That's a little better!!
Swapped the stock tires for some slightly beefier 285/75/16s (still in stock wheels). Looks much better now IMHO. Just had to show off a bit.
Congrats it does look much better.
1992 XJ - '00 till '04 - RIP (thanks alot dave)
1995 XJ - '03 till '07 - Sold to the HUB
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2007 JK Rubi (Steel Blue)
Searching for an MJ
Isn't it amazing what one small change can make? Looks great!
2007 JK Wrangler Unlimited (Black), 4" SuperliftRanchoExpress Lift, 36" Super Swamper Irok's covering 16" ProComp's, AFE CAI, FlowMaster 40 Series, Shrockworks Rock Sliders, Rock Hard line of undercarriage skids, Warn Powerplant, Shrockworks Mid-width front bumper, Dana 44 Front
Originally Posted by tbrkek
That's the way it SHOULD look instead of those pathetic tires that they put on them. I just don't get it...those oem tires look wayyyy undersized. Wake up DC...stop putting go cart tires on these Jeeps!!!!
Lead, Follow or get outta the way!
2007 JK "X" 2dr Jeep Green,auto, 4.10's, 6 disc Infinity system with sub, 32's w/Pro Comp Xtreme Alloy Series 8179 wheels, Smittybilt SRC side bars,Sirius 1 unit, Magellan Maestro 3100 GPS . Former Jeeps...02 and 05 TJ Sports
SEMPER FI !
I did the same with stock wheels to the same size you did. The first thought I had when it was done was "why didn't it just come like that, NOW it looks like a jeep!"
Congrats! Good move!
Congrats! Good move!
2007 JK X 2dr. 6spd.
Steel Blue Hardtop
Virescit Vulnere Virtus
You dont have any rubbing issues or anything with these new tires right? Any problem in mounting them on the stock rims? Also.. what brand of tires are they, its hard to tell. I really like the look.
Originally Posted by Scootr
Jeep is #1
2007 Wrangler, 2dr. 33" Claws, Procomp Bead Sim 16", Fabtech 3" lift, 2,200 Watt Box w/Jenson Dvd/Xm Player, Dented Tailgate, Cracked Windshield, tree stump ding, I love it!
Originally Posted by fiasko915
They're the Definity Dakota MT's from pep boys (just too good of a deal to pass up w/ the buy 3 get 1 free). They're made by Cooper. Hell, if they last the 40,000 mile warranty, they'll be worth it.
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