planned to shop for tires and an old coworker gave me these from his yj
I got 4 p275/60r15 tires for free that came off my friends yj and only have 1200 miles on them. Essentially they are 29x11s and will work on 15x7s fine because thats what was on my friends yj. The question is, how stupid would these look on my cj7 or should I just go out and buy some like the original plan? Need help deciding
im about a year away from the trails from where i want my jeep to be. Im taking the shackles off and going with the originals. Its a stock refurbishment but I wouldnt hesitate to take it on the trails at some point.
In case you didn't catch it, that thread was created to poke fun at a new member who flooded the forum with ridiculously subjective threads, like "What color to paint my CJ?" and "Why are CJs cooler than other Jeeps?", among others.
He seemed incapable of making his own decision on the most basic things. When a few of us pointed out his insecurity, he got offensive and belligerent. He didn't last long after that.
thanks for the lookout but its hard for me to get offened by anyone. I mean my profession is being a computer nerd so i hear it all the time in the agency lol. I think the hardest decision im facing is this tire usage. Its nice of him to give them to me free but my plans were 235s or 30x9.50s. I did buy the renegade decal kit, ordered some epoxy primer from summit, and bought a case of the 3m undercoating so i have a direction lol
They should have nice streem manners lol and that hitch and haul carried many dead animals and now is going to carry luggage on the back of my cj as I journey to az with it in late march.
Before you decide to travel across the country with them, check the date code. The date code is a 4 digit number next to the DOT number and indicates the week and year of manufacture. If they are 5 years or older I would only drive on them locally.
I would rather have a tool I don't need, than need a tool I don't have.