Didn't notice much difference going from the canyons and 31's to the AR767 and the 32's.....people always put down the 4 banger like it's weak but it's not....I also have 3.73 gears.....I haven't experienced any more lack of power with them
Very nice rig JC! I will have to make it down to a Blue MT. meeting and meet ya so I can put a face with the name. Looks great.
97 TJ 4 cyl/5 speed/4:88's,6+"of lift,37 Parnelli Jones on DC-1's,9"rear/Moser alloys,Dana30/Evolution alloys,lockers,cage, winch,4 to1 ,lots of other stuff!!!
Wife that hates my Jeep
Yeah i'll have to eventually make it to another meeting....haven't gotten to one in about 5 months i'm usually doing something else those nights....there is a pic of me somewhere at this forum....i think it's in that old thread Bios...how bout bios...in gen disc.....that way you'll be able to put a face with the name
I have BFG's on my Jeep...I had a Dodge PowerWagon with "aggressive" tires....road noise would make you deaf. Thats why I went with the BFG's on the Jeep.
How much difference is there between yours?
The TSL's are definitely louder no doubt....but they aren't annoyingly loud...more like a hum...kinda like an airplane It's louder compared to the BFG AT though...those tires didn't make any noise at all.. hth
Oh yea, when I had the bigger tires put on we rode about 45 miles to have them put on and on the way back you could tell a BIG difference in the ride of the Jeep. Much more better...(for those people with stock size tires on.)
The 32's fit really well with just a 2" lift. I went with the 2" because you basicly leave everything else stock. Don't have to lower the transfercase or extend teh brakelines or shocks.
I see the new Rubicon's have 31's....Ohhh like to get one of those....
I don't know if it's any different....my 2" was a full suspension lift...not the spacers...so i'm not sure if I have more room with mine that just with a spacer lift.....but either way i'm sure the 32's work fine...have plenty of room with mine