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Today 08:12 PM
Brodieman
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Originally Posted by D-Man604 View Post
The tires look great and you got a 1.5" lift out of the 3" larger diameter! Just curious what did you do with the stock tires? Also, did you re-calibrate for the increase from the 29 inch to the 32 inch tires? Otherwise your speedo and odo will be a fair bit off.
The extra lift was nice. Checked my springs, 15/55 so I can get a bit more just by doing a spring change

My stock Wrangler ST are for sale on Kijiji ATM. Racked up 800km in a week before my Duratracs came in so I didn't even ask the dealership if they would buy them from me. I had always planned on swapping them out anyway so I budgeted for it, not too concerned about getting much $ for them.

The dealership calibrated to 255/75R17 (Sport S tire size) which is the the largest tire size setting they could use without having to spend $400 on a programming module. It's off, but not by much.
Today 06:20 PM
TR3YNGLER "Buttercup". My wife's 2013 JKR
Today 05:00 PM
Scampers
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Originally Posted by JE01 View Post
Nice bumper/ tire carrier. Is that the Rancho?
Yes Great bumper
Today 03:42 PM
NorthShoreKnucklehead
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Originally Posted by ada111 View Post
Looks good, would love to see it without a filter

Thanks.

No filter. That was first thing this morning in bright sunlight. Taken with my iPhone.
Today 03:41 PM
JWeeks87 Top down of course
Today 03:40 PM
JWeeks87 Here's my 2011 Wrangler Sport
Today 03:32 PM
ada111
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Originally Posted by NorthShoreKnucklehead View Post
Here is my 2014 half door JKWW. I just picked it up last night.
Looks good, would love to see it without a filter
Today 02:04 PM
NorthShoreKnucklehead Here is my 2014 half door JKWW. I just picked it up last night.

Today 01:43 AM
D-Man604
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Originally Posted by Brodieman View Post
Had Duratracs installed on my new JK. They look great on the stock wheels
265/75R16

The tires look great and you got a 1.5" lift out of the 3" larger diameter! Just curious what did you do with the stock tires? Also, did you re-calibrate for the increase from the 29 inch to the 32 inch tires? Otherwise your speedo and odo will be a fair bit off.
Yesterday 05:52 PM
JE01
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Originally Posted by Scampers View Post
Taxi for the weekend
Nice bumper/ tire carrier. Is that the Rancho?
Yesterday 10:39 AM
Scampers Taxi for the weekend
Yesterday 08:54 AM
ada111
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Originally Posted by Tank555 View Post
Here's mine. Color changes depending on the light...
Is this amp'd?
Yesterday 05:17 AM
Rammer500
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Originally Posted by Jurfie View Post
Nice! I think Anvil looks great with the black fenders. What wheels are those? They're different than the stock ones I have on my '14 Granite Rubi.
The wheels are Level 8 Punch from Discount tire direct.
04-22-2014 10:06 PM
Jurfie
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Originally Posted by Rammer500 View Post
Here's my 2014 Rubicon.
Nice! I think Anvil looks great with the black fenders. What wheels are those? They're different than the stock ones I have on my '14 Granite Rubi.
04-22-2014 07:42 PM
Tdow
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Originally Posted by Thorshammer7 View Post
Heres an updated pic of mine I recently added JKUR coils and shocks to my Teraflex leveling kit and got 3.75" of lift and mounted up my 35"s.
the black on black looks great!
04-22-2014 05:46 PM
Rammer500 Here's my 2014 Rubicon.
04-22-2014 05:20 PM
tonythejeep
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Originally Posted by Brodieman View Post
Had Duratracs installed on my new JK. They look great on the stock wheels
265/75R16
Those look really good! That's actually the exact size duratracs I wanted to put on mine with the stock wheels!
How are they handling so far? On and off road?
04-22-2014 04:59 PM
Brodieman Had Duratracs installed on my new JK. They look great on the stock wheels
265/75R16

04-20-2014 11:40 PM
Rooster20
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Originally Posted by CarGuyOhio View Post
Have a few more items for it.
Clean and sleek. Looks great.
04-19-2014 08:23 PM
Jeepguy7972 My 2010 JK
04-19-2014 08:17 PM
Orangutan
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Originally Posted by lilredexpress View Post
What lift do you have? And tire wheel size? I like that look.
Thx, Rubicon Springs with below...
04-19-2014 07:40 PM
Juancho The other cheek..?? No problem...

04-19-2014 07:28 PM
Juancho My 2drs Jeep JK...

04-17-2014 03:10 AM
lilredexpress
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Originally Posted by Orangutan View Post
I guess I won't be able to post here in a few weeks, as she will be on the market soon. After five Jeeps, I'm going with 4 doors now. Already ordered another set of door storage cases. She will be missed.
What lift do you have? And tire wheel size? I like that look.
04-16-2014 07:36 AM
TurkTTR
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Originally Posted by Knuckles65 View Post
Gotcha! LOL...I can certainly understand being pissed but it's also good to know that your buddy thinks "no tire would survive". That gives me some peace of mind.

The 2-ply thing is where I'm stumped (no pun intended) because I found this in multiple places on the web...

http://www.tirerack.com/tires/tirete....jsp?techid=55


******* and *******
Tire code - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia


Here's the only thing that eludes to a lower number of plies -

Reading the Tire's Sidewall
You got it! The tires in LT-metric sizing used to be built with x number of physical plies back in the day, but now they are just x number ply-rated. People tend to scratch their heads when you tell them that a tire is load range D rather than telling them it is 8-ply rated.
04-16-2014 02:07 AM
pbloxam 2014 Sahara..Cooper APKs, K&N, Borla exhaust, Skid row,Rugged Ridge, pretty much stock, no lift kit but interested in a leveling kit, maybe spacers to widen the stance...
04-15-2014 04:06 PM
Jurfie Hi everyone...just joined the forum after picking up my new '14 Rubicon in Granite Crystal Metallic a couple of weeks ago! I've just finished going through this entire thread as motivation, inspiration, and ideas for future mods. Hopefully an AEV 2.5" lift and 35" tires soon, but will likely start with some 1.5" Spidertrax spacers to push the wheels out a bit and give it a more aggressive stance. They're tucked in too far for my liking.
04-15-2014 02:03 PM
skeeter0311 Figured I'd play with that last picture. Didn't like it in parking lot,
04-15-2014 12:23 PM
skeeter0311 Just thought I'd say hello and show my new toy. Just starting to "play" with fixing it up. My off road days are done. Going on 67 but the heart still in it.
04-15-2014 11:01 AM
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