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03-01-2012 01:29 PM
Omar Brannstrom Hi

Links to the pictures here if You can not se them here

2012-03-01 14.53.03färdig.jpg photo - Omar Brännström photos at pbase.com

2012-03-01 14.50.10färdig.jpg photo - Omar Brännström photos at pbase.com
03-01-2012 11:30 AM
Omar Brannstrom Hi

Some better pics and the Maxx is on Black Rock 908B rims

The orginal Bridgstone tire is slighly higher, difficult to see in the picture. Maybe I can not test them until next winter because it is against the law to drive withs studs in the summertime in Sweden.




02-27-2012 02:46 AM
XJ Knight Thanks for sharring the picture.. When you have them on your wrangler for a little while I would love to hear a review about them by you.. and as you said I fear the tire might be to much at load range e for the JK however the ST Maxx is also the best agressive all terrain on the market today.. My only experience with the tire was offroad in a half ton truck so haven't gotten any real world knowledge of these tires on the road in a vehclile as light as a wrangler or offroad for that matter.. although fourwheeler mag did a recent review of the tire and used XJ's to test them on cooper's offroad course..
02-27-2012 02:41 AM
Omar Brannstrom
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Originally Posted by XJ Knight View Post
yes yes I know im digging up a somewhat old thread...




Hi Omar, Do you have a JK or JKU? and with that said, The ST Maxx being a load range E tire how have you liked the ride?
Hi

Not old thread enough

I dont have my wrangler Yet, ordered the 6 juni 2011, but lives in Sweden.

I have ordered a JK Sahara and might be to light for Load range E tire???

The Duratracs was not approved as wintertire in Sweden so I went with the MAXX.

I have got the tires and rims but no Wrangler

To the left Bridgestone Dueller 255/70/18 (will be delivered with that combo) with rim
To the right Cooper s/t Maxx 265/70/17

02-26-2012 01:30 PM
XJ Knight yes yes I know im digging up a somewhat old thread...




Hi Omar, Do you have a JK or JKU? and with that said, The ST Maxx being a load range E tire how have you liked the ride?
10-02-2011 12:45 PM
KidRock171 9X out of 10 yes
10-01-2011 12:58 PM
Omar Brannstrom
Cooper Discoverer S/TMAXX tires

Hi

The size 265/70/17 comes with white letters and I do not want that.

is it black on the otherside so I can flip them and have a totaly black side out?

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