My friend gave me 4 of these sidewinder radial tires that say 32x11.5 on the side. 2 are usable (were on front). I can get 2 more for under $200. Only thing is that they only measure a little over 30 inches as is (just tire, no wheel). Will it get bigger once its mounted and has air? It looked good on my friends jeep but am wondering on how high it will actually stand...
All tire makers make there tires a litle different so a 32 by one company might be the same as a 31 by another. Just because it says 32 or whatever doesn't always men that is what it will be.
When mounted it will still be smaller than 32. If your jeep isn't lifted then it will rub. Definately in the front when turning. If you are going to use these tires then I would make sure the other two you get are the same brand.
32X11.50/15 is a standard size.
2007, 4 door, powered by a minivan engine, locked and riding on 35's.
hey rex!what ever became of your brake/bearing problem?you can get 3 procomps for the price of 4 at 4 wheel parts.i bought 5 tires/rims,mounted and balanced for $800(mt's)wouldn't trade my mt's for anything!
who ever said putting a spool in a daily driver was a bad idea was just jealous he had not tried it first...
brake/bearing problem was just that.. the bearings were replaced and i had to get new rotors so i sprung for the performance slotted ones and i now have no more squeeking (even after going mudding) and stopping is alot better. Sorry i didnt update but i didnt think anyone was really that interested.