Braking after putting JK Wheels on a TJ
I recently put 17inch Rubicon JK wheels on my 97 TJ - factory BF Goodrich Mud Terrain with very little wear. I used the SpiderTrax spacers.
Jeep rides nice and brakes smoothly at highway speeds, but braking gets rough from 15mph or so down to 0. Pedal doesn't pulsate, but it's loud and not smooth, and the front of the Jeep and maybe the tires feel to have some vibration in them. It's not like any braking issue I've encountered before. My wife said it sounds a little like a jet engine when stopping. It's only that last little bit of slowdown from around 15mph or so when coming to a stop.
Any ideas/suggestions to troubleshoot? Are these wheels/tires too much mass & weight for stock TJ brakes?