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|12-10-2019 04:57 PM|
OME HD 3 inch with Wildpeaks 245/75/16
These tires really are amazing for A/T tires. It was surprising to me how quiet they are on the highway.
|11-21-2019 05:36 PM|
New 3" IRO and Wildpeaks
2002 4.0 4Ē lift 265/70/17. Iím 3 years on the wildpeaks and have zero complaints. Great traction on all surfaces. I off-road frequently and they perform well
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|11-21-2019 03:16 PM|
|Internationlrid||Thanks for all the great pics guys! I just installed my OME HD lift from Kolak and am getting the Wildpeaks in 245/75/16 next month just in time for winter. Seeing the combo with the 3" lift and this enact tire dimension is perfect for a daily driver that wants to get explore on weekends. Great looking Jeeps the lot of you!|
|06-12-2019 08:56 AM|
Thanks for the feedback - glad you like the tyres, I am very pleased with them on my WJ, especially as we are now in a typically wet English summer!
On another note, I don't know how many photos I've looked at on this forum but I have just noticed that the US WJ's don't have a repeater indicator (blinker) on the front wings (fenders) - can't believe I had not noticed this before.
|06-12-2019 12:47 AM|
Originally Posted by HampshireWJ View Post
I've put a few hundred miles on these and I can't say enough good things. They look SUPER aggressive but ride very nicely. There is some road noise vs my stock Goodyear Wrangler SR-A's, but it's not intrusive or annoying. The ride isn't more harsh than factory, and the added weight per tire isn't very noticeable. I do have the 4.7HO though, so folks with the 4.0 might struggle a bit more to get them up to speed vs stock tires.
Haven't done much offroading yet, but i did a 30 mile, steep dirt trail up to 3,000 feet near Mexico and I never lost traction on the switchbacks. All in all, I'm very pleased with my purchase.
|06-03-2019 03:51 PM|
|LuthWJ77||4" IRO critical path and 265 75 16 BGF KO AT. Used to work at Discount tire as a younger fella seeing how long these would last and how good they'd balance I'd never buy anything else. Just got back from Jeep Jamboree in Palo Duro lots of loose sand and dirt never even spun a tire these things went everywhere no problem. Oh and they ride super nice and quiet even 10ply rated on a WJ. Just no reason IMHO to buy something else to see if they might be as good. Chances are they won't be. My two cents.|
|06-02-2019 12:04 AM|
|HampshireWJ||SD, I see you went with the KO2's, when you have a few miles on them let us know what you think. The stance of your Jeep with that lift and those tyres looks really good, nice looking Jeep.|
|06-01-2019 11:24 AM|
I got my lift and tires Wednesday and took it wheelin on Friday. Thanks to
IRO 3" foundation series with Billstein 5100's. BFG all terrain KO2s in 245/70R17. Thanks for the tire size suggestions, I love the lift and the tires!
The 245/70R17 fits in the spare tire well but makes the cover stick up a bit. I'm going to air it down and see if it helps. No big deal if it doesn't.
|05-28-2019 06:53 PM|
|shastaklr650||I believe this tire size 245 75 16 fits in the spare well. I have read that the 265 just barely prevents the tires fit. I cannot speak to the diameter of the 17 when compared to the 16 being exactly the same.|
|05-28-2019 10:42 AM|
I'm running the IRO 3" and 265/75/16s I get some rubbing on the front I need to fix but otherwise I dig it!
|05-28-2019 10:15 AM|
Originally Posted by HampshireWJ View Post
The wife and I are planning another trip north in the future, and NH and Maine are more than likely the destination. We visited Boston (Bah-stun?) last fall and had a blast. Spent most of our time in Gloucester and the surrounding area. Had a cold and rainy day, so we just drove and went into NH and Maine, but nothing else other than that.
|05-28-2019 09:33 AM|
|CUFOR98||Looks good. I agree on @Kolak . I got my 4" IRO springs, isolators, shocks, and other stuff from him and he was very knowledgeable and a pleasure to deal with.|
|05-28-2019 09:09 AM|
DJ, if you were referring to my Jeep, then thank you for the comment - the photo was taken on a 'green lane' in the wilds of Hamphsire, in the background you can see a Series Land Rover, a Suzuki Grand Vitara and a Land Rover 101 (ex military) - oddly they always seem to want me to lead.
If you are going the IRO route then I suggest you mail [email protected] and talk to him on what you want from you Jeep, he'll advise on what's sensible and sort you some great prices. Good luck with your project.
|05-27-2019 08:11 AM|
|DJCantonGA||Your WJ looks great. I'll be getting rid of my spacer lift soon and going with a 3" IRO as well.|
|05-27-2019 04:54 AM|
I am finding the KO2's pretty good. I was after an all terrain tyre that offered good wet grip on the road and although not a problem for you in San Diego, was also a winter rated tyre, the KO2's fitted the bill. I am also pleased they fit the spare wheel space.
Prior to adding the IRO lift the WJ did not handle particularly well, due to a combination of worn tyres and worn out steering and suspension components. I went with the adjustable track bar, and Addco sway bar, as well as the Bilstein shocks, and Moog steering damper from IRO. I also changed all the tie rod ends on the front and did the spring isolators. The suspension and tyre combination now give a much better ride and I am much more confident in the handling of the car, I have not noticed them as being noisy either. Off road the tyres have also perfomed well - I am very pleased with them. They are a little more expensive in England than other AT tyres but I would recommend them if you need a good daily driver with reasonable off road ability.
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