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Old 01-22-2013, 06:06 PM   #1741
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Hey guys, I just got word that the MB72 has been replaced with the Level 8 Tracker. The Level 8 tracker will be available in 15x8 with a -19mm offset in the next two weeks. Also the MB Razor will be available in 15x8 -19mm in full matte black by mid April. With spring already just around the corner we may have a few other 15" designs for the JK coming as well. We'll keep you all posted.
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And 5X5 for the JK?
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That's a shame. The 72 is a much better looking wheel than the Tracker.

Oh well, I'm going back with stock wheels anyway. Knowing that I won't be able to get a matching 5th later on seals the decision.
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Will the 33x12.5x15 duratrac on a wheel with 3.75 backspace, ie, mb tko need tailgate bump stop replacements like the daystar. I want to know if the wheel will rattle when on the carrier or move about.
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Will the 33x12.5x15 duratrac on a wheel with 3.75 backspace, ie, mb tko need tailgate bump stop replacements like the daystar. I want to know if the wheel will rattle when on the carrier or move about.
Yes you will need extended bumpstops. I have the same combo an there is about an inch of play between the tire an stock bumpstops
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Will the MB Razor be available in Matte Black in 16"?
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And 5X5 for the JK?
The matte black Razor will only be offered in 15" in the 5-5 bolt pattern. This is also the case for the black machined Razor.
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Hey OP or anyone that has a similar setup with the 12.50x15 duratracs, did your speedometer have to be corrected? Mine is right on thankfully, well at least up to 50mph. Seeing if this has been an issue with the setup or what was done to correct it.
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Hey OP or anyone that has a similar setup with the 12.50x15 duratracs, did your speedometer have to be corrected? Mine is right on thankfully, well at least up to 50mph. Seeing if this has been an issue with the setup or what was done to correct it.
If you've moved from 255/75/17 or 255/70/18 no the speedometer does not need adjusting.

If you've moved from 225/75/16 then yes.
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Thanks everyone for their comments in this thread. Decided to go with 33x12.5xR15 based on this discussion.
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I went from the stock sport S on 17's to 33x12.5x15 duratracs and my speedo is fine. Was just wondering if this is normal or will it be off over 50 mph since its fine now under 50.
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Hey OP or anyone that has a similar setup with the 12.50x15 duratracs, did your speedometer have to be corrected? Mine is right on thankfully, well at least up to 50mph. Seeing if this has been an issue with the setup or what was done to correct it.
You could always pick up a programmer just to be sure. I moved from 17's to 15's and my speedometer was only one or two mph off.
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I wasn't sure if I would like 15s or not. Any disadvantages?
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I wasn't sure if I would like 15s or not. Any disadvantages?
I haven't had any issues with 15's. And I love the look of them.
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I'm trying to post pictures of mine for you so you can see it but I'm not sure if this app is going to let me.
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I haven't had any issues with 15's. And I love the look of them.
I really like the look as well. After all my tire and wheel searching this thread has finally found me some..
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I really like the look as well. After all my tire and wheel searching this thread has finally found me some..
Tires come mounted and balanced. All you have to do is swap the old with the new and add a little air and you're good to go. I have had no trouble with these, I would highly recommend them. Mine have already been snow tested if you live in an area that gets a lot of snow, these are awesome. And going back to the looks, they have a wide stance and stick out past my fender flares, which I like a lot.
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Tires come mounted and balanced. All you have to do is swap the old with the new and add a little air and you're good to go. I have had no trouble with these, I would highly recommend them. Mine have already been snow tested if you live in an area that gets a lot of snow, these are awesome. And going back to the looks, they have a wide stance and stick out past my fender flares, which I like a lot.
Great! I live in Oregon so I have it all. Snow in the mountains, sandy beachs and dunes and hundreds of miles of muddy forest trails. Good to know they will work well in snow as well.
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If you've moved from 255/75/17 or 255/70/18 no the speedometer does not need adjusting.

If you've moved from 225/75/16 then yes.
I went from 18"s to the 33" and checked my speedo with a GPS, it was right on.
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I went from 18"s to the 33" and checked my speedo with a GPS, it was right on.
You moved from 255/80/18s to 33s, no speedo recalibrating would be in order.
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I went from 18"s to the 33" and checked my speedo with a GPS, it was right on.
I think my speedometer might have been off to begin with
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I wasn't sure if I would like 15s or not. Any disadvantages?
Only that they sling slush all over the door handles and it tends to cake on the rear fenders as well. The on center steering feel, to me, is not as nice. Overall they drive fine though. If I did not live in a snow area I'd be more satisfied but if I had to do it over again, the cost/weight savings were not enough to offset the other stuff. I'm on the fence with the look....looks nice but kind of too wide as the JK already has a wide stance and to have that much sticking out of the wheel well looks a bit goofy IMO. Once these wear out I'll likely sell my wheels and go back to 17's.
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I got mine on tonight on my lunch break at work. Level 8 trackers with the 33x12.50x15 duratracs. I'm liking the look so far. Now to let some air out and do some measuring/programming with my new procal.
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I got mine on tonight on my lunch break at work. Level 8 trackers with the 33x12.50x15 duratracs. I'm liking the look so far. Now to let some air out and do some measuring/programming with my new procal.
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I got mine on tonight on my lunch break at work. Level 8 trackers with the 33x12.50x15 duratracs. I'm liking the look so far. Now to let some air out and do some measuring/programming with my new procal.
What did everyone do with their TPMS when you got your new wheels? Im planning on buying new wheels and tires but didn't want to go to a shop just for them to take it out my old tires and put it in the new ones.
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I still have the OEM wheels and tires with TPMS sensors in them. I've been thinking about putting them on Craigslist.
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No TPMS for me I just ignore the light. Hey what's a safe pressure to air down to on the "combo" ?(15" MB72 with 33" x 12.5" GYDs) 20psi won't be an issue just wondering if 15 is good and how low some guys are taking it down too.
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No TPMS for me I just ignore the light. Hey what's a safe pressure to air down to on the "combo" ?(15" MB72 with 33" x 12.5" GYDs) 20psi won't be an issue just wondering if 15 is good and how low some guys are taking it down too.
15 is good, you could take it to 10. I drove on the street as low as 8... I don't recommend it, luckily the tire was in the rear

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