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Old 03-07-2012, 08:50 AM   #31
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Can't argue with next to free changes though. So whatcha think Jim between those two sets of tires?

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personally, if you're sticking with 35s, I would go with the duratracs. Seem like such a great all season tire. Although mtr/ks are what I'm chasing. they look so awesome!
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personally, if you're sticking with 35s, I would go with the duratracs. Seem like such a great all season tire. Although mtr/ks are what I'm chasing. they look so awesome!
But the Duratracs aren't offered in 35s for the 15" wheel he is running. He would have to get new wheels as well.
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But the Duratracs aren't offered in 35s for the 15" wheel he is running. He would have to get new wheels as well.
oh wow, I didn't even realize that; for some reason I thought they did!

well, in DTD's offering, my top pick would still be the goodyear mt/r k. runner up, for looks, would be the kumho venture (actually the tire I was going to get when I wanted 35s, I think dtd still has a quote sitting together for me for them!). In terms of a great tire though, I might look at the falken wildpeak. aggressive AT, will handled similar to the duratrac.
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Can't argue with next to free changes though. So whatcha think Jim between those two sets of tires?
I'm pretty biased on Hankook Dynapro 33's--no need for 35" tires, way to much suspension wear/stress/clearance-for WHAT ?--LOOKS-

I've had no trouble on the Rubicon following "BIG" rigs/w 35/37" and they break things a lot--I don't" Auto helps, in very rocky terrain !

Especially when you airdown a 35" tire--thats already less than 34", air'd down then it's less than 33"--for what? you're already back to stock suspension clearance- so it must be "the footprint" ?

What do you need a bigger footprint for, unless you spend a lotta time on the cliff edge ?

I only airdown in snow/washboard/shale-

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Probably not a good idea to ask me about 35" tires--




I'm pretty biased on Hankook Dynapro 33's--no need for 35" tires, way to much suspension wear/stress/clearance-for WHAT ?--LOOKS-

I've had no trouble on the Rubicon following "BIG" rigs/w 35/37" and they break things a lot--I don't" Auto helps, in very rocky terrain !

Especially when you airdown a 35" tire--thats already less than 34", air'd down then it's less than 33"--for what? you're already back to stock suspension clearance- so it must be "the footprint" ?

What do you need a bigger footprint for, unless you spend a lotta time on the cliff edge ?

I only airdown in snow/washboard/shale-

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I think alot of it comes down to landscape. I think I would be happy performance wise with a smaller tire, but in new england, everything is always slicked up. I have yet to do a run were the obstacles were dry. so taking a big 37 and airing it down to 8psi, makes for a nice big grippy piece of rubber that helps you climb up a mud covered ledge. Totally agree that in a dryer environmental, the only need for a big tire is to go over a really really big rock! of course, they I wouldn't be looking at mt's, I'd be all over the at's!

Although, I have to admit. I could probably be just as happy with a set of 35s as I would be with some 37s. So I am going the 37 route purely for looks. Because my wife said so. Can't argue with the little ladies!
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I think alot of it comes down to landscape. I think I would be happy performance wise with a smaller tire, but in new england, everything is always slicked up. I have yet to do a run were the obstacles were dry. so taking a big 37 and airing it down to 8psi, makes for a nice big grippy piece of rubber that helps you climb up a mud covered ledge. Totally agree that in a dryer environmental, the only need for a big tire is to go over a really really big rock! of course, they I wouldn't be looking at mt's, I'd be all over the at's!

Although, I have to admit. I could probably be just as happy with a set of 35s as I would be with some 37s. So I am going the 37 route purely for looks. Because my wife said so. Can't argue with the little ladies!
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personally, if you're sticking with 35s, I would go with the duratracs. Seem like such a great all season tire. Although mtr/ks are what I'm chasing. they look so awesome!
15 C's?

To my surprise. The load C is not much heavier than the BF 35x15
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I think alot of it comes down to landscape. I think I would be happy performance wise with a smaller tire, but in new england, everything is always slicked up. I have yet to do a run were the obstacles were dry. so taking a big 37 and airing it down to 8psi, makes for a nice big grippy piece of rubber that helps you climb up a mud covered ledge. Totally agree that in a dryer environmental, the only need for a big tire is to go over a really really big rock! of course, they I wouldn't be looking at mt's, I'd be all over the at's!

Although, I have to admit. I could probably be just as happy with a set of 35s as I would be with some 37s. So I am going the 37 route purely for looks. Because my wife said so. Can't argue with the little ladies!
I've seen your underside. 35's are way to small for your rig
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I've seen your underside. 35's are way to small for your rig


time to go to 40s!
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15 C's?

To my surprise. The load C is not much heavier than the BF 35x15
Everytime I see a "E" load, or talk to something using it, they seem to hate it! JK's/JKU's are not nearly heavy enough for an E load! Tires won't flex at all, and the ride is miserable. I would want it nice as soft, if you're gonna go wide with tall sidewall, make sure that sidewall can flex!
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time to go to 40s!
you need that PR-44 first.
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Yep. The older MTR that was on the TJR "stock" was a 31x16 load E.

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you need that PR-44 first.
have you written that check to the IRS yet? remember, this year they changed the mailing address.

its now

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and make the check out to cash. you know, because we're the gvt and we know best! also, in the memo, note that its for "PR44". its the new code we use for taxes
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Better rethink that-- the avg JKU weighs 4900 lbs/w people/load-


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Everytime I see a "E" load, or talk to something using it, they seem to hate it! JK's/JKU's are not nearly heavy enough for an E load! Tires won't flex at all, and the ride is miserable. I would want it nice as soft, if you're gonna go wide with tall sidewall, make sure that sidewall can flex!
Thats Pickup weight--mine weighs ovwer 5200 lbs--couldn't care about the slight difference between "D"/"E" load rate-

My Hanlook "D", I've had to 5 psi--no question of flex--

In the '70s, I ran my 6000lb Dodge Ramcharger on BFG "C", but that was for snow--

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About the larger footprint, I was looking at a set of 35x12.5 next to my 33x12.5 both on 15s and they were exactly the same in width only the 35 was about 2" taller. Wouldn't that negect the advantage of a "bigger footprint"?

Us Jeepers are as indecisive as females sometimes. Maybe I should just stay with 33s..."sniff"
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About the larger footprint, I was looking at a set of 35x12.5 next to my 33x12.5 both on 15s and they were exactly the same in width only the 35 was about 2" taller. Wouldn't that negect the advantage of a "bigger footprint"?

Us Jeepers are as indecisive as females sometimes. Maybe I should just stay with 33s..."sniff"
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Thats Pickup weight--mine weighs ovwer 5200 lbs--couldn't care about the slight difference between "D"/"E" load rate-

My Hanlook "D", I've had to 5 psi--no question of flex--

In the '70s, I ran my 6000lb Dodge Ramcharger on BFG "C", but that was for snow--

I'ts up to the individual--really !

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I agree 100%. I'm just saying, in terms of the tires I see and the drivers I talk to. You can see guys with a set of toyo open countries drop down to 10 psi, and then climb a ledge, and the tire looks the exact same as when he drove into the parking lot that morning! Some people might like that, but overall, most "e" load mt's are very very stiff, and it makes for a not very forgiving ride, on and offroad. the whole point of airing down is to flex the sidewall! granted, you usually don't have a choice; if you have a tire size you want, it will come in one load rating. (certain 33s and 35s will come in either 35 or 315 and so will have 2 different load rating for the same size, but its not common). I'm just saying, if you are looking at a 35, and you have the choice between "c", "d", and "e", the e will give the harshest ride, as well as being the heaviest of the 3 ratings!
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About the larger footprint, I was looking at a set of 35x12.5 next to my 33x12.5 both on 15s and they were exactly the same in width only the 35 was about 2" taller. Wouldn't that negect the advantage of a "bigger footprint"?

Us Jeepers are as indecisive as females sometimes. Maybe I should just stay with 33s..."sniff"
a taller tire in the same width just allows for more sidewall flex. that means the tire will have an easier tire forming to the terrain while maintaining shape and height!
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I agree 100%. I'm just saying, in terms of the tires I see and the drivers I talk to. You can see guys with a set of toyo open countries drop down to 10 psi, and then climb a ledge, and the tire looks the exact same as when he drove into the parking lot that morning! Some people might like that, but overall, most "e" load mt's are very very stiff, and it makes for a not very forgiving ride, on and offroad. the whole point of airing down is to flex the sidewall! granted, you usually don't have a choice; if you have a tire size you want, it will come in one load rating. (certain 33s and 35s will come in either 35 or 315 and so will have 2 different load rating for the same size, but its not common). I'm just saying, if you are looking at a 35, and you have the choice between "c", "d", and "e", the e will give the harshest ride!
Agree. This is the biggest reason I've been considering just getting a set of 35s because I would be able to get them in a Load C on my 15x8s. It can't be that bad even on 3.21s and manual.
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this is a picture I have from a recent run. 37s, its hard to see, but that bottom part of the tire isn't tucked into the rock, its actually folded over onto the rock!
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I don't like KOs myself, but you have to consider how you're going to use it, so I understand why they would make your list.
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ESP, you clearly have a problem.

That's the first step in dealing with it--you need to acknowledge it. Stand up, look around, and declare out loud that "I'm ESP, and I have a problem."

Then sit down and say "M'eh, screw it, I'm buying 35s."

Seriously, it's not like you'll have an issue selling your DTs. If you've got the cash, just do it. Maybe hang on to your DTs for a few weeks just to see if the power/mileage losses will be too much (I doubt it), in which case you can sell the 35s instead.

You're well past the point of "wasting" money, so you might as well get what you want so you can quiet your inner Jeeper. You've been agonizing for months--it's not going to stop and you'll never decide you really don't want them.

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Well, I think a MAJOR part of the 35" draw is social and I'm guilty ofit to, but to a lesser degree-


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About the larger footprint, I was looking at a set of 35x12.5 next to my 33x12.5 both on 15s and they were exactly the same in width only the 35 was about 2" taller. Wouldn't that negect the advantage of a "bigger footprint"?

Us Jeepers are as indecisive as females sometimes. Maybe I should just stay with 33s..."sniff"
I've found that the hankook Dynapro RTO3 series are one of the tallest 33" tires/w very flexable load range "D" sidewalls and

They don't put much additional stress/strain on the axles/U-joints/Brgs and are lighter on gas mileage--but

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ESP, you clearly have a problem.

That's the first step in dealing with it--you need to acknowledge it. Stand up, look around, and declare out loud that "I'm ESP, and I have a problem."

Then sit down and say "M'eh, screw it, I'm buying 35s."

Seriously, it's not like you'll have an issue selling your DTs. If you've got the cash, just do it. Maybe hang on to your DTs for a few weeks just to see if the power/mileage losses will be too much (I doubt it), in which case you can sell the 35s instead.

You're well past the point of "wasting" money, so you might as well get what you want so you can quiet your inner Jeeper. You've been agonizing for months--it's not going to stop and you'll never decide you really don't want them.

Getting 35s . . . Getting 35s . . . Getting 35s . . .
Meh I just spoke with DTD the 35x12.5 KOs and the KM2s are on national backorder so it's a minimum of 2 months wait on either. I've got offers on the duratracs I have for $800-900 and the new ones would only be $1100. I've put 6K on the duratracs so it certainly isn't a loss, more like renting tires. Yeah that's it!
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I have the 35" KM2's and they are actually right about 34.5 inches on my 17" wheels. I have a spare mounted on my stock spare carrier with no problems. Tailgate stays open and doesn't seem to make any odd noises. It does close kinda hard if not careful though. They are great on pavement, not to loud, but do kick up tons of gravel on the road, where I live there's a lot of gravel on the road so its a concern for people behind me. Oh well, tailgaters beware. Offroad they are fully capable, I live in the desert, so we don't get much mud, but we have tons of rocks and the 3-Ply seems to not be bothered. Overall, I think its a great tire choice. Of course, I wish they were actually 35" tall.
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I have the 35" KM2's and they are actually right about 34.5 inches on my 17" wheels. I have a spare mounted on my stock spare carrier with no problems. Tailgate stays open and doesn't seem to make any odd noises. It does close kinda hard if not careful though. They are great on pavement, not to loud, but do kick up tons of gravel on the road, where I live there's a lot of gravel on the road so its a concern for people behind me. Oh well, tailgaters beware. Offroad they are fully capable, I live in the desert, so we don't get much mud, but we have tons of rocks and the 3-Ply seems to not be bothered. Overall, I think its a great tire choice. Of course, I wish they were actually 35" tall.
What gears and tranny do you have with those?
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this is a picture I have from a recent run. 37s, its hard to see, but that bottom part of the tire isn't tucked into the rock, its actually folded over onto the rock!
Having the tire "footprint" fold over the (couldbe jagged) rock/ledge-edge CAN be beneficial--IF you have the tread sidewall "FEET" to strengthen the sidewall/have a stick tranny/mud/water--

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