|03-23-2010 03:25 PM|
|jeep-new-b||ok , as i was saying before this is my first 4wheel drive jeep and havent ever been climbing or mudding or anything in my life i was one of the tuner kids with the honda until i realized and researched "the wrangler". As i was saying this morning my wife backed down into a small ditch(one wheel) and was stuck(the liberty is 2wheel drive) so i got to use the wrangler, AWSOME i only have 2000 miles on it and was concerned about using the 4 wheel drive so early but needed too so i did and man was it great i love it i truly understand the saying "ITS A JEEP THING YOU WOULDNT UNDERSTAND" i am in love and its stock. As my list of up grades begin my mind goes crazy because there is so many different ways to go but couldnt think of anything better to be stressed out about..|
|03-23-2010 09:53 AM|
How about some Centerlines or AEV? Beadlock...?
|03-23-2010 09:19 AM|
|03-23-2010 08:59 AM|
|InfernoGirl||Can't disagree with that!|
|03-23-2010 08:57 AM|
Wheel spacers are an option but we both dislike those; I'm going to pretend they don't exist.
|03-23-2010 08:47 AM|
|InfernoGirl||Can't you guys fix tire scrub by adjusting the steering stops, like we can?|
|03-23-2010 08:05 AM|
|cheli||I agree with hilldweller, I purchased 35 inch tires and have them mounted on the factory wheels, they scrub when I turn the wheel all the way to the left and right, makes me angry!|
|03-23-2010 07:52 AM|
The beige one:
Try Old Bucktown Rd and Amicalola Mountain Rd after playing on the forest service roads; they have some tricky spots that will make you think but you shouldn't roll over or get stuck (not too stuck anyhow).
This is my friend Stumpy on Old Bucktown recently:
Go take a look in the JK area to get some ideas on what works:
JK Jeep Wrangler Forum - Jeep Wrangler Forum
I have 33s and a 2.5" puck lift with shocks over Unlimited springs; it works for me. If you want 35s, you can do the same and also run flat fenders; you can also do a 3" or 3.5" lift. In any case, it's better to use aftermarket wheels with less backspacing, especially if you lift.
|03-23-2010 05:50 AM|
|jeep-new-b||Ssg I live in north Ga.. Its about an hour north of atlanta up in the mountians, from what i understand weve got some pretty awsome place to ride up here that are in state parkshttp://www.n-georgia.com/orv_trails.htm if you havent checked it out try this one on and thanks for all the work you and your boys do for us NGeorgia OUT|
|03-23-2010 12:55 AM|
|schnutzy||if you wana run 35s on a stock jk, there is gona be some fender trimming. some one on here was running 33s on a stock one, and it seems like 32s are better for flexing over the 33s.|
|03-23-2010 12:47 AM|
Seems like I've read that you can go up to 35's on stock JK's, but someone who knows more than me about them will chime in soon, I'm sure...
Welcome to the forum, don't forget to wave, it's a Jeep thing!
|03-22-2010 11:06 PM|
I just bought a 2010 Sahara so I am looking to upgrade my tires too.
Where in GA are you from? I live in Warner Robins.
|03-22-2010 10:55 PM|
New jeep lot of questions and love..
Just bought a 2010 wrangler unlimited soooo happy the wife has had her liberty she fell in love with it so finally i got what i wanted (yes) the bad thing is dont know alot about wranglers except always have liked them but know love em. My jeep came stock with the 17 inch rims and i was wondering how big of a tire i could go??
Im sure i sound like a big dweeb but i got the maroon one i want black wheels and the best tire i can get that fits without rubbing, with no lift any help from ya'll id appreciate it this Georgia boy needs some assistance