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Old 03-31-2015, 07:33 PM
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Any opinions on these? Decent price and was described as the Michelin of Asia, made in Georgia.http://toyotires.com/tire/pattern/op...-terrain-tires

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I had the previous AT on my Silverado, I liked it. They run quiet on the pavement and give good all weather traction. Rain or snow are no problem. I can't comment much on off road worthiness other than some dirt lot's at landscaping yards and driving on my lawn.

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I have the Extremes in 35" on two rigs and love the tires. Quite on the rode and great off road and in the snow. Only short coming is they are not mud tires. The load up pretty fast but I have never gotten stuck with them yet.
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More discussion today for the92... Thinking about 31" x 10.5 x 15 on a 9.5 x 15 rim. Only concern is potential rubbing.

How much travel should I expect with stock height and both track bars on the Jeep?

I know the ride is fairly stiff, but not sure what flex if any to expect with light off road driving.
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More discussion today for the92... Thinking about 31" x 10.5 x 15 on a 9.5 x 15 rim. Only concern is potential rubbing. How much travel should I expect with stock height and both track bars on the Jeep? I know the ride is fairly stiff, but not sure what flex if any to expect with light off road driving.
You are gonna have to have some kind of lift to run 31". If you are just road driving 1" will "work". When I got mine the PO was running 31's with a 1" body lift with no problems on the road. Off road not enough clearance.


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These are 29" tires with the same 1" body lift. So. It comes down to what are you gonna be doing with it
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Thanks, that's good feedback. Probably a dumb question, but haven't had our 92 off road yet... Do you really get that much flex from a stock suspension?
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That is without the sway bar and both track bars off.
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