I have a aev packaged Jeep unlimited and I was wondering if someone can recommend me some tires . It will be a daily driving vehicle and need something that will drive nice in all weather.
Also looking from the back the jeep is slightly tilted to the right anyone know what could be the problem?
The tilt is the Wrangler lean, set up such that when driver sets jeep is level
as for tires, what type off road do you expect to be doing, basically three choices
A, All Terrian...Kumho KL71, BFG's, Duratracs
B. Street tires
C. Mud Terrian...Goodyear MT's, Kumho MT KL78
For all weather daily driving & some light trail duty i would recommend the Kelly Safari TSR, Goodyear Duratrac, Toyo Open Country AT 2, or BFGoodrich All-Terrain... And if possible in a Load Rang "C" 6ply & if their not available in the specific size then in a Load Range "D" 8ply
Hankook ATm, a really nice all terrain, well rated.
X1000! have these on my jeep and xterra. I love these and will probably never buy anything else. They are perfect for slippery conditions on the road and will get you through most offroading that you would want to do. Obviously I wouldn't recommend running the Rubicon or diving into really thick mud, but perfect for getting to camping spots and stuff like that.
1995 YJ Rio Grande 2.5l I4 Auto, random cheap mods, 16" TJ Rubi Rims Stealthed w/ 265/75/R16 Dynapro ATM, chopped front bumper, no trac bars, led interior lighting, Hella E-Code H4 Conversion headlights, gas tank vent line removed to fill all 20 gallons, saving money for metalcloak overline. pioneer audio system with 6.5" speakers in modded sound bar.
On my previous two vehicles (Jeep and full size truck) I had Cooper AT3's. 50K plus tire, and they dig hard off road, and work great on road. super quiet. If I went to a strait AT, There is no other option for me.
2014 JK Sahara
2" Rancho Sport Lift/ RS9000XL
Teraflex quick disconnects
RR winch mount/Quadratec Q9000 synthetic winch
Mastercraft MXT 275/70R18 on stock wheels
I have a set of these Michelin AT/2s on my Suburban and I also had them on my 2010 Rubicon. For light trail and daily driving these are fantastic. I jacked up the PSI to 50 and got very good gas mileage on the road and handling was great.