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post #76 of 408 Old 01-31-2007, 10:12 PM
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My REVO's are too new to tell. I think the BFG's are supposed to wear like iron. The REVO's are probably softer, but have nice on road grip.
Agreed on the road grip; makes the TJ handle like an XJ, and an XJ can be driven damn near like a sportscar.

I got new Revos on the treadwear guarantee ( a major discount), and we'll see how they do. Just in time too; winter is here in Westsylvania.
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post #77 of 408 Old 02-01-2007, 12:11 AM
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I got new Revos on the treadwear guarantee ( a major discount), and we'll see how they do. Just in time too; winter is here in Westsylvania.
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How does the guarantee work? How many miles are REVO's guaranteed for? Do you have to show proof of rotations?


Thanks. I was not aware of a mileage guarantee.

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Pro comps here nice so far only 2000 miles
so far but hey buy 3 get one free

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post #79 of 408 Old 02-28-2007, 09:32 PM
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Haven't heard much about the Wrangler SA, they rate pretty high on tirerack.
Any opinions??
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post #80 of 408 Old 03-01-2007, 07:42 PM
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How does the guarantee work? How many miles are REVO's guaranteed for? Do you have to show proof of rotations?


Thanks. I was not aware of a mileage guarantee.
The guarantee is prorated against the projected mileage of the tire, which was (I believe) 40k.
The guy at the Bridgestone store tried to hard-*** me a little bit, but my tires have been rotated every 3k, and were worn straight and true; they also were correctly inflated when he checked...he may have been looking for a loophole!
Mine are the P-metrics; I understand they do not warrant the LT versions, although you might still be able to collect something.
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post #81 of 408 Old 03-03-2007, 10:06 AM
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Anyone running Dick Cepek Radial F-C II Tires? Opinions? can get a great deal on some Goodyear Wrangler SA. Any good on ice/snow?
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Anyone running Dick Cepek Radial F-C II Tires? Opinions? can get a great deal on some Goodyear Wrangler SA. Any good on ice/snow?
I've heard nothing but good things about the FC-II. I don't have any personal experience with them though.

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post #83 of 408 Old 03-25-2007, 09:54 AM
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has anyone tried Pirelli Scorpion ATR's? They are the highest rated a/t tire on tirerack. This is for a YJ that sees very little trails (I use my XJ for that). I have revos on the XJ, just thought Id look for something different.

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post #84 of 408 Old 03-28-2007, 11:33 PM
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Fc Ii

all,

The Cepek's FC II are fricking awsome so far. As soon as I got them I did some light off roading. They drive like a street tire on the road but still have the aggressive look. Unfortunatley I have the jeep torn apart and replacing the body.

Here is a picture before the tear down.

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all,

The Cepek's FC II are fricking awsome so far. As soon as I got them I did some light off roading. They drive like a street tire on the road but still have the aggressive look.
What size are the FCIIs in that picture?

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What size are the FCIIs in that picture?
33X12.5 x 15"

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post #87 of 408 Old 04-10-2007, 12:12 PM
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where to buy tires?

Where is a good place to get new tires...cheap? I have this site but am looking around. I can't get the "search" engine to work at the moment.

discounttiredirect.com

I need a spare for my GF's 2006 Commander. Full sized spare w/rim. I think it's P245/65R17 BSW All Terrain Tires.


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post #88 of 408 Old 04-11-2007, 04:10 PM
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Id recomend revos any day

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Any opinions on the Bridgestone Revos here? The MT/Rs will be for sale; I'm no rock crawler, and the Goodyears don't have much bite on wet roads.
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Moon
I put 54000 on a set of revos they were amazing on wet pavmnt and good in snow, once snow got to about 24 " started to be chancy
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post #89 of 408 Old 04-11-2007, 09:27 PM
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what kind and size of tires would be my best bet for my new 07 4 door wrangler x. I do some moderate offroading but i ride on road a lot as well. i dont want a lift though so what shoudl i go with.
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post #90 of 408 Old 04-18-2007, 09:26 PM
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These tires seem to be left out.... I will give a full report in the future when they are installed... Goodyear Silent Armors. 33x12.5x15


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