|11-24-2009 05:21 PM|
|11-24-2009 04:06 PM|
Here are some. But you'd have to really want that look. They'll be miserable on and off road.
Tires for your Willys Jeep
|11-24-2009 03:57 PM|
|Seawalker||That would be the ones|
|11-24-2009 03:55 PM|
|adkjoe||You mean the tires on M*A*S*H jeeps huh? I don't think they would be to good.|
|11-24-2009 03:50 PM|
|Seawalker||Thanks Geoff, That is what I was asking about.|
|11-24-2009 03:46 PM|
If you're talking the old school military look tires that they used to run on CJs, well, they suck. Tires have come a long way.
My dad ran them on the family CJ - it was entirely stock, and he liked it that way. But they weren't good tires. We've swapped for more modern tires now.
|11-24-2009 03:39 PM|
|terrible2||There was this guy selling humvee tires, 37" by Firestone? for $75 each on the pirate 4x4 forum. He buys big bulk packages from the military and sells them to the public. Try looking him up on pirate4x4 if you want some.|
|11-24-2009 02:47 PM|
|omgwtfbbqcopter||The tires on my hmmwv suck. They do have strong sidewalls though, but when they have no air in them, they do flex a bit. They're also expensive as hell, and if you do find a set, don't get a set that's more than 1 year old. The tires on my HMMWV are only 2 years old and very dry rotted. I believe they're Michelin's, but I can't remember. PLS's use Michelins.|
|11-24-2009 01:22 PM|
|terrible2||I know hte Humvee Tires have strong sidewalls so when you air down, you cant really get the grip youd want|
|11-24-2009 12:20 PM|
Has anyone used the Old style Military Tires on there TJ?
If so how do they preform?