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Old 05-31-2013, 10:15 AM   #31
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i'm considering these with an AEV 2.5" dual sport lift. i'm considering the 285/75/18 as well on the stock rims and wondering how that will work out. can't wait to hear your experience with them cokey4237.

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i'm considering these with an AEV 2.5" dual sport lift. i'm considering the 285/75/18 as well on the stock rims and wondering how that will work out. can't wait to hear your experience with them cokey4237.
That size is about a 35" tire. With a 2.5" lift, you need to be looking at 32s which are about 265-70-18...unless you're also running Metalcloak fenders or similar

Nevermind, that's for a TJ, I forget there are other jeeps besides TJ's and I'm usually posting in the TJ tech section.

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Old 06-04-2013, 12:10 PM   #33
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any updates cokey?
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Old 06-06-2013, 05:45 PM   #34
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any updates cokey?
Probably goin to get them mounted and on this sat. I literally just finished with the lift an hr ago. Not as easy as I thought. I only had my torque wrench, no drill :/ Never mind, I had a seized tire nut. Killed my time

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its looking sharp so far. job well done.
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On my Suburban (which I owned up until 2-weeks ago....sold for the Jeep) I was running the orginal Toyo ATs 35/12.5/20....i went through that set and then replaced them (same size) with the new AT2's / While the ride remained basically the same the AT2's were noisier at highway speeds and hummed around 75 whereas my orginal ATs did not hum whatsoever

Just my experience based on living with both of them - but again this was on an 07 Suburban with a 6" lift so might not be germane to our jeeps
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jadmt has the e rated version, and i have the p rated version...same size. both of us confirmed that these tires are quiet for the tread design. 35x12.5x20 is a not so common size for a jeep so maybe it does (hum) at higher speeds with that size tire...or maybe its the aerodynamic turbulence you get from the lift, but since you changed from the at to at2, maybe it is the tire.

cokey4237 will be our so called guinea pig since he has a lift. lol
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Old 06-11-2013, 08:55 PM   #38
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I finally had a chance today not by chance to review the grip during hard braking.

The car in front of me abruptly stopped due to another car trying to squeeze his way in from the on ramp. I was about 5 car lengths from the vehicle and once I saw smoke and hard screeching tires, I did the same.

The tires being big as they are helped in the stopping process. My gym back which I carry in the passenger seat fell onto the floor with a lot of force (just to get an idea)

I had the same experience with the sra's...but the sra's were "skidding" when I slammed on the brakes. With the at2, you can feel it working....it feels like the tires are gripping to the asphalt to stop. I was in control and for the first time ever, I felt confident that these tires would do its job since i had one hand resting behind the passenger headrest the whole process. That's what I was thinking about during the whole 5 second process... These tires are flat out ridiculous as I came to a complete stop 2 cars behind the car in front of me....the people behind me almost hit me and smoke was coming from their tires as well....the at2's didn't even smoke as I expected it to.
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Old 06-13-2013, 08:24 PM   #39
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^ ugh I hate stupid drivers. It takes 5 minutes to take the next exit and turn around. Instead they almost cause a pile up.
I work in providence which is top 5 worst cities in the country for driving. Twice in a week i was driving in my mail truck taking a left hand turn and someone tried to pass me on the left. Lol
Good to know your okay, no harm no foul other than an a rapid heart beat and white knuckles.
Also good to know the tires held up for you. Are you running stock breaks ?
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Old 06-14-2013, 09:14 PM   #41
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Nice.. I'm replacing my front pads on Monday with the addition of my jks track bar and FINALLY the tires. I won't be able to sleep for the rest of the weekend!! Wanted to have them done tomorrow but my buddy who owns the shop is going to is closing at noon tomorrow. :thumbsdown:
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Monday is too far away. Not only that....it's a MONDAY lol
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Old 06-15-2013, 10:47 PM   #43
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Ooooh it definitely seems like it. Obv still yet to sleep.. Now with my adrenaline pumping from the bruins game Im sure not too. Lol
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Old 06-16-2013, 11:34 PM   #44
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You'll definitely love their performance.
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cokey4237...its Mondaywe wanna see pics by the end of the day.
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Old 06-17-2013, 01:36 PM   #46
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I have been running toyo at 2's on my 2000 blazer for a few months now and hardly any tread wear very quiet and for an A/T tire they have been fantastic in the mud through huge puddles and in snow. Def the best tires I've had to date!
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Finally!! Totally digging it ! Quiet so far. Haven't driven much.. Literally just picked it up
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^any significant power loss cokey?
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Old 06-17-2013, 06:18 PM   #50
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Very little.. It's like having a car full if people.

I added about 150lbs to it in total.
I threw in the jks adjustable track bar today too.
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Mail man stopped by today...

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^ what size?
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^ what size?
35x12.50x18.
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Your gonna enjoy them. I hear very little to no humming on the hwy. getting a lot if compliments on them too. hopefully testing them out on the beach on Sunday
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I'm glad to hear that cokey... coming from the bigger lineup of toyo at2. jadmt said its pretty quiet too and not harsh. i've had pro comp xterrains on a tundra and those were noticeable in cabin while all windows are up and you can tell that they were rough even having the adjustable shocks at its lowest setting. these toyo at2s don't even make a sound with my top down on the jk. i can hear the tires from other vehicles when close on the road .... i'm glad that i went with these.

i'm gonna be mudding mine this Sunday with my local jeep club...we'll see how that goes. I'll be posting more reviews on the tires since i'll be out offroading more frequently once my lift arrives (still on backorder)
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I'm glad to hear that cokey... coming from the bigger lineup of toyo at2. jadmt said its pretty quiet too and not harsh. i've had pro comp xterrains on a tundra and those were noticeable in cabin while all windows are up and you can tell that they were rough even having the adjustable shocks at its lowest setting. these toyo at2s don't even make a sound with my top down on the jk. i can hear the tires from other vehicles when close on the road .... i'm glad that i went with these.

i'm gonna be mudding mine this Sunday with my local jeep club...we'll see how that goes. I'll be posting more reviews on the tires since i'll be out offroading more frequently once my lift arrives (still on backorder)
I take my blazer out in some pretty serious mud and I find the AT2's perform we'll beyond my expectancy for an all terrain tire
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thanks Tranquilturtle. thats reassuring. i also have some buddies to winch me out if in case i get stuck this weekend. So far, i've only managed dirt, and light rocks with the at2's.
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thanks Tranquilturtle. thats reassuring. i also have some buddies to winch me out if in case i get stuck this weekend. So far, i've only managed dirt, and light rocks with the at2's.
Just keep your momentum up check your puddle depth, and hopefully one of you has a winch or at least tow ropes
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check, check, and check. thanks bud. i'll be posting pics on Sunday.
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Just ponied up and ordered my at2s hope to have them and the teraflex leveling kit on my jku this week

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