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Old 01-01-2013, 09:51 PM   #31
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Me dude, mine is a daily driver and need to cut the noise on my stock BFG's
They are driving me crazy...

Happy New Year Everyone..>!
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I daily drive mine , I don't think the MT's are that loud and I know if you take care of them you can get 50000 miles out of them
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I'm all ears, talk to me..>!
These stock BFG's are driving me crazy... they are NOISY BIG TIME..>!

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Old 01-01-2013, 10:29 PM   #33
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These stock BFG's are driving me crazy... they are NOISY BIG TIME..>!
Go on the toyo site and compare the two , just between noise there is a .5 difference
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Go on the toyo site and compare the two , just between noise there is a .5 difference
Just checked and it's very tempting but as you might know life in the tropics is
VERY WET so the AT2 will be the best choice no question.
The Extreme size look really nice and almost as nice as the MT's but the thing that clinch it was the rain characteristics.

thanks a lot for your input
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Falkin Wildpeak AT & GY DuraTrac are available in 325/60/20, which is a little bigger than 35/12.5/**.
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Falkin Wildpeak AT & GY DuraTrac are available in 325/60/20, which is a little bigger than 35/12.5/**.
Thanks Mopar and Jaker for your help with this..>!

They had a glitch in their website and they are listed again.
I'm going with the AT2's because it rains a lot over here and need a quiet tire for my 95% daily driving.

Mopar I checked and the AT2 in 35x12.5 is a tad narrower than yours which to me is perfect...

Without your help guys I would've order the 8.5 wheels and would have not been happy with the look I was after but those where the ones they told me were the ones that will fit... So thanks a lot

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did you paint the center cap star black because everyone i have seen are chrome
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is this thread about tires or backspacing?
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is this thread about tires or backspacing?
The OP was in the process of getting both wheels & tires, but it was originally about wheel bs.
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did you paint the center cap star black because everyone i have seen are chrome
The star comes chrome, lots of people paint them.
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I just saw this thread and wondering if y'all can help me! I Just purchased my first Jeep (SOO STOKED), and had them put on Rockstars with Nitto all terrains. I love them, but I am a total newbie---and a chick who doesn't really know cars- but have ALWAYS loved these rims and tires and WRANGLERS!!! Since I got the Jeep last week I've learned quite a few things, one being that there are different 'offset' options for these rims. I have the 17" x 8", and unsure of which offset my sales guy ordered in for me. The options are an offset of 10 or 35...do you guys have any pics of what either of these look like? I wish I had known the first thing about rims before the purchase was made, but oh well, now I do! Again- I do love how mine look, but wondering if I got the 'right ones'! Thanks in advance!!

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