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Reykoning

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Thanks, great to hear not much difference on paved roads. I still have the stock Goodyear Wrangler ATs, which for a AT tire it does not have a very aggressive tread. I was curious on whether the Grabber's, with their tread, were louder. Sounds like little or no difference.
Sound wise I haven’t noticed anything. I little different feel on paved road, but I think with the tread, it feels good! If you get some, let me know what you think.



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Sound wise I haven’t noticed anything. I little different feel on paved road, but I think with the tread, it feels good! If you get some, let me know what you think.
Might be awhile - hard to convince the comptroller (wife) you need new tires already when there's only 3,000 miles on the originals:).
 

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Hey All

Looks like I’m a little late to this party - I got my Jeep in late November 2018 and have been keeping an excel spread sheet of just about everything I’ve bought for my Jeep (and will eventually buy, which aren’t included here) along with service records and some other things.

Definitely a little OCD (I’m a project manager by trade) but figured it might be helpful for people who are looking for potential future mods.

Thanks for reading

 
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Hey All

Looks like I’m a little late to this party - I got my Jeep in late November 2018 and have been keeping an excel spread sheet of just about everything I’ve bought for my Jeep (and will eventually buy, which aren’t included here) along with service records and some other things.

Definitely a little OCD (I’m a project manager by trade) but figured it might be helpful for people who are looking for potential future mods.

Thanks for reading

Great post and really appreciate the links for the products you installed.
 

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took a few pics this weekend on medano pass.
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Travis, how are you liking the Toyos? And are you ready for some hockey???

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Travis, how are you liking the Toyos? And are you ready for some hockey???

Hope the Avs blast the Blues tomorrow to get this thing started right! :)
I'm really liking the Toyos and i actually got these on accident i wanted the Duratracs but i'm so glad i did.

Hell yea i am! as weird as it might be ...

oh yea here’s a pic for the thread
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I'm really liking the Toyos and i actually got these on accident i wanted the Duratracs but i'm so glad i did.

Hell yea i am! as weird as it might be ...

oh yea here’s a pic for the thread
Those Toyos are probably going to be my next set, having them in 285/75/17 in a C-rated is great, along w/ the 50k mileage warranty, snow rated, and not too heavy. Always had good experience w/ Toyo truck & street tires over the years :)
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Happy to report that I picked up my ‘20 JL Sport 6Spd this morning. Made the drive 2 hours for her. Drove great on the highway heading home. Looking forward to making her my own and learning from you all!
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Happy to report that I picked up my ‘20 JL Sport 6Spd this morning. Made the drive 2 hours for her. Drove great on the highway heading home. Looking forward to making her my own and learning from you all!
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Congrats on the Jl and being in the manual club and the granite crystal metallic club to boot
 

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Might be awhile - hard to convince the comptroller (wife) you need new tires already when there's only 3,000 miles on the originals:).
Haha I didn't let my husband get new tires till he put 50,000 miles in the original ones :like:
 

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Haha I didn't let my husband get new tires till he put 50,000 miles in the original ones :like:
You and my wife would get along great - I'll have to put either 50,000 miles on or at least have the wear bars start to show:). She's very frugal - I say cheap, the old tomato, tomato thing.
 

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You and my wife would get along great - I'll have to put either 50,000 miles on or at least have the wear bars start to show:). She's very frugal - I say cheap, the old tomato, tomato thing.
We put 50k miles on it in 2 years! You can do it :like: Just take her on lots of road trips:giggle:
 

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I was lucky that my wife let me get new wheels/tires day 1! .... the selling point was that you can usually sell brand new take off wheels and tires for a pretty good price.
 

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