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Old 01-31-2010, 11:17 AM   #1
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biggest tires for a 05 unlimited?

I have an 05 unlimited with stock everything. how big of tires can i get? i was told 31x10.5 i thought i couldnt go over 31x9.5??

hell someone told me i could get 33x10.5 i laught at him.

i was thinking bf goodwrench AT. can i get an AT tire that will help against nails and stuff? or do i need to go to a MT for that?

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Welcome to the forum. 31x10.5 is the limit. That is what I run on mine with stock suspension. I run the goodyear duratracs and they seem to be a great tire so far on my dd. I can't really say how they would hold up to "nails and stuff", I try to avoid that sort of thing.

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Welcome to the forum. 31x10.5 is the limit. That is what I run on mine with stock suspension. I run the goodyear duratracs and they seem to be a great tire so far on my dd. I can't really say how they would hold up to "nails and stuff", I try to avoid that sort of thing.
my wife drives it a good bit and she has the habbit of running over nails for some reason. i know good year has the kevlar but its only mudtires it looks like

anyway the 31x10.5 will fit on the stock rim? i might have to get a set this week
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Is it a dd? Do you offroad it? All things to think about when choosing a tire. I did a lot of research into tires before I bought mine. The Duratracs were new at the time so there was not a lot of ratings for them. They were in my price range, looked agressive and were rated for what I needed, DD, rain, mud, etc. They turned out to be exactly what I needed. Great road manners, low noise, excellent rain, mud and even snow (for what little we get here). Take all things into consideration before purchasing.
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Old 01-31-2010, 05:28 PM   #5
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anyway the 31x10.5 will fit on the stock rim?
Yep. JD runs em on the stock Ravines. A wider tire would require wheel spacers or a wheel with more backspacing, like 3 3/4 to 4"
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Is it a dd? Do you offroad it? All things to think about when choosing a tire. I did a lot of research into tires before I bought mine. The Duratracs were new at the time so there was not a lot of ratings for them. They were in my price range, looked agressive and were rated for what I needed, DD, rain, mud, etc. They turned out to be exactly what I needed. Great road manners, low noise, excellent rain, mud and even snow (for what little we get here). Take all things into consideration before purchasing.
it is a DD. havent off roaded yet. never know..thats why im not going with a mudtire and going with an AT. we do get a good bit of snow too..ill check out the tires you have
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Yep. JD runs em on the stock Ravines. A wider tire would require wheel spacers or a wheel with more backspacing, like 3 3/4 to 4"
i was mainly afraid of them fitting on the stock rim. thanks for the info..

btw. love your signature you visit ar15.com at all? I mainly ask my stupid questions there rather than jeep forums hahah
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About the only gun forum I visit occasionally is the Ohioans for Concealed Carry site, but I'm really not that into talking about guns as much any more. They're just tools - I'm not in love with them - probably because I have to carry a GLOCK 17 all day everyday at work. So basically - I have what I need and I'll use them if I need to.

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