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Old 01-02-2013, 02:26 PM   #31
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Old 01-08-2013, 05:20 PM   #32
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At work, but I'll have some better pictures tonight. Picked them up yesterday. Ride is smooth, and quiet. They are the 35's, and look more aggressive in person than the picture

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Old 01-08-2013, 11:19 PM   #33
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Here are some better pics
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Old 01-08-2013, 11:36 PM   #34
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At work, but I'll have some better pictures tonight. Picked them up yesterday. Ride is smooth, and quiet. They are the 35's, and look more aggressive in person than the picture
Is it me or is your rear sinking a good amount?
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Is it me or is your rear sinking a good amount?
It's the slope of my driveway that causes it to look like that. I'll take a picture tomorrow on a level surface
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Old 01-09-2013, 01:54 AM   #36
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I have them on my new Rubi, but I haven't driven it yet. I ordered DuraTracs but the supplier my builder uses was out when he placed the order, so he recommended these and I have to say I think they look better than the GY's.

My past experience with GY MT's left me wanting to park the Jeep every time it rained. The BFG's were not far behind as my least favorite wet weather tires.
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Old 02-03-2013, 10:59 PM   #37
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Old 02-13-2013, 07:16 AM   #38
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I put the P285/70/17's on my 2013 JKUR last night. No lift and no spacers with no rubbing on road or at full lock. The ride over the BFG KM1's I had is night and day and I love the look of the wider tire. It was dark when I had them installed so I will try and grab some good pics today so folks can see this setup with no spacers and no lift...
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Old 02-13-2013, 07:47 AM   #39
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I put the P285/70/17's on my 2013 JKUR last night. No lift and no spacers with no rubbing on road or at full lock. The ride over the BFG KM1's I had is night and day and I love the look of the wider tire. It was dark when I had them installed so I will try and grab some good pics today so folks can see this setup with no spacers and no lift...
Yes, please do. I really want to see how the P rated version of this tire looks visually. I know the LT versions are very aggressive, but the P version sounds a lot more mild according to their website. Hopefully it's still a good looking tire though.
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Yes, please do. I really want to see how the P rated version of this tire looks visually. I know the LT versions are very aggressive, but the P version sounds a lot more mild according to their website. Hopefully it's still a good looking tire though.
I will be sure to get some up close of the sidewall for you. I was a bit worried about the look of the P tires but was pleasantly surprised when I got home yesterday and saw then in the driveway...
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Old 02-22-2013, 09:56 AM   #41
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Old 02-22-2013, 11:30 AM   #42
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Yeah, post pics. I picked the P rated because they were cheaper. The side wall on that 35"LT looked nice. Hopefully the P rated looks as good!
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Old 02-22-2013, 05:39 PM   #43
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Here's mine with the Lt version 285 75 16

http://www.wranglerforum.com/f33/201...2s-220342.html
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P rated 285/70/17 no lift, no spacers on my 2013 JKUR.
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Bump this thread back up for any other pics or reviews on the 285/75-17 XT extreme E rated tires on a JKU. The stock tires on the 10th Anniversary are E rated KM2's so obviously Jeep doesn't feel E rates are too stiff for a Jeep but this so called Pizza cutter may be on my short list now.
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285/75/17 XT are 63lbs. Pretty heavy, although still performs exceptionally well in ALL terrains. Just ask any of the wf members running them in the thread below.

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Old 08-08-2013, 12:42 PM   #47
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I have the same tires with pro comp 7089 wheels. mine do not rub and they have been great so far. I have had them about 2000 miles. What psi is everyone running on theirs?
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^30psi p285/70/17. offroad @ 15psi.
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Old 08-22-2013, 07:04 PM   #49
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Bump again for any other pics or reviews on the 285/75-17 XT extreme E rated tires on a JKU. Budget boost OK too!
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Old 10-11-2013, 05:53 PM   #50
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Old 10-11-2013, 06:29 PM   #51
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I picked up the 35x12.5R17 XT versions and they are some impressive tires. REALLY heavy, especially to a guy who has been dealing with 40 aspect ratio/series tires on a sports car for the last decade. It blows my mind how much rubber is sitting in my garage right now!
35/12.5 vs 265/70

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Old 10-11-2013, 08:41 PM   #52
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That's some fat tire! Hope you're lifting over 2.5 inches. Please post pics when you get em' mounted up. Thx!
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Old 10-11-2013, 08:51 PM   #53
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That's some fat tire! Hope you're lifting over 2.5 inches. Please post pics when you get em' mounted up. Thx!
Mopar Stage 3 lift which is 3" and should keep the exact gap I have stock. Tires going up about 3" and lift going up about 3".
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Don't forget to divide you total added tire height increase by 1/2 (radial vs diameter increase)
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Don't forget to divide you total added tire height increase by 1/2 (radial vs diameter increase)
Oh yes, 31.7" high KM2 vs 34.5" ATII 2.8" difference so ~ 1.4" difference in ride height.

Mopar 3" lift Should gain me 2.5" over what my current 1/2" factory lift is showing. So the lift is about 1 inch more then the tire height difference so a gap increase of 1".

I just have a bit of a hard time accepting the tires are ONLY going to add 1.4" considering how drastically different they LOOK in size. Math says 2.8" difference but wow that looks a whole lot more then 2.8" to me (unmounted obviously)
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I think you'll be fine. The 3" Mopar should measure slightly taller than 3" to accommodate for added accessory weight and the tires should be a tad shorter when mounted. It'll be just right I bet. Can't wait to see the final pics!
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Old 10-27-2013, 03:49 PM   #57
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I've been chalking the tires and reducing air pressure since I put them on. Started at 43psi as per stock and then reduced about 2-3psi chalking in between to see where I was. Now at 32psi and still not rubbing all the chalk off the very outside edges.

Anyone else with a 4 door and 35/12.5r17 what pressure are you running? 28-30psi? Less?

When I flashcal'd the Jeep I put in for the TPMS alarm to go off at 28 since I figured I would be above that but that it would be close enough to catch if I got a leak. Looks like I may be going down to about 28psi full time.
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Did the tire chalking again with a little more fuel in the tank and this was the result:
I found that around 31 psi the chalk on the very edges of the tread was rubbed off nearly as quickly as the center so I figure 30-31psi is a pretty decent level for my tires on my Jeep at it's curb weight.

Basically I started at around 42psi in all tires, rubbed a piece of children's white sidewalk chalk over a full row of tread blocks in-board to out-board. Drove down the street 50-75ft and checked where the chalk wore away. Initially there was about 2 inches of chalk on the out tread blocks while the center was brushed off. I lowered PSI about 3psi and repeated until I got to about 31 where I felt the edges were brushed off nearly as fast as the center. Figure I had a half tank of fuel and only me so with more fuel/people/gear I would get a full contact patch and I wanted to err on the side of having a hair too much air then not enough and have the edge tread blocks wear faster then the center.
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Order 275/70/18's tonight.
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