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01-09-2013 07:27 PM
banks316 I ran balancing sand in my Irok bias ply and they were no louder the kevlars I ran.
01-09-2013 06:27 PM
skjeeper
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Originally Posted by banks316 View Post
It can be add some type of fenders like metalcloak. With metalcloak set you can run 35's with no lift on a TJ

I agree with Banks316, a 4" inch lift will clear 35 tires but the fenders may be an issue. I have a 4 inch lift but I also have a 1" body lift and it clears the tires easily, no rubbing on turns or stuff like that. I also have Bushwacker flat fender flares too. In hindsight, I probably could have put on 35's keeping the stock fenders while using the body lift+suspension lift, or no body lift and just the Bushwacker fenders+suspension lift. Either way, I think with a 4-inch lift, you should be able to fit the 35's in at least for street use. With trails and wheel travel, not sure what would happen.
As far as power loss, I run 4.56 gears and really don't notice any change in power. Again, in hindsight, when I built up my TJ, it ended up being a little heavy, more than I thought- or the truck scale is lying. Since my Jeep is a little chubby, I think that's what really made a change in my MPG's.
I also run the Goodyear MTR's. I personally think it's a nice tire and I am happy so far, but when I am done, I may try a set of IROK's just for the experience...may need to get some ear plugs for the road noise when that time comes or just trailer it...

my 2 cents....
skjeeper
01-09-2013 12:19 AM
banks316 It can be add some type of fenders like metalcloak. With metalcloak set you can run 35's with no lift on a TJ
01-09-2013 12:14 AM
hunteryj93 No you need more lift.
01-09-2013 12:01 AM
dougc357 Also with a 4" lift can i clear 35's? I have 33's now and looks like i have plenty of room.
01-08-2013 11:58 PM
dougc357 Ao if i do that then how do i figure out the gears it has compared to the number of rotations the driveline spins?
01-08-2013 11:55 PM
banks316
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Someone said mark my driveline and turn the wheels one full rotate and count how many times the driveline spinns around??
Yea that's on method
01-08-2013 11:53 PM
dougc357 Someone said mark my driveline and turn the wheels one full rotate and count how many times the driveline spinns around??
01-08-2013 11:50 PM
banks316
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Originally Posted by dougc357 View Post
How do i find out what gears im runnin? Im new to the jeep world. Obviously. Lol the guy i got it from told me it had yukon gears but i dont recall what gears.
Pop the diff cover and on the ring gears there's a bunch of numbers. The last three should tell you. Ie 4 10 or 4 11 at the end means 4.10's
01-08-2013 11:45 PM
dougc357 How do i find out what gears im runnin? Im new to the jeep world. Obviously. Lol the guy i got it from told me it had yukon gears but i dont recall what gears.
01-08-2013 11:34 PM
banks316
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? How much of a lift r u runnin?
Who
01-08-2013 11:26 PM
dougc357 ? How much of a lift r u runnin?
01-08-2013 10:52 PM
banks316
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I have a 4" lift. I think i can clear 35's. but my issue is how much power lose? I talked to a guy today that has 35's and is running a 4 cylinder. He said he noticed a little power lose but not alot?
Depending what gears you have if you have loss of power. Ideally 4.10's or 4.56's is what you want for setup to run 35's.
01-08-2013 10:51 PM
hunteryj93 Your gonna need more than a 4 inch lift to clear 35's. Plan to lift more and regear. Im runing 3.73's with a 4.0 and 5 spd and noticed the power and mpg loss but im regearing soon.
01-08-2013 10:49 PM
banks316 If your looking to regear I charge $200 labor per axle. I typical regear would about $900 for both axle. That includes gears, minor install kits and labor. Cost more if new carriers ate need or you want a full case locker installed.
01-08-2013 10:46 PM
dougc357 I have a 4" lift. I think i can clear 35's. but my issue is how much power lose? I talked to a guy today that has 35's and is running a 4 cylinder. He said he noticed a little power lose but not alot?
01-08-2013 10:43 PM
hunteryj93 You will loose power. Stick to 33's until you can clear a 35 and plan to regear. Thats my opinion.
01-08-2013 08:54 PM
dougc357 I currently have 33's and am thinking about putn 35's on. I have the 4.0 straight six. Am i going to loose alot of power?? Alao it is geared for the 33's. so the guy i bought it from told me but not sure what gears they are. It pulls the 33's just fine.
12-14-2012 07:25 AM
Outdoors
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Follow me down the crusher when its wet and then tell me you have no issues on the rocks. Running the kevlars at 5 psi I had to use my lockers more then I wanted compaired to other tires I ran.
I still like the IROKS when you are seriously doing something like the upper or lower crushers.. Not so great a tire for mileage though.
12-13-2012 10:26 PM
jesse.lewis
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Originally Posted by 99er

I just put on a set of guard dogs last weekend. I'm happy with them. What size did you go with. I bought some 16 rims and went with 285/75/16s.
Very nice ! I went with the 315/70/17 (34.5's). I like the look of the stock wheels so it worked out well. Looks like you got a nicer sidewall grip on the 16's though. I'm going wheeling at Browns Camp this weekend so I'm excited to see how they do after my Duratracs.
12-13-2012 08:10 PM
99er
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I know I'll get laughed at but the treadwright guard dog is badass, and the price makes it worth it even if you end up not liking them.

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I just put on a set of guard dogs last weekend. I'm happy with them. What size did you go with. I bought some 16 rims and went with 285/75/16s.
12-11-2012 06:09 PM
scoobyjeep
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Those Firestone tire were awesome
yea i have actually toyed with the idea of running 315s but they wouldn't be floatation tires.
12-11-2012 01:49 PM
IslandTJ
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KM2's were 45$ more a tire then the Kevlars
12-11-2012 01:44 PM
banks316
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Out of curiosity, why didn't you consider BFG KM2s? I like them and I think their lug pattern and soft compound (much softer, compared to the original KM1s) should do well on wet and dry rocks. I had mine siped and they also do well on asphalt .
KM2's were 45$ more a tire then the Kevlars
12-11-2012 12:13 PM
IslandTJ Out of curiosity, why didn't you consider BFG KM2s? I like them and I think their lug pattern and soft compound (much softer, compared to the original KM1s) should do well on wet and dry rocks. I had mine siped and they also do well on asphalt .
12-11-2012 11:06 AM
banks316
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Originally Posted by scoobyjeep View Post
i have no doubt that other tires do better, but for what i have i haven't had any issues. i would love to go back to my firestone tires if they made the in 35's. i do agree that the sidewalls are very stiff
Those Firestone tire were awesome
12-11-2012 10:56 AM
scoobyjeep
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Originally Posted by banks316 View Post
Follow me down the crusher when its wet and then tell me you have no issues on the rocks. Running the kevlars at 5 psi I had to use my lockers more then I wanted compaired to other tires I ran.
i have no doubt that other tires do better, but for what i have i haven't had any issues. i would love to go back to my firestone tires if they made the in 35's. i do agree that the sidewalls are very stiff
12-11-2012 06:23 AM
banks316
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Originally Posted by scoobyjeep View Post
i have ran my MTR's in the mud and rock and have had no issues yet, its mostly down to personal preference but i do agree about the sidewalls being to deep, i want the old hummer tires in 35's
Follow me down the crusher when its wet and then tell me you have no issues on the rocks. Running the kevlars at 5 psi I had to use my lockers more then I wanted compaired to other tires I ran.
12-09-2012 10:40 PM
scoobyjeep i have ran my MTR's in the mud and rock and have had no issues yet, its mostly down to personal preference but i do agree about the sidewalls being to deep, i want the old hummer tires in 35's
12-08-2012 02:10 AM
hunteryj93 Hey as long as they work for ya thats all that matters.
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