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03-22-2012 07:17 PM
ESP
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Originally Posted by kjeeper10 View Post
Usually blame ESP for my decision to go 35's. I will now add you to the list
03-22-2012 11:39 AM
Casotakar1229
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Originally Posted by kjeeper10 View Post
Usually blame ESP for my decision to go 35's. I will now add you to the list
*in the darth vader voice* NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!
03-22-2012 11:37 AM
kjeeper10
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Originally Posted by Casotakar1229
love the 35's....already want 35's and I JUST HAD MY 33's installed 3 days ago....I gotta stop abusing this forum. getting more addicted everyday.
Usually blame ESP for my decision to go 35's. I will now add you to the list
03-22-2012 11:30 AM
ESP yep go ahead and sell those new 33s...the 35s are calling both of your names.
03-22-2012 11:25 AM
Casotakar1229 love the 35's....already want 35's and I JUST HAD MY 33's installed 3 days ago....I gotta stop abusing this forum. getting more addicted everyday.
03-22-2012 09:45 AM
GiantSchnauzer Love the half way pic! really gives a better perspective than full before & after pictures , dammit, and I thought I finally decided to go with 33's... lol
03-22-2012 09:35 AM
sherfjeep
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Originally Posted by mattdenney07 View Post
got some flat black PC 7036's...

and already bought the PC kit because they didn't have the RE standard 3.5" kit that I wanted in stock at the 4wheelparts store here in Vegas
don't worry about it 4 wheel parts lifts seem to get a bad rap I've had mine for over a year and its great and I have had zero problems.
03-21-2012 12:47 PM
ESP 35x12.5R15 psi should be around 28-30. Might push it a little higher for MPG but the centers are gonna wear faster and the ride quality may go down a bit. I think the max cold psi on those is 35. Put it a 30 and see what you think.
03-21-2012 10:11 AM
Gottabstick Well that lift install was (instert curse words here) brutal. I feel like I just went 3 rounds with George st Pierre. I think it was all the torquing at strange contortional angles that did it lol. Well that combined with the fact I'm 6'4 and really not the most limber for wrenching haha.
But it's on now, all torqued to spec and looking good. Drove around for 50 miles or so yesterday. The loss in power is really miniscule from what I can tell. I even hit the Interstate and was pulling upto 70 , uphill with no problems in 6th gear.
Now all I have to get is an aftermarket tire carrier and procal unit and my mods will be done.... Oh and a really good cleaning of course

He we are halfway done





What PSI would you guys recommend running these tires at?
Thanks
03-18-2012 09:40 AM
MarineHawk
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Originally Posted by Gottabstick View Post
Yeah I have a '12 with 3.73s. Glad to hear your opinions on the coopers- it was a real toss up there for a while. But like kbbwolf said , you just have to make the decision and go for it one day. Once I saw the tires in person I knew I'd made the right choice. Definately the look I was going for.
Besides the look , I see good reveiws for them everywhere.
I have aired them down to 6-psi on a heavier vehicle and tried to puncture them or to get them to come off my rims, with no such luck. They're worth a few extra pounds and tenths of a mpg IMO.



03-17-2012 11:55 PM
Gottabstick
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Originally Posted by MarineHawk View Post
I can't tell from my phone (away from my computer now), but If the OP has a '12 and at least 3.73 gears, no problemo with the weight. I have 64.5-lb tires on mine. No problem with the 3.6L. I wish I had the Cooper STTs, and will put some on when I wear these out. The STTs are the best on/off road tire I've ever owned. They're almost literally bulletproof. Definitely worth a few extra pounds IMO.

Yeah I have a '12 with 3.73s. Glad to hear your opinions on the coopers- it was a real toss up there for a while. But like kbbwolf said , you just have to make the decision and go for it one day. Once I saw the tires in person I knew I'd made the right choice. Definately the look I was going for.
Besides the look , I see good reveiws for them everywhere.
03-17-2012 11:47 PM
Gottabstick Well, didn't get too far today, a mixture of unpreparedness and life got in the way lol. Just managed to get the Track bar removed and exhaust spacers put on, lame I know haha. I have everything needed for tomorrow though- kinda realised early on that an impact wrench is pretty much a necessity for this operation!
ESP ; I did get these from discount tire- I have the weight as 67.5lb tire plus ~20lb for the rim. I don't have a scale right now but I will weight the spare when we get one (wifes preggo so we were going to get one to measure her progress).
03-17-2012 01:12 PM
MarineHawk
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Originally Posted by ESP View Post
67lbs?!? j/k. That's kinda what I was thinking.
I can't tell from my phone (away from my computer now), but If the OP has a '12 and at least 3.73 gears, no problemo with the weight. I have 64.5-lb tires on mine. No problem with the 3.6L. I wish I had the Cooper STTs, and will put some on when I wear these out. The STTs are the best on/off road tire I've ever owned. They're almost literally bulletproof. Definitely worth a few extra pounds IMO.
03-17-2012 12:26 PM
ESP
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Originally Posted by 4fit View Post
Since I am so kind, I did a little research. Found this old post over at jeepforum. I'm assuming that the OP of that thread received a reply from Cooper that stated the weight of the 35x12.5x15 is 67lbs. Also, 07XMan2Door just installed those tires on 15" ION wheels. He states that the wheel/tire combo weighs in at 88lbs.

And just for kicks, here is a review of the tire.
67lbs?!? j/k. That's kinda what I was thinking.
03-17-2012 12:17 PM
4fit
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Originally Posted by ESP View Post
That's a good looking tire. I'm trying to see it's sepcs compared to the km2s. I doubt it's lighter but hey
Since I am so kind, I did a little research. Found this old post over at jeepforum. I'm assuming that the OP of that thread received a reply from Cooper that stated the weight of the 35x12.5x15 is 67lbs. Also, 07XMan2Door just installed those tires on 15" ION wheels. He states that the wheel/tire combo weighs in at 88lbs.

And just for kicks, here is a review of the tire.
03-17-2012 11:55 AM
ESP
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Originally Posted by 4fit View Post
I'm sure DTD could order them for you though.
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Originally Posted by kbwwolf View Post
That's a good looking tire. I'm trying to see it's sepcs compared to the km2s. I doubt it's lighter but hey
03-17-2012 11:53 AM
4fit
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Originally Posted by ESP

ugh you'd think I could do that right? Interesting though DTD and tirerack don't carry the coopers. OP, can you put one on a scale and take a pic before you mount them?
I'm sure DTD could order them for you though.
03-17-2012 11:52 AM
kbwwolf
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Originally Posted by ESP View Post
OP, can you put one on a scale and take a pic before you mount them?
03-17-2012 11:47 AM
ESP
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Originally Posted by 4fit View Post
Jude, looking at the sidewall in one of his pics, it says 35x12.5x15. Just looks like they are OOS at DTD. Here is a link to the manufacturer website. Unfortunately, I'm not seeing the weight of the tire listed. But I could just be blind. Lol.
CooperTiresConsumer - Discoverer STT™
ugh you'd think I could do that right? Interesting though DTD and tirerack don't carry the coopers. OP, can you put one on a scale and take a pic before you mount them?
03-17-2012 10:48 AM
MarineHawk
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Originally Posted by mattdenney07 View Post
got some flat black PC 7036's...

and already bought the PC kit because they didn't have the RE standard 3.5" kit that I wanted in stock at the 4wheelparts store here in Vegas
Do you have the Stage I or II?

I did the Pro Comp 4" Stage-II Lift Kit with MX-6 Shocks, which essentially has good components, but you'll need to add a bunch of stuff on and replace a few if you want to have it drive like it does stock on the road after the lift is installed (as to the new DS, that is pretty much true of any 4" lift). You'll also need to get a good replacement front DS before long.

After my lift, I added the following:

J.E. Reel 1350 Front DS;
Rancho Steering Stabilizer;
Synergy Suspension Chromoly Tie Rod;
Synergy Suspension High Steer Drag Link (flipped);
Synergy Suspension Adjustable Front Track Bar (replaced less-adjustable ProComp TB);
Synergy Suspension Front Track Bar Bracket;
Synergy Suspension F911 Hardware Kit; and
Synergy Suspension Adjustable Front Lower Control Arms (replaced fixed ProComp LCAs).

I bought my lift right before Christmas and a couple days afer buying the Rubi. I also went with the 3.5 RE lift, but it was not available right then. Installer called me back later and said that I would have to wait because they were out of stock. So, I ordered the PC Stage II one. I'm happy with the PC components that I kept, but in hindsight, I wish I had just gone with a 4" Synergy lift (appx $2.3K) because I spent more than that anyway. Of course, I'd still need a new front DS and a few other things, but I would have been much closer than what I wanted.

With the stuff I added and replaced, it is a night/day different in how it rides on/off road.
03-17-2012 08:47 AM
4fit
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Originally Posted by ESP
Are those MBs 16s? I don't see the coopers for any 15x8 or 15x10 wheels.
Jude, looking at the sidewall in one of his pics, it says 35x12.5x15. Just looks like they are OOS at DTD. Here is a link to the manufacturer website. Unfortunately, I'm not seeing the weight of the tire listed. But I could just be blind. Lol.
http://us.coopertire.com/Tires/Light...VERER-STT.aspx
03-17-2012 08:46 AM
4fit Nice. Post up pics when done.
03-17-2012 08:32 AM
kbwwolf
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Originally Posted by Casotakar1229 View Post
man, I guess after I get my jeep set up with new bumpers (ordered front yesterday, ordering rear in a couple months), looks like I need to lift. (almost) every time I open up a wheel/tire thread there's always a lift coming as well.
Better to do it at your own pace. It's not a contest.
03-17-2012 08:24 AM
Casotakar1229 man, I guess after I get my jeep set up with new bumpers (ordered front yesterday, ordering rear in a couple months), looks like I need to lift. (almost) every time I open up a wheel/tire thread there's always a lift coming as well.
03-17-2012 12:07 AM
ESP Are those MBs 16s? I don't see the coopers for any 15x8 or 15x10 wheels.
03-17-2012 12:04 AM
mattdenney07 got some flat black PC 7036's...

and already bought the PC kit because they didn't have the RE standard 3.5" kit that I wanted in stock at the 4wheelparts store here in Vegas
03-16-2012 11:35 PM
chris.george
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Originally Posted by mattdenney07
Just pulled the trigger on some 35" Toyo Open Countrys, 17" Pro Comps, and a 4" Pro Comp lift... going on within the next week or so!
Which Pro Comp? I'd warn against that stage I and II kits (have them) and spend some good money on a REALLY good lift.
03-16-2012 11:21 PM
kbwwolf That's how curse words were invented.

Kidding. Good luck.
03-16-2012 11:21 PM
mattdenney07 Just pulled the trigger on some 35" Toyo Open Countrys, 17" Pro Comps, and a 4" Pro Comp lift... going on within the next week or so!
03-16-2012 11:04 PM
Gottabstick
35's decision made, going on tomorrow!

After much deliberation I decided on the coopers on MB72s.


Tomorrow the fun begins on a helper free install of the teraflex lift kit, exhaust extension, and a manual tranny fluid change. Wish me luck- its the biggest project I've ever taken on alone. Just can't wait for the end result

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