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Old 08-30-2012, 11:06 AM   #1
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2000 Tj 2.5L

Hey everyone. I just bought my first Jeep and it seems the rainy season here in Texas decided to start as soon as I took the top off. The only mod I have done is paint the fairings black. $10 for two cans of flat Krylon Fusion spray paint should hold off until I can afford some bushwhackers. I wanted to get some opinions on tires. It came with a set of 31x10.50x15 Eldorados that need replacing bad. And wanted to go ahead with the 33's but I already lose a lot of power going up steeper hills. It does have a 2.5" rough country lift so I dont believe fitting 33's will be a problem as much as the rear differential and power loss. Glad to finally be a part of the Wrangler family!
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Also if anyone in the DFW areas has a set of used 33x12.50x15 Wrangler Kevlars I might be interested in taking them off your hands
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