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Unread 04-18-2013, 03:14 PM   #1
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Anybody running 35 x 12.50's GoodYear Kevlar MTR on a SUA CJ7?

Going up to 35's this go round on tires. I have had the 33x12.50 original BFG MT's on my jeep forever. After looking over the options I cant afford Toyo OC MT's so its looking like the GY Kevlar MTRs this go round.

Anybody running these? How do you like them? Pics? Thanks.

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Unread 04-18-2013, 07:33 PM   #2
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I'm running them on my YJ in 35". I've upgraded to 44's front and rear with 4.10's and a detroit and a grizzly. I'm also still have a stock 4.2, weber and HEI and a 5 speed, ax-15. I ran them on 2 shake down rides, no traction issues, reasonably quiet on the highway. I'm running them on a 8" wheel, 4" back spacing, 3.5" springs, 1' bl, 1/2 boom shackles. I know it's not a 7 but any info is better than no info. Small amount of rubbing on rear fenders on full stuff, I haven't trimmed anything yet. Ron
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I'm running them on my YJ in 35". I've upgraded to 44's front and rear with 4.10's and a detroit and a grizzly. I'm also still have a stock 4.2, weber and HEI and a 5 speed, ax-15. I ran them on 2 shake down rides, no traction issues, reasonably quiet on the highway. I'm running them on a 8" wheel, 4" back spacing, 3.5" springs, 1' bl, 1/2 boom shackles. I know it's not a 7 but any info is better than no info. Small amount of rubbing on rear fenders on full stuff, I haven't trimmed anything yet. Ron

Thanks for the info. I have 4.56's and I think the 35s will be well suited for that gearing. I am lifted 4" but will probably end up have to get a body lift though. They are great looking tires and apparently they are good performers as well.
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I am happy with mine so far, I have only wheeled Moab with them but they worked great. I am running a 3" Black Diamond lift and 1" BL with 4.88 gears. I use Genright front fenders to get the needed clearance and found that I need to trim the rear some more.

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I wish i'd gone with 4.56 when I built the axles. On the trail I find myself between gears, 1st to low, 2nd to high. 4.56 would have matched up better for the type of wheeling I do in Ohio. Good Luck, Ron
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