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post #1 of 15 Old 10-28-2012, 04:29 PM Thread Starter
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post #2 of 15 Old 10-28-2012, 05:25 PM
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very nice looking jeep what tires are those?
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post #3 of 15 Old 10-28-2012, 05:44 PM Thread Starter
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very nice looking jeep what tires are those?
They are Dicn Cepek Mud Country's. 33"

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Dick Cepek*

http://www.dickcepek.com/tires.php?item=MudCountry

I like them but might go with something a little cheaper neck time,
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Nice nice I'm running some mtz Baja MTS about 40% left on 2 tires lol but I have had them for 2 years and the guy before me for 2 years has next set might be something along the lines of some mud boggers if the wife allows haha
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I am looking at a set of 31" DC Mud country tires, $708 out the door. My concern is how loud are
they on pavement. I have a 2000 sport with a very old soft top and the wind noise is pretty bad now especially on the interstate. Also how much lift did you need to go to 33s? I love the look your tires give your jeep, rugged but not jacked up too high.

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I am looking at a set of 31" DC Mud country tires, $708 out the door. My concern is how loud are
they on pavement. I have a 2000 sport with a very old soft top and the wind noise is pretty bad now especially on the interstate. Also how much lift did you need to go to 33s? I love the look your tires give your jeep, rugged but not jacked up too high.
Thank you. I did a 3.25" Rough Country suspension lift.
http://www.roughcountry.com/jeep_tj_3.html

The tires actually are not bad at all. With that lift it rides feel is similar to stock and I just love the tires.
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15k for a fast sale are Tjs there rare or something lol
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OBO. It's not a clunker like most I've seen and its way cheaper than what dealerships are selling em for.
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It's only worth $10k-$11k. I think it's great if you can get $15k for it if someone doesn't do their homework. It looks like a nice Jeep though.
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It's only worth $10k-$11k. I think it's great if you can get $15k for it if someone doesn't do their homework. It looks like a nice Jeep though.
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So tjs are rare where u live lol
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So tjs are rare where u live lol
Ya. They were. I just moved here from Southern California. They are rare and expensive.
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