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Old 01-25-2011, 01:23 PM
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Changing wheels constantly?

Just wondering if a lot of you are changing your wheels out a lot, or just leaving on a set that are decent for the road and trails (for those of you using your Wrangler as a daily driver too).

I plan on using mine to get to work every day, and going on trails about once a week or twice a month.

Is it normal to have two sets of wheels and swap them out depending on where you're going?

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My LJ is a daily driver but sees a good amount of trails too. Right now it still has stock wheels and tires but I plan on upgrading them soon and I'll be sticking to 1 set. There are plenty of wheels and tires that will fit my needs for year round driving.

Take a look at the Goodyear DuraTrac. That may be a great year round tire for you. They are rated for sever winter conditions, they have good sized tread blocks and they would look great on your jeep as well.

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My LJ is a daily driver but sees a good amount of trails too. Right now it still has stock wheels and tires but I plan on upgrading them soon and I'll be sticking to 1 set. There are plenty of wheels and tires that will fit my needs for year round driving.

Take a look at the Goodyear DuraTrac. That may be a great year round tire for you. They are rated for sever winter conditions, they have good sized tread blocks and they would look great on your jeep as well.
Thanks! I'll check them out.
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Unless your jeep is dedicated to competition in rock crawling or mud-

There's NO NEED for different tires-

https://www.wranglerforum.com/f27/han...res-71503.html

Besides these there's lots of choices-

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l have a set of 5 Duratrack 285/70/17 for my daily driver on ultra 17X8 mamoths, and a set of 5 Toyo M/T 35X12.5X17 for Moab and other serious off roading.
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