so im torn between 2 tires. Goodyear authority vs Falken rocky mountain 31x10.50x15 my brother has the Goodyear authority as a fullsize spare which is brand new and up close it looks like a really decent at tire for a dd. i dont mind or care if their walmart only tires that doesnt bother me.
I have 28k on mine, starting to show some wear. I do about 14k a year. 95% road (sadly) but drive aggressively (oops). Wondering if I can get through winter here in Northern Ma, Southern NH... They say they are 50k tires but I don't know, doesn't look like I will get that...Thx.
This weekend, Discount Tire Direct was running a special. 4 MB 72 wheels and 4 33x12.50-15 Hankook tires (just using a very popular and high quality example) would run you $855 delivered to your door after mail in rebates. Most places charge more than that for tires alone. DTD rocks. Hopefully they'll do another big sale this fall when the shopping season picks up.
'92 YJ - heavily modded
'96 ZJ - heavily modded
'05 KJ CRD Limited - 370 lb./ft. from a 4-cylinder and trail ready. Pure awesomeness.
'11 Mango Tango JKU Sport - Mods
'12 Dozer JKU Sport S - 6-speed - ACE rock rails - Max Tow package - Daystar spacers - 33x12.50 Duratracs
okay this is my first post and i just read through this entire thread I'm in the market for some new tires on my '01 Grand Cherokee limited, suspension is stock for the time being, want to do a 4" long arm at some point in the future, what is the biggest tire i can fit without any modifications? i believe the rims are 17"
Don't overlook Toyo's new AT-II. They redesigned the AT with an improved tread, new side wall and longer tread wear. Just put these on my pick-up a week or so ago. Obviously I'm happy with them at this point but haven't had them off road or in the snow yet.
I just put new 31 10.5 15 bfg at on my tj a couple days ago and they work awsome. My jeep crawled strait up a rock in 4 low and it was like nothing. I wanted the wrangler mtr with kevlar like I put on my old bronco but these where like 400 bucks less. they are not as flashy but they work great.
Well, it usually takes like 4 or 5 months to rack up 5k miles on the WK. So it doesn't really feel like I'm doing it all the time. I rotate the tires on my Chevy every other oil change, so about every 10k miles. But then again, I probably average at least 1600 miles a month on my Chevy.