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06-10-2009 05:56 PM
jpdocdave i would stick with 15" wheels. i have these all terrains on my black one now, they are 32x11.50r15, so they are 32" tires. they would fit well w/ a 4" lift. they are too small for the 6 to 7 inches on it now.

i'm thinking of selling these, they're about 6 yrs old but have less than 10k on them, and the spare is brand new. let me know if you're interested

06-10-2009 04:32 PM
jdhallissey Go look at my pciture of my tj with my rims and tires. You may like them.
06-10-2009 03:30 PM
Jaydogg25 thanks for the all i need to do is find a rim i like..
06-10-2009 02:59 PM
4point 15x8 is your best choice for the 12.50 width. If you wanted bigger rims a 16x8 would also be a good choice if you are running at least 33" tall tires. IMO
06-10-2009 02:23 PM
Jaydogg25 should i go w/ a 15x8 or 15x10? looks like 15x8 are easier to get since place i called said the 15x10 had to be special ordered. from talking to others tire choice is 33 x 12.5 x 15does that sound correct.
06-10-2009 02:18 PM
4point Thats a lot of rim for that size of tire. I wouldn't worry about tire roll, the jeep is no sports car so cornering issues are not a concern. 33" tall tires run very well on the street, thats what I and many others here run.
06-10-2009 02:01 PM
iamagolfspaz Smaller wheels equals less you pay for tires. 17 inch tires are pretty pricey compared to 15's.
06-10-2009 12:46 PM
Jaydogg25 what kind of Rims are you all running in 15's. i still would like to use the BF goodrich tires but think i will go back to 15's. i see alot of ppl say tire size is 33 12.5 15. i don't know how well this would work on highway. a friend is telling me i'll get way to much tire roll. and thats why i should go w/ bigger rim's

i'm a noob w/ this stuff for me jeep. right now it's my everyday driver so it will get little off-road use, other than in Aug when i go to outterbanks and take it on the beach.
06-07-2009 07:31 PM
Jaydogg25 yea i saw i had 15" after i posted and fixed that thanks
06-07-2009 07:30 PM
CJ-John Both may be good products but make sure you buy eveything matching, you have 17" wheels and 15" tires pictures that just won't work.
06-07-2009 07:19 PM
new tires and rims

Hello all,

i own a 95 wrangler, looking into getting some new tires and rims. i figure owned the jeep long enough it's time to have some fun. 1st since it's stock hight goin to get a 4" suspension lift on it.

the rims i was looking into getting are Mamba M2 17's

tires i was looking at are the BF Goodrich All-Terrain

i was told the size i should look into getting are 275 65 17.

i was wondering if this is the correct tire size or if i should look into another size. and if there is something i should worry about and need to look into. i don't want to make a mistake in buyin these

thanks for any help and info

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