Originally Posted by Blackjack608
i made sure to go with a light 32" tire and have American racing alloys as we'll go keep the weight down. This should help as well right?
Not much. Better than 35s, of course, but still big for a D35. The D35 is weak, and if you wheel it hard on 32s it will fail. As previous response said, go easy on easy trails and you should be okay. If you repeatedly spin and lock up, you increase risk of your D35 eating itself. I bought a TJ running 33s with a D35 and it munched itself before 40,000 miles with nothing more difficult than beach, snow and dirt roads. (We've since upgraded to the 8.8.) Good luck and have fun!