terrain 35's and especially the much better articulation with the Sway Bar Disconnects really make off-roading so much more doable. Sure, I'll leave the cliff-climbing, rock-pounding, metal bending crap for the Rubicon jocks. They have my utmost respect for scraping whatever oversized boulder they want in order to leave underbelly armor and tread-marks on. More power to them. Rock-on [literally].

I'm much more interested in going to the most unbelievably scenic locations in our state where the majority of people will never get the opportunity to see (without a Jeep). My wife and I let Snoopy meander anywhere we care to let him wander. He gets to go off-leash quite often. This is just the way he likes it.

I would never consider any other vehicle as a daily driver. With the 3.45 diffs many Jeepers complain about losing 8th gear on the highway. The way I like to look at it is with Auto-Stick, I now have an over-drive gear on steroids. Plus, with this setup, I'm averaging around 22 mpg driving mostly along Colorado's Front Range.

I'm really loving every minute of my Sport S with it's heated seats and steering wheel in the winter and Freedom Panels in the summer. It is a real pleasure to drive it literally anywhere I care to point it.

Jay

IMG_20200605_180738.jpg


IMG_20200728_190130.jpg


IMG_20200722_101247.jpg


IMG_20200901_112359.jpg


IMG_20201010_121449.jpg


IMG_20200614_132150.jpg


IMG_20200901_144649.jpg


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Nice Jeep. I like the Ammo wheels do you have any pictures of how much the -12 pokes out?
 

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I have a JK so I slightly qualify hahah. I'm running Mickey Thompson Deegan 38s. I had duratracs but busted the sidewalls so so many times and these Mickey's were new to the tire game when I got them. Love them a lot. Also, I like the Cooper stt pros as well. Duratracs are fantastic in the snow so I'll give them that.
 

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Toyo open country at2 35/12.5/17
No issues at all as a daily driver and running trails rated blue or blue/black.

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Ted,

I have these. Hope its what your after.

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The -12 wheels make the Jeep stand out. They give it a solid stance.

Rubicons come from the factory with a strong solid look. IMHO these wheels do the same for the Sport. They give it a wider look.
 

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Ted,

I have these. Hope its what your after.

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Jay

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Thanks for the pictures this looks really nice. Do you notice any rubbing when flexing out wheeling? What pressure do you drop down too while wheeling, have you had any trouble with loosing the bead?
 
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