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post #601 of 651 Old 06-19-2014, 12:17 PM
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I've been looking for a few years to replace my old 33x10.5 BFG AT's with something of a similar size. Recently at work we just started carrying a new brand of remoulded (not retreaded) tires that are made right here in Canada (well sort of...if Quebec counts ) out of recycled rubber. These are 32x10.15 R16 and measure out very close to 33", I can also get them at cost through work so they are easy on the bank account, however good luck to you Yankees trying to find them through any of your suppliers. I anyone is interested PM me and I will give you the contact info of where you can find them if you are willing to get them shipped..

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They are very similar tread to some Simex tires that are popular across the pond. Very good first impression so far however only time will tell..


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post #602 of 651 Old 06-19-2014, 12:28 PM
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Those look gnarly!
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Just to contribute to this thread...

I've been looking for a few years to replace my old 33x10.5 BFG AT's with something of a similar size. Recently at work we just started carrying a new brand of remoulded (not retreaded) tires that are made right here in Canada (well sort of...if Quebec counts ) out of recycled rubber. These are 32x10.15 R16 and measure out very close to 33", I can also get them at cost through work so they are easy on the bank account, however good luck to you Yankees trying to find them through any of your suppliers. I anyone is interested PM me and I will give you the contact info of where you can find them if you are willing to get them shipped..

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They are very similar tread to some Simex tires that are popular across the pond. Very good first impression so far however only time will tell..
Would that be a Techno Excavator?
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post #604 of 651 Old 06-20-2014, 10:09 AM
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Would that be a Techno Excavator?
Yes sir

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post #605 of 651 Old 06-21-2014, 10:11 AM
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I love the simmex look. How much do the 34 or 35" cost? Please report back on how they do, especially on the road. They look great for the mud.

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post #606 of 651 Old 06-23-2014, 08:17 AM
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I love the simmex look. How much do the 34 or 35" cost? Please report back on how they do, especially on the road. They look great for the mud.
Unfortunately the biggest size they offer is 32x10.50 R16, they seem to measure true or even pretty close to 33", however. The cost is quite reasonable since they are remolded...one thing I noticed is it says the max speed is 80 km/h (~50 mph) on the sidewall! I've had them up to 100 km/h with no issues but that was before I saw the warning...

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post #607 of 651 Old 07-30-2014, 08:39 PM
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Just joined the Pie Cuttin Crowd with some 33x10.50x15 KM2's on 15x7 Cragar D Windows. Cant wait to test them on the trail!
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post #608 of 651 Old 07-30-2014, 11:56 PM
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what suspension set are you running? Stock wheelbase?

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post #609 of 651 Old 07-31-2014, 07:46 AM
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what suspension set are you running? Stock wheelbase? 1990 YJ 4" RC lift, no track bars or sway bars, 35s, stock axles, MC fenders, tom woods drive shafts, advanced adapters sye kit,
I am running 5 inch bds springs and a 1 inch daystar bl, my wheel base is just a hair past 96 (I run my springs backwards for a small stretch)

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I am running 5 inch bds springs and a 1 inch daystar bl, my wheel base is just a hair past 96 (I run my springs backwards for a small stretch) Sent from my iPad using JeepForum
thank you. what did you pull the axles from?

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33x10.5x15 KM2's on TJ 8" wheels. 4" susp lift and 1" wheel spacers to keep the tires away from the springs. Love these tires



My son's first time behind the wheel. He had a ball



They stuff nicely.


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post #613 of 651 Old 08-22-2014, 05:11 AM
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Nice YJ



My son's first time behind the wheel. He had a ball




Nice YJ.
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33x10.5-15 BFG AT's on Stock TJ 15x7 wheels.

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