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I have a new-to-me 2005 Liberty Limited 3.7 4X4 that's trail rated and am planing a road trip on Quebec's hwy. 389 and the Trans Labrador Hwy. 500 and would like to know what would be the best tires for the remote, mostly stone roads. The
Newfoundland Labrador Highway strongly recommend 10ply and 2 spares because flats are very common. I have heard that installing an inner tube would provide extra protection from punctures but don't know if that is true. What tire and wheels would be best to use? Also what are the best breaks for my Jeep? In 2014 I am planing to drive to the Northwest Territories, Yukon and Alaska's Dalton and Top Of the World Highways so the tires would be needed for that trip as well.


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