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post #1 of 8 Old 02-29-2012, 03:46 PM Thread Starter
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Quiet 35's

I want to put 35's on a 2011 JK Unlimited and i would like them to be quiet keeping in mind the size. I use a KTM to get deep into the woods or race, but love my Jeep to us there. I want the tire to look and or be somewhat aggressive. On my YJs I used interco TRXUS MTs and though they started real quiet they got loud fast. On my YJ I used Mud King XTs that were quiet but didn't wear well and Goodyear Duratracs were great but cant find them larger than 31's. Does any one have some real life suggestions? I saw Dick Cepek FC 2, Dick Cepek Mud country, Pro Comp Xterrain, Pro Comp Xtreme all terain are supposed to be quiet any input will help.

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post #2 of 8 Old 02-29-2012, 07:35 PM
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I have Duratracs. They are 315/70-17. All five mounted, balanced, installed etc with tax was about $1,600. Fantastic tire so far. Much much better thuan BFG at that I had before.

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X2 for Duratracs. I have 315/75/16s on the tj and the soft top is 10x louder than the tires. also have a set on my kj in a 31/10.50/15 and it also is nice and quiet
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Thanks folks for taking the time to reply. I guess I have to find a new tire guy. He was telling he couldn't get anything bigger than the 31's I had on my TJ. O agree they were great.
It's annoying he was seeing the 315 metric 35's. They have been around for close to 50 years! I'll try them again.
Is it possible they don't offer the duratrac in that size anymore?
Thank you again for your replies!
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not bad for an mt

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BFG AT or GY Duratrac


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