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Old 02-18-2018, 08:36 PM
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35 inch tires on JK and best place to buy

I know this topic has been discussed more than Trumpís presidential campaign, but Iíve just gotten my lift kit in the mail, and am looking at a 35 inch tire upgrade.

Iíve got a 2011 Mojave edition and have a Rancho 3Ē sport suspension ready to be installed. My Jeep is primarily a daily driver and I take it out on some trails or in the mud maybe once a month.

I used to run KM2s but when I got an incredible deal on some 75th anniversary wheels with street tires on I finally realized just how awful mud tires can be for a daily.

Iíd really like some all terrain tires as theyíre a good compromise between performance and comfort, and Iím wondering what you all would recommend. Also, whereís the best place to pick up said tires? A friend who just put 37s on his Rubicon recommended Tirebuyer.com but Iím wondering what else is out there for a great deal on tires.

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I got a set of 34Ē Ridge Grapplers from discount tire. Itís an awesome tire and the deal was to good to pass up.

They are on the forum so hit them up for a quote.


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I got a set of 34Ē Ridge Grapplers from discount tire. Itís an awesome tire and the deal was to good to pass up.

They are on the forum so hit them up for a quote.


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Iíll second that with discount tire, ordered my first Nitto Terra Grappler from them and have almost 100k miles on them. Still tread left! Just got a set of Nitto Ridge Grappler 35x12.50x17 going on today. Order those from them also. They get to you in 1-2 days, save a ton of money and are great customer service. I got their certificates on tires also and they replaced one of my old ones no questions asked.
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I know this topic has been discussed more than Trumpís presidential campaign, but Iíve just gotten my lift kit in the mail, and am looking at a 35 inch tire upgrade.

Iíve got a 2011 Mojave edition and have a Rancho 3Ē sport suspension ready to be installed. My Jeep is primarily a daily driver and I take it out on some trails or in the mud maybe once a month.

I used to run KM2s but when I got an incredible deal on some 75th anniversary wheels with street tires on I finally realized just how awful mud tires can be for a daily.

Iíd really like some all terrain tires as theyíre a good compromise between performance and comfort, and Iím wondering what you all would recommend. Also, whereís the best place to pick up said tires? A friend who just put 37s on his Rubicon recommended Tirebuyer.com but Iím wondering what else is out there for a great deal on tires.
Discount Tire will usually match what you can get online and then you get their service after the sale. For the terrain in your photo, consider the Kumho AT51 as they are highly recommended in the snow and provide a great ride quality.
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