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Old 08-29-2011, 10:25 PM   #91
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Ok DT, I just waded through a few threads and have decided on the tire size I want on my stock 16's. 285/75/16 seems to be an agreeable fit, but the tire is a toss up. BFG AT, or BFG MT KM2. Any suggestions? The agressive tread on the MT would suit me best, but the tread wear on the AT is very appealing. What kind of tread wear can I expect out of the MT?

Also, I live in Killeen and there is a DT here, but the prices seem to be just as high or higher than anyone in the surrounding area. Would it be cheaper (after I pay for mount and balance) to order online?

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Ok DT, I just waded through a few threads and have decided on the tire size I want on my stock 16's. 285/75/16 seems to be an agreeable fit, but the tire is a toss up. BFG AT, or BFG MT KM2. Any suggestions? The agressive tread on the MT would suit me best, but the tread wear on the AT is very appealing. What kind of tread wear can I expect out of the MT?

Also, I live in Killeen and there is a DT here, but the prices seem to be just as high or higher than anyone in the surrounding area. Would it be cheaper (after I pay for mount and balance) to order online?
The tire that is best for you will be the one that fits your driving style, conditions and wants. BFG AT KO's are great tires. They are are known for their wear. They do excellent in snow and on ice and they do great in most off-road conditions. The KM2 one of the kings of the MT world. These are outstanding MT tires. They are relatively quiet on the road, they do great offroad and they wear well. They won't get the miles that the AT KO will but for an MT they do great.

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Thanks to Discount Tire for the great customer service and great price on a beautiful set of rims.
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What size are the tires/wheels/backspacing?
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What size are the tires/wheels/backspacing?
33x12.5x15. I forget what the backspacing is, but I think it's 3.75.
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I have a 08 2dr Rubicon with a 2 1/2" lift, will 33x12.5x15 on MB72's fit without rubbing. Concerned about hte 3.75 backspacing
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I have a 08 2dr Rubicon with a 2 1/2" lift, will 33x12.5x15 on MB72's fit without rubbing. Concerned about hte 3.75 backspacing

The reason I ask about the Backspacing is that from the pics, it looks like these tires do not extend past the stock flares/fenders... a year ago I tried one wheel with these tires at DT and it stuck out past the flare/fender about 1.5" but I didn't know the backspacing. Anyway I went back to OEM 17" wheels/tires until I could find out how to fix it so that the tire doesn't extend past the flare/fender. The OEM wheels have over 5" of BSpacing, IIRC.
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I have a 08 2dr Rubicon with a 2 1/2" lift, will 33x12.5x15 on MB72's fit without rubbing. Concerned about hte 3.75 backspacing
Yes the 15x8 ET-19 (3.75" BS) with 33x12.50-15's will work with no rubbing on your 08. You could even go up to a 35" tall tire if you wanted to

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The reason I ask about the Backspacing is that from the pics, it looks like these tires do not extend past the stock flares/fenders... a year ago I tried one wheel with these tires at DT and it stuck out past the flare/fender about 1.5" but I didn't know the backspacing. Anyway I went back to OEM 17" wheels/tires until I could find out how to fix it so that the tire doesn't extend past the flare/fender. The OEM wheels have over 5" of BSpacing, IIRC.
The 15x8 ET-19 (3.75" BS) will stick out past the fenders on the JK (see the picture below). If you want a wheel that doesn't stick out, you'll need to find a 16" or 17" wheel that has around 5" of backspace.



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Lets see some more pics! Any new members out there with a new set of 15" MB72s?
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Yes the 15x8 ET-19 (3.75" BS) with 33x12.50-15's will work with no rubbing on your 08. You could even go up to a 35" tall tire if you wanted to



The 15x8 ET-19 (3.75" BS) will stick out past the fenders on the JK (see the picture below). If you want a wheel that doesn't stick out, you'll need to find a 16" or 17" wheel that has around 5" of backspace.
Sunnykk has 16 inch @ 4.5BS. And they stick out just a bit.

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Sunnykk has 16 inch @ 4.5BS. And they stick out just a bit.

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Nice look, the gnarly treads of the DT's sticking out of the wheel well...
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Any idea if the mb wheel chaos 5 15" will fit a '12 jk unlimited?
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Yes, it will.
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I want to run a 16x9 wheel with a 4.5 BS with a 33x12.5 tire on a stock 2012 jku will that work and if so what else do I need to order to complete the project pressure sensor and lug nuts and also dose my spedo and tax have to get reclabrated
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I want to run a 16x9 wheel with a 4.5 BS with a 33x12.5 tire on a stock 2012 jku will that work and if so what else do I need to order to complete the project pressure sensor and lug nuts and also dose my spedo and tax have to get reclabrated
Yes, that will work fine. Thought most 16" wheels have a width of 8.5", not 9", but that won't have any affect on it. You'll only need TPMS sensors if you want to keep them. If you don't want to mess with them, you can skip putting them in and just live with the TPMS light like I am. Or you could go with a procal and set the threshold to 0 and be good to go. The procal would also allow you to fix any issues you may have with your speedo, tach, etc. My speedometer is dead on with the new 33s. As for the lug nuts, that depends on the wheel you go with. For mine, I needed new ones. But that was ok since I wanted to go with black ones anyway.
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Well, I guess I will have to order them when the jk gets here. Thanks.
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Also, if I add 4 tires and 4 wheels to the cart, will they come mounted and balanced for free or is that only on certain packages? And on the lug kit, how to I specify which thread I need?
I have ordered wheels and tires before from dtd, but not at the same time.
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I have ordered wheels and tires before from dtd, but not at the same time.
Simplest thing would be to just call them up when you are ready to order. They will get you all squared away.
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Does n e one no what is the biggest tire I can put on a stick Tj it's a 15 inch wheel ps I new the the forum
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I only know JKs, so I can be of no service here. Lol.
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What lift on the TJ? If none, a 30" will fit stock, 31" will get slight rub at full stuff or full lock depending on wheels. If lifted, the possibilities are endless.
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I want to run a 16x9 wheel with a 4.5 BS with a 33x12.5 tire on a stock 2012 jku will that work and if so what else do I need to order to complete the project pressure sensor and lug nuts and also dose my spedo and tax have to get reclabrated
4fit is correct. Finding a 16x9 will be difficult. 16x8.5 is most common. 16x8.5 with a -6mm offset = 4.5" backspace and it will fit just as good as a 16x9 with 4.5" of backspace.

When it comes to TPMS sensors you have a few options. You can purchase new TPMS sensors and have them installed in your new wheels or you can have a local installer remove the OE TPMS sensors from your stock wheels and install them into your new wheels.

Most aftermarket wheels require aftermarket lugs. Lug holes on aftermarket wheels are usually smaller than on factory wheels. Your stock lugs might fit but without a thin walled socket you'll likely end up scratching up the lug holes when you install them. We sell Gorilla lug installation kits that are a special spline drive lug. They come with a thin walled socket key and the socket key will work with your factory tire iron.

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Yes, that will work fine. Thought most 16" wheels have a width of 8.5", not 9", but that won't have any affect on it. You'll only need TPMS sensors if you want to keep them. If you don't want to mess with them, you can skip putting them in and just live with the TPMS light like I am. Or you could go with a procal and set the threshold to 0 and be good to go. The procal would also allow you to fix any issues you may have with your speedo, tach, etc. My speedometer is dead on with the new 33s. As for the lug nuts, that depends on the wheel you go with. For mine, I needed new ones. But that was ok since I wanted to go with black ones anyway.
Thank you for your comments you are right on!

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Also, if I add 4 tires and 4 wheels to the cart, will they come mounted and balanced for free or is that only on certain packages? And on the lug kit, how to I specify which thread I need?
I have ordered wheels and tires before from dtd, but not at the same time.
Yes we will mount and balance any wheel and tire package you purchase from us unless you ask us not to. If you specify your vehicle we will make sure you get the correct lug kit. Give us a call when you are ready to order. Anyone here would be happy to help you. We also give WF members $50.00 off their total when they purchase any 5 tires for their Jeep (mail order discount only). All you need to do is call in your order and mention this website.

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Does n e one no what is the biggest tire I can put on a stick Tj it's a 15 inch wheel ps I new the the forum
31x10.50R15 is the largest on a stock TJ. I would look into a small 1.5-2.5" suspension lift. These are inexpensive and will really improve the look and off-road capabilities of your jeep while also giving you some extra clearance for larger tires.
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I am in the market for different wheels and tires. Currently I have 265/70R17 Nitto Terra Grapplers. They came brand new on my 2010 4 door. I'm going to be selling them because I don't care for them that much.

I like the style of the 15" MB72. For the tires I want the 33" Goodyear Duratracs. I really like the look of the tires sticking out past the fenders (the more the better IMO). The MB72 have a 3.75" backspacing. Do they have wheels with less backspacing then 3.75"? I think I want my tire to stick out a little more then what I've seen on here. Sorry I'm fairly new to this.

Currently I do not have a lift but I plan to get a TF leveling kit later down the road. Daily driver and I don't want to go bigger then 33s.

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I am in the market for different wheels and tires. Currently I have 265/70R17 Nitto Terra Grapplers. They came brand new on my 2010 4 door. I'm going to be selling them because I don't care for them that much.

I like the style of the 15" MB72. For the tires I want the 33" Goodyear Duratracs. I really like the look of the tires sticking out past the fenders (the more the better IMO). The MB72 have a 3.75" backspacing. Do they have wheels with less backspacing then 3.75"? I think I want my tire to stick out a little more then what I've seen on here. Sorry I'm fairly new to this.

Currently I do not have a lift but I plan to get a TF leveling kit later down the road. Daily driver and I don't want to go bigger then 33s.

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Look into the 15" Level 8 Trackers. They have an offset of -30 which equates to a backspacing of 3.32". I had actually ordered those myself, but talked myself out of it. They just stick out too far for my liking. Plus they will absolutely cover the sides of the Jeep with anything you happen to drive through as well as putting that much more stress on the wheel bearings and ball joints.
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Like 4fit mentioned, the 15x8 ET-30 Level 8 Tracker is the best option for what you are looking for BobU05. This model will sit out about 1/2" further than the set-up pictured below.




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Thanks for the replies! That's exactly what I'm looking for I think. I do like those, I think black is the way I want to go. My next question is about the TPMS. The wheels and tires I currently have on my Jeep (aftermarket) do have the sensors in them. When Discount Tire ships my wheels and tires to me, whats the best way to get the sensors in there? Have to pay a shop locally to transfer them then rebalance? I am about 3 1/2 hours to the nearest store but may consider making the drive if it's all included in the price.

Otherwise if I choose to not run the sensors (unlikely) is there a way to shut the light off?

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Thanks for the replies! That's exactly what I'm looking for I think. I do like those, I think black is the way I want to go. My next question is about the TPMS. The wheels and tires I currently have on my Jeep (aftermarket) do have the sensors in them. When Discount Tire ships my wheels and tires to me, whats the best way to get the sensors in there? Have to pay a shop locally to transfer them then rebalance? I am about 3 1/2 hours to the nearest store but may consider making the drive if it's all included in the price.

Otherwise if I choose to not run the sensors (unlikely) is there a way to shut the light off?

Thanks for the help!
You have a few options.

If you purchase the wheels and tire from us via mail order here at Discount Tire Direct, we can install new TPMS sensors ($37.00 per wheel) prior to shipment. We do mount and balance all wheel and tire combinations for FREE. We can also ship the wheels and tires loose (not mounted) and you can take them locally to have the TPMS sensors swapped over. Local shop rates would apply. You could also run the assembly without sensors like you noted. There are programmers (ProCal being the most popular) on the market that give you the ability to shut off the TPMS warning light.
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If you purchase the wheels and tire from us via mail order here at Discount Tire Direct, we can install new TPMS sensors ($37.00 per wheel) prior to shipment. We do mount and balance all wheel and tire combinations for FREE. We can also ship the wheels and tires loose (not mounted) and you can take them locally to have the TPMS sensors swapped over. Local shop rates would apply. You could also run the assembly without sensors like you noted. There are programmers (ProCal being the most popular) on the market that give you the ability to shut off the TPMS warning light.
Thank you for the reply. Looks like I have some thinking to do before I pull the trigger. The TPMS sensors sure add up in price. Could you give me a quote for 5 15x8 ET-30 level 8 trackers (polished) and 5 33x12.5 Goodyear Duratracs with the sensors and everything I need to bolt them right on. I have a 2010 JK 4 door.

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