Which Treadwrights did you go with and how are they on road noise?
31" A/T Wardens clicky I ordered 6 (full size spare plus one if I get a tear or something). They have a good amount of noise more then stock, but bigger tire so I expected that. Overall for road noise i'll give them a 8/10. They did great at go topless day, without even airing down.
Ok so update on tire review...I did some playin around, found some wet sand and a rutted out track (ok didn't realize how bad of a rut it was until after I went in). I really like these tires. They're not the best in the mud, but they are A/T's not M/T's. They were great in the wet sand/loose dirt I could find. Overall very satisfied...next time I am going to go for the M/T's but with how much my this is my DD I didn't want to burn through the tread on those faster.
As for tomorrow: going to plasti dip my grill black, paint is shot so wtf why not. Same with the vents behind the rear glass. Sun has killed the paint there so going to sand those down some and make those black as well.
New rims next week hopefully. Still waiting to hear from notch customs, their last update pushed their production time another couple weeks at least. When I do get it I'll do a full write up on install and hopefully shortly after I'll get on a trail and test it out.
So finally at work computer where I can easily size edit. Plasti dipped the rear vents and front bumper. Ended up liking the way it's coming together knowing the future plans. Decided to do the rear license plate area as well to carry the black through. Like the way it came out.
Tip for anyone that does this that's not a pro painter, tape around the area, the get a large sheet of plastic, tape it a good foot or two around, then with an exato blade cut around where you're going to paint(be careful not to cut into your paint). Next tape the plastic to the first layer of painters tape. This will prevent any extra spray. Worked out great for me.
I like the vents and license plate surround! Really goes good offsetting the color of the Jeep. I may have to copy that...but will use Krylon semi-flat. I find that Plast-Dip gives it a texture that it attracts and keeps dirt. PITA to clean from what I have used on the interior.