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Unread 10-30-2013, 07:02 PM   #1
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what a difference tires make in stance & look

same size tire, just different tread pattern and style of tire. Sure does make the jeep look better. Looks like a jeep with a small lift should look no, trail ready!

before

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Unread 10-30-2013, 07:04 PM   #2
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Looks good, I like my Duratrac's too.
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It went from looking kind of like a mall crawler to a real off road vehicle. It looks much better. Tires and wheels make the biggest difference on any car or truck.

I'm looking forward to when I swap my semi-bald 33's and black steelies, to 33" Cooper STT's and Ion Alloy 174's in the next few months.
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It went from looking kind of like a mall crawler to a real off road vehicle. It looks much better. Tires and wheels make the biggest difference on any car or truck.

I'm looking forward to when I swap my semi-bald 33's and black steelies, to 33" Cooper STT's and Ion Alloy 174's in the next few months.
thanks, and that will look nice. love the 174's. make sure you post pics. I thought of getting different wheels but I like these.
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