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11-22-2008 09:29 AM
Tento ok so today i went to service and the guy says that is normal because of the tires so i dont k now if thts true but i was wandering if i buy the rubicon tire 255 76 17 whith other wheels and good year tires a/t would my problem solve???
or if i buy mud tires smaller???
i dont know what to do it just dosent feel right, and when thw car was up i moved the tires ant the soun is still.
ok dont know just asking so if anyone knows something.
thank you very much
11-19-2008 11:59 AM
Tento
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Originally Posted by Hilldweller View Post
Tento, there are too many things that it might be for us to guess.
My advice is to look at the quick/cheap/easy things first and then move on to the exotic.
Check the wheels for balance, the steering damper for excess play, the wheel bearings, various bushings, driveline lash, rotors, drifeshafts, etc.
I had a company car once with an annoying shimmy and it turned out to be a badly balanced driveshaft....
thats what im going to do thanks allot, ill come back qhen its solved jajaj and ive decided to buy yokohama 265/75 - 16 whith no spacer all iriginal i think my life would be better jeje
thank you
11-19-2008 09:21 AM
Hilldweller Tento, there are too many things that it might be for us to guess.
My advice is to look at the quick/cheap/easy things first and then move on to the exotic.
Check the wheels for balance, the steering damper for excess play, the wheel bearings, various bushings, driveline lash, rotors, drifeshafts, etc.
I had a company car once with an annoying shimmy and it turned out to be a badly balanced driveshaft....
11-18-2008 04:47 PM
Tento today a made balance and took off the spacer and my surprise is that i still feel somthing weird in my hands when drivinng, i made cheks on suspension and steering system but everihing is okkk im going crazy whith this subject im wondering if it is the tires but i dont thiks so.... maybe i buy some new tires and thats not the issue...
What do you think i can do because im going crazy whith my new car.
thaks
11-18-2008 07:45 AM
Hilldweller
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Originally Posted by Tento View Post
ok thanks allot
but itll be 275-75-16 or 275-70-16????
Either one will fit but the one that suits you depends on what came stock on your Jeep.
The outer diameters will be different and skew your odometer & speedometer.
Use this site to calculate tire sizes; plug in your OE size and the sizes of your option. You might want to recalibrate after new tires...
Tire Size Calculator - tire & wheel plus sizing
11-18-2008 12:37 AM
Ol' Red Could be problems stated above, or you might want to get wider spacers or wheels with more backspacing; and maybe even throw a budget boost on it and begin the inevitable process of wallet shrinking.
11-17-2008 03:48 PM
Tento
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Originally Posted by Hilldweller View Post
275 is the widest that will fit without spacers or different wheels.
Sounds like something is wonky; go to a tire shop and let them check. Could be balance, could be the spacers are installed wrong. Could be cheap unbalanced spacers...
ok thanks allot
but itll be 275-75-16 or 275-70-16????
11-17-2008 01:11 PM
Hilldweller
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Originally Posted by Tento View Post
Ok if now one noes what to do.... then whAT is the max sizes in wheels 16' and 17 of tires so i dont have to put spacers???
275 is the widest that will fit without spacers or different wheels.
Sounds like something is wonky; go to a tire shop and let them check. Could be balance, could be the spacers are installed wrong. Could be cheap unbalanced spacers...
11-17-2008 12:09 PM
Tento Ok if now one noes what to do.... then whAT is the max sizes in wheels 16' and 17 of tires so i dont have to put spacers???
11-13-2008 03:33 PM
Tento
jajaja

no no sorry for the mistake, spacers of 8mm.
thanks...
11-13-2008 03:30 PM
Scout Welcome to the forum!

Clarify one thing here first: Did I read that right that you put 8" (inch) spacers on it?
11-13-2008 03:03 PM
Tento
Hi Need A Quiestion In My Wranlger!

Hi , Im New In The forum And if been reading and think you can help.

I have a wrangler x 2008 and my dad without knowing bought me some tires , 285 - 75, 16 at first i noticed that at full steering it hits a bar down there. then i bought some 8" spacers and everithing is ok but i feel something in my hands when im driving like some vibration when i steer a little bit going at 30 mph, i dont know if thats normal so i dont know what should i do.
tHANKS...

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