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WildTornado77
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Jewett City

Jeep Information

Year:1995

Model:Grand Cherokee Laredo

Engine:4.0

Transmission:Auto w/OD

Transfer Case:was 249 now 231

Front Axle:97 dana 30 3.55

Rear Axle:95 dana 35 3.55

Axle Gear Ratio:3.55

Suspension:FACTORY

Tires:225/75 R15

Wheels:7" x 15" factory

Armor:NONE

Recovery Gear:NONE

Accessories:STERO, CB RADIO

Future Modifications:TIRES & WHEELS


Right now just a winter vehicle, Now the age old question-- "Big fat tires to ride on top of snow or thinner to cut to the road?"

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Rod77zilla
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09-17-2012, 09:58 PM
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Originally Posted by WildTornado77
Right now just a winter vehicle, Now the age old question-- "Big fat tires to ride on top of snow or thinner to cut to the road?"
I live in Georgia so I only get to play in snow once every few years- so my opinion is based on observation not experience. But looking at the creative motorsports guys in Canada and bila bud benna guys in Iceland, it appears that huge, wide tires and big engines are the way to go. Google them and see if it looks like what you want to be able to do.


roughknight69

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10-15-2012, 06:58 PM
You want narrow on the road. Other wise you'll be more prone to float on top of slush etc. and end up in the ditch. Ever going from stock narrow to 10.5 wide was a huge difference in a bad way during the winter.


jeepgoonie

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10-18-2012, 04:27 AM
"Pizza cutter" thin tires are the way to go for getting through snow on the road. Like started in the last post, wider tires just float or act like a sled


WildTornado77
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12-20-2012, 08:32 AM
Here is a photo of my jeep named- Papa Tornado

Changed name of jeep to Silver Queen!









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