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11-08-2012 08:38 PM
silver rubi
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Originally Posted by GunToter
No personal experiance with them, but I havent heard the best things about those tires. From what I've heard (just hear-say) is that they are hard to balance and usualy require qite a bit of balancing weights with frequent re-balancing. I have also heard that they need to be rotated a lot and that they dont last too long. BUT, seeing as Silver Rubi has 85000 miles on his and my last set of BFG allterains on my truck lasted about 50k that claim probably came from somebody who didnt keep them balanced and rotated.

Again, just what I've heard. I do like the price of them though!
I've never had issues and I've only rotated them twice...
11-08-2012 07:42 PM
GunToter No personal experiance with them, but I havent heard the best things about those tires. From what I've heard (just hear-say) is that they are hard to balance and usualy require qite a bit of balancing weights with frequent re-balancing. I have also heard that they need to be rotated a lot and that they dont last too long. BUT, seeing as Silver Rubi has 85000 miles on his and my last set of BFG allterains on my truck lasted about 50k that claim probably came from somebody who didnt keep them balanced and rotated.

Again, just what I've heard. I do like the price of them though!
11-08-2012 06:50 PM
silver rubi
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Originally Posted by john231
Hey i was wondering if the wrangler authority tires would fit my stock 2007 jeep wrangler x. It still has the stock rims on it i just sanded them down and painted them black this week but i want bigger tires and i was thinking of the 265/75r16 wrangler authoritys at walmart but i want to know if they will fit my jeep without any rubbing and if they will fit the stock rims.
I believe they will. I have them on my jeep. Have 85000 miles on them. And just now getting ready to buy another set. Work great in mud snow rain and sand. Love them. If you want pictures pm me.
11-08-2012 12:36 PM
Potts your wheels came out nice. sorry I'm no help on the tires
11-08-2012 12:29 PM
john231 http://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fb...type=1&theater

theres my rims just finished them yesterday
11-08-2012 12:23 PM
john231
wrangler authority tires

Hey i was wondering if the wrangler authority tires would fit my stock 2007 jeep wrangler x. It still has the stock rims on it i just sanded them down and painted them black this week but i want bigger tires and i was thinking of the 265/75r16 wrangler authoritys at walmart but i want to know if they will fit my jeep without any rubbing and if they will fit the stock rims.

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