nope they wont cover the tire they just said that sidewall punctures happen
there isn't even 500 miles on them
and they have been in the rocks twice once on some sharp lava rock witch put some scary looking cuts in they sidewalls and once on some slick rock witch took out my sidewall
they are probably good tires if you run allot of fire roads but here in the desert we have allot of sharp rock every where and I just don't think I trust this tire to hold up very well
they pro comps I ran never got any scary sidewall cuts I did poke a hole in the sidewall but it was a piece of glass that did that I ran the xterrains in some heavy rock every weekend for a year and the sidewalls might of had some scuffs but no cuts
not saying that the pro comps are bullet proof its just a comparison
04 Sahara, with a lift, some stuff, and a few things, on some 33's, blah, blah, blah.
A perpetual work in progress. Too much to list, not nearly enough to matter.
My RigRater Score: 387RRv1.0 with a BOA of 18.92 (and just how exactly is this going to help me over that big arse rock?) http://www.myjeepsite.com/nregas1 Always do sober what you said you'd do drunk. That will teach you to keep your mouth shut.
~ Ernest Hemingway
i'm having a guy not far from me fabricate one for me. i got a stubby with shackle tabs. it will look pretty much like the BTF bumper (like the one MR. C had but without the stinger/receiver).
i was gonna get the warn but figure i could have one fabricated by this guy for the same price or a little less and it would be brand new instead of used. this guy is good. he has built a darn good looking rear tire carrier and he is only 22! looks like a master built it.
looks better than the nates4x4 style bumpers and its local and cheaper
Just finished installing the front OME shocks. Those things are beefy
Unfortunately it's 2:04 AM now and i have to wake up for work at 6:30AM so i will do the back tomorow after work.
Post some pics!!
flowmaster40,hpd30 with aussie locker,currie upper joints,4.88's, lca skids,chromo shafts,vanco brakes,d35 with super 35 and arb locker,re 4.5" springs,currie arms,re front uppers,Re shocks in back,walkerevens shocks up front, Re track bars with currie jj joints,anti rock,ss brake lines,re rear sway bar links,jks 1.25" bl and mml,bfg 35x12.5 km2's,craiger soft 8's,ome steering stabilizer,currie hd steering,rockmen front bumper,emp tank skid,lots more too.
Just finished them all and removed the rear sway bar completely from the axle.
Note the removed rear sway bar underneath my rig. If i knew they were gonna make so much difference i would have gotten them long ago.
Having 4:56 gears installed and having the trac and sway bar's removed while its at the shop.
4inch Rouch Country lift
3inch Body Lift
Mickey Thompson Classic II's with M/T 33"MTZ's
40 series Flowmaster
Smitybuilt Rock Crawler Bumper
WARN M8000 Winch(Thanks to my lovely Fiance)
Lock Right Rear Locker
No Trac Bar
No Sway Bar
Pro Comp Rear Bumper
6" Pocket flares
Jherrin, congrats on the new jeeper since i gues yesterday was the bug bite day...
as the jeep.. i finally got a chance to take a long drive to my college and back with my new OMEs.
They are pretty soft on bumps however they feel harder on turns and such. Still not soft enough to where you cant feel the bumps but its much better than what i had. Now my tj doesnt feel like it will fall apart.
Today was big for me, it was the first time I took the doors off my wrangler. I baught it first week of december and i live in northern ohio, today was the first day it got to 46 degrees F. I had heard lowering the soft top below 60 is a bad idea but windows rolled down just wasnt enough. My buddy said why not take the doors off. So i lifted them off and stuck them in the back and it was AMAZING! I was a little chilly and I had a sweatshirt on but it was better then any convertible or T-Top ive ever owned. The love for my jeep I already had just grew ten fold. Someone shoulda warned me about something this addicting