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Old 08-07-2015, 05:37 PM
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Mammoth with 33" Toyo Open Country AT II

After weeks of analyzing every possible wheel and tire I finally went with this combo. My goal was an aggressive 33" tire that didn't affect everyday drivability, and a light, black wheel that was stealth in appearance. Without any lift or spacers, these fit fine, with an inch or so protrusion past the fenders. It barely affected my speedometer, and only added 11lbs per wheel/tire from stock (59.5 to 70.5). I added dual Truetracs when I installed my Spyder diff covers







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Looks great, and I know the At2 are a very well liked tire.

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I'm glad you posted this. Even though it will be a while before I buy wheels I've been looking. I never considered these wheels just because at a glance I thought they looked too much like my stick wheels. Your pictures show how wrong I was. They're really cool, and definitely are contenders. Did you order them with your tires? I read in different tread that one guy had to use a lot of weight to get them to balance, did you?
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After weeks of analyzing every possible wheel and tire I finally went with this combo. My goal was an aggressive 33" tire that didn't affect everyday drivability, and a light, black wheel that was stealth in appearance. Without any lift or spacers, these fit fine, with an inch or so protrusion past the fenders. It barely affected my speedometer, and only added 11lbs per wheel/tire from stock (59.5 to 70.5). I added dual Truetracs when I installed my Spyder diff covers





I love the look on your all black rig. Nice choice!

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Old 09-01-2015, 02:07 PM
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I'm glad you posted this. Even though it will be a while before I buy wheels I've been looking. I never considered these wheels just because at a glance I thought they looked too much like my stick wheels. Your pictures show how wrong I was. They're really cool, and definitely are contenders. Did you order them with your tires? I read in different tread that one guy had to use a lot of weight to get them to balance, did you?
Funny you should say that, there ae quite a few little weights on some of the wheels But they ride great on the highway, very little noise. I wanted the Pintlers origianlly, but it was at leat 2 months out from every dealer. Plus these whre $75 less a wheel times 5. I added the Jeep center hubs, and have since replaced the log nuts with black ones.
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What is the full size these tires? example 285/70/17
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Old 09-19-2015, 01:58 PM   #7
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Mammoth Boulder Wheels

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I love the look on your all black rig. Nice choice!

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I am considering the Charcoal Version of the Boulder by Mammoth. Who makes these wheels?

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Hey trauma, I know this is an old post, but are these the 17" or 16" version? Tough to tell
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17x9 - 285/70

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