found some 31 inch wildcat ext mud tires on craigslist. The only problem with mud tires I guess is that they are pretty chunky. How do you guys feel about chunky tires? Do you notice a drop in MPGs and are they good for a Daily Driver? I really only want them for the rims, but if I could get a good use of these tires I'll take 'em...
Heres a picture of them.
03-04-2011 04:16 PM
And they are new--only 50 miles on them
03-04-2011 05:21 PM
if the price is right i'd run'm. i have 35'' wrangler mtz they are kinda loud in the rag top.but i like em'. look'n at those i'd think that they wouldnt be all that noisey.
03-04-2011 05:22 PM
03-04-2011 06:19 PM
The guy wants 700 by I might be able to talk him down a bit
03-08-2011 10:42 AM
They won't hurt your mpg to much
03-08-2011 11:02 AM
On my 2010 two door JK I noticed a 1.5 mpg increase in gas mileage when I changed from 35" Goodyear MTR w/k tires to 35" Cepek FC II tires. The MTRs are a relatively mild mud tire, but one that seems to have a fairly high rolling resistance. The FC IIs are a very smooth rolling AT tire. So you might notice a 1 mpg drop in fuel mileage, assuming all else is equal to your current tires (same size, same air pressure, same driving style, etc.)
03-08-2011 11:04 AM
I would use them.
03-08-2011 05:14 PM
I actually found another set of 5 BFG all terrains on chrome cragar rims that I think are soft 8s..Gonna go with those instead for $600...Only problem is I will need to paint the chrome wheels black which I hear is very hard to do