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05-28-2012 02:03 AM
phoenix07013 As long as there is no mud, you'll be fine, it's amazing what a wrangler will do, especially the JK. bigger tires will help obviously, and you can fit up to a 33" with flat fenders, 35's with a budget boost and flat fenders, and you can look at all the different options out there in this and any other forums, but you can definitely check out this and many other places and enjoy your vehicle
05-23-2012 01:53 PM
vq2 Awsome thanks. I'm thinking 33's but not till my goodyears wear out.
05-23-2012 01:17 PM
kjwhite622 One other thing, once you go out there to either place, you will want larger tires anyway, trust me I know from experience, cause I am frothing for new tires to be able to go even further. Welcome to the addiction!
05-23-2012 01:14 PM
kjwhite622 Absolutely it will. I have the same, stock GY's, been to BH twice, had a blast, went to the blessing of the jeeps couple weeks ago and ran those courses with no problems. Your Jeep as a whole is VERY capable, even with the walmart shoes from the factory. Go out and see for yourself.
05-23-2012 10:50 AM
bundyhill/ rocks and valleys

I've got a pretty simple question. My 2011 jku non rubi. Has the stock goodyear sr-a tires will they handle the trails here or any where else. For that matter. Or should I swap them out for something better.?

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