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Old 04-23-2017, 07:20 PM   #3121
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just put on my new wheels and tires from DT. I went with the level 8 trackers and nitto tera grapplers and I couldn't be any happier. love the look of them

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You can, however, remove the level [8] sticker and you will then have an all black center cap.
Is the same true of the TKO's?

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just put on my new wheels and tires from DT. I went with the level 8 trackers and nitto tera grapplers and I couldn't be any happier. love the look of them
Looks great, Hollywood! Thank you for your support

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Is the same true of the TKO's?
Yes it is. This goes for the full face center cap that comes with the wheel as well as the optional cap.
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Just ordered "The Combo" from my local DT today. Hopefully they will be installed this week.
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That's great to hear, Master P! Thank you for your support!
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Old 04-25-2017, 10:36 AM   #3126
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DT, PM'd you about ordering a package. Hoping to get it in before the 4/30 expiration on the $80 Goodyear rebate.
BTW there's a local store being built very close to my house
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DT, PM'd you about ordering a package. Hoping to get it in before the 4/30 expiration on the $80 Goodyear rebate.
BTW there's a local store being built very close to my house
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Old 04-26-2017, 12:22 AM   #3128
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Will a 1.5" leveling kit be enough to keep from rubbing with the swaybar disconnected with 33" duratracs on TKO's?

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Here she is.
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Another note on the amazing service I received at DT. One of the wheels was cracked and bent when they pulled it out of the box. I guess that's a good reason to buy 5, right?

The manager knocked another $100 off and installation off the 5th wheel when I have to take it back next week for the hassle.

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+1 for DTD. Ordered on Tuesday afternoon, wheels were at my door today (Friday). Looks so much better. I'm not even sure I want to lift it, I think it's awesome as-is. Guess I will see how much rubbing I get off-road.
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Another note on the amazing service I received at DT. One of the wheels was cracked and bent when they pulled it out of the box. I guess that's a good reason to buy 5, right?

The manager knocked another $100 off and installation off the 5th wheel when I have to take it back next week for the hassle.

Thanks again!
Ugh, frustrating when issues like that arise, but I'm glad to hear the manager made it right!

The new set-up looks awesome BTW, thank you for your support!

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Looks great, secretspy711! Thank you for the shout out
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Here is my first post. First, I'd like to say thanks to everyone on here for all of the great info. I'm going to add my $0.2 to keep the info flowing. I'd specifically like to say thanks to the guys at DTD for answering my PM's. I bounced back and forth between doing 33/12.5/15 vs 285/70/17. I initially wanted the tires tucked up under the fender more than the 15's allow, but ended up going with "the combo" because most lift kits require 4.5" backspacing or less, so I'd might as well do the combo at a 3.75" BS and get the look that everyone likes. I liked the big look of 33/15's but liked the tucked aspect of 17's with more BS. I was also worried about balancing issues with the 15's.

End of the day, I'm very happy with the setup now. It looks WAY bigger than I thought it would. It looks fantastic. The balance on these tires is fantastic. I took it right out of the garage and ran across Denver to get another part and got it up into the 80's for over 20 min each way on the highway. It felt like it had the stock tires on it. Not a change in power or handling whats so ever. I did use a superchips flashcal to adjust the tire size.
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Old 05-03-2017, 10:53 AM   #3134
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Hi guys, just wondering about the TPMS programming for my new tires. DTD said that I just have to drive for about a minute and they would program themselves. I've also read somewhere that it might take up to 10 minutes of driving above 15mph to get them to register.

It's been 5 days since I put them on, mixed driving but I'm pretty sure I've driven for 10 minutes somewhere in there. TPMS is still not reading. All 4 are just saying "--". Am I doing something wrong? Do I have incorrect sensors? Invoice says that 315MHz sensors were installed. How can I confirm the frequency of my 2016 JKU? Looks like there was a change in frequency around 2012/2013 and I might have a 433MHz system.

The warning light flashes for about a minute when I start up, then stays on solid. Do I need to disconnect and reconnect the battery?
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Here is my first post. First, I'd like to say thanks to everyone on here for all of the great info. I'm going to add my $0.2 to keep the info flowing. I'd specifically like to say thanks to the guys at DTD for answering my PM's. I bounced back and forth between doing 33/12.5/15 vs 285/70/17. I initially wanted the tires tucked up under the fender more than the 15's allow, but ended up going with "the combo" because most lift kits require 4.5" backspacing or less, so I'd might as well do the combo at a 3.75" BS and get the look that everyone likes. I liked the big look of 33/15's but liked the tucked aspect of 17's with more BS. I was also worried about balancing issues with the 15's.

End of the day, I'm very happy with the setup now. It looks WAY bigger than I thought it would. It looks fantastic. The balance on these tires is fantastic. I took it right out of the garage and ran across Denver to get another part and got it up into the 80's for over 20 min each way on the highway. It felt like it had the stock tires on it. Not a change in power or handling whats so ever. I did use a superchips flashcal to adjust the tire size.
WOW, Great looking Jeep. Thank you for your king words. Glad to hear you like the outcome.

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Hi guys, just wondering about the TPMS programming for my new tires. DTD said that I just have to drive for about a minute and they would program themselves. I've also read somewhere that it might take up to 10 minutes of driving above 15mph to get them to register.

It's been 5 days since I put them on, mixed driving but I'm pretty sure I've driven for 10 minutes somewhere in there. TPMS is still not reading. All 4 are just saying "--". Am I doing something wrong? Do I have incorrect sensors? Invoice says that 315MHz sensors were installed. How can I confirm the frequency of my 2016 JKU? Looks like there was a change in frequency around 2012/2013 and I might have a 433MHz system.

The warning light flashes for about a minute when I start up, then stays on solid. Do I need to disconnect and reconnect the battery?
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Can I get a quote for 5 33x12.5x15 Duratracs with Level 8 Trackers with TPMS shipped to 07650?
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Old 05-15-2017, 12:04 PM   #3138
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Just thought I would report back. On Friday I got the correct TPMS sensors installed at a local DT. The pressures started displaying on the dash before I even hit the first stoplight on the way home. So that's good!

But before I left, I checked the pressures and had to let some air out. One was at 42, the others were at 37. Max is 35, but I think these should be run at about 32 on the street for a JKU? I haven't done a chalk test yet.

Leaving the shop, it seemed like the tires weren't balanced quite as perfectly as compared to when I first received them. I didn't look to see if the tech moved any weights. The next day, I went on a trail-run and I noticed some shake on the way home but it was hard to tell if it was any worse than when I left the shop. But now I looked at the weights and noticed one was at a 45-degree angle (see photo), and I could see where weights had been previously stuck-on and were no-longer symmetric. Since I didn't look at the weights when I left the shop, it's impossible to know if the DT tech removed some or if I just lost some of them. I don't know if he tried to keep the tire and wheel aligned to avoid having to re-balance. The attached pictures are the fronts. The rears have the weights mounted further into the wheel, which seems less likely to get knocked off, and appear intact.

Since I purchased from DTD, not a local DT store, does that mean I didn't purchase the lifetime balancing?
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Just thought I would report back. On Friday I got the correct TPMS sensors installed at a local DT. The pressures started displaying on the dash before I even hit the first stoplight on the way home. So that's good!

But before I left, I checked the pressures and had to let some air out. One was at 42, the others were at 37. Max is 35, but I think these should be run at about 32 on the street for a JKU? I haven't done a chalk test yet.

Leaving the shop, it seemed like the tires weren't balanced quite as perfectly as compared to when I first received them. I didn't look to see if the tech moved any weights. The next day, I went on a trail-run and I noticed some shake on the way home but it was hard to tell if it was any worse than when I left the shop. But now I looked at the weights and noticed one was at a 45-degree angle (see photo), and I could see where weights had been previously stuck-on and were no-longer symmetric. Since I didn't look at the weights when I left the shop, it's impossible to know if the DT tech removed some or if I just lost some of them. I don't know if he tried to keep the tire and wheel aligned to avoid having to re-balance. The attached pictures are the fronts. The rears have the weights mounted further into the wheel, which seems less likely to get knocked off, and appear intact.

Since I purchased from DTD, not a local DT store, does that mean I didn't purchase the lifetime balancing?
Our apologizes for the balance and pressure issues. 35 PSI is the recommended cold inflation pressure.

With regard to balance, tire and wheel packages that are purchased through Discount Tire Direct do not include lifetime balance and rotation services at the Discount Tire store locations. This can be purchased in-store, though, for $16.00 per assembly.

Given you recent TPMS troubles, we'll make sure the balance is taken care of. PM coming your way.
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TPMS question for you guys -

I recently swapped my TPMS-equipped combo from a 2011 to a 2017. The 2011 simply had the low tire pressure warning light, while the 2017 has the gauge which is supposed to show the pressures in the individual tires.

My low pressure warning light is lit up, which makes sense, since I run the Duratracs around 30psi. However, the gauge that displays the pressure for each tire is blank. Since the combo is TPMS-equipped, should I at least be seeing that information show up in the gauge?

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TPMS question for you guys -

I recently swapped my TPMS-equipped combo from a 2011 to a 2017. The 2011 simply had the low tire pressure warning light, while the 2017 has the gauge which is supposed to show the pressures in the individual tires.

My low pressure warning light is lit up, which makes sense, since I run the Duratracs around 30psi. However, the gauge that displays the pressure for each tire is blank. Since the combo is TPMS-equipped, should I at least be seeing that information show up in the gauge?

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The 2011 sensors differ from the 2017 sensors, so the system won't pick them up. Discount Tire Direct has the correct sensors for your 2017 if you're interested. They run $40.00 per sensor with FREE delivery.
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Our apologizes for the balance and pressure issues. 35 PSI is the recommended cold inflation pressure.

With regard to balance, tire and wheel packages that are purchased through Discount Tire Direct do not include lifetime balance and rotation services at the Discount Tire store locations. This can be purchased in-store, though, for $16.00 per assembly.

Given you recent TPMS troubles, we'll make sure the balance is taken care of. PM coming your way.
Have to interject, 35 psi is the max cold for the 33x1250r15 duratrac. You should not run it at this but between 27-32 max cold. Your tpms sensor will light up if the tire pressure falls under 37 psi (door jam recommendation). You will need to use a calibrator or pro cal etc to adjust the parameters to your liking. Do not run your 33" tires or 35" tires at or above 35psi.
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I have them set at 31 cold. I did a chalk test and it looks like they could use slightly less.

I think you meant "if it falls under 27" ...not 37
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Time to share. DTD had my Duratracs and Level 8 Trackers in my driveway about 38 hours after I ordered! Before and after pics with the Teraflex leveling kit. -19 offset on the L8T's.

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Have to interject, 35 psi is the max cold for the 33x1250r15 duratrac. You should not run it at this but between 27-32 max cold. Your tpms sensor will light up if the tire pressure falls under 37 psi (door jam recommendation). You will need to use a calibrator or pro cal etc to adjust the parameters to your liking. Do not run your 33" tires or 35" tires at or above 35psi.
Thank you for your comments ESP. You right, 35 PSI is also the max pressure for this tire.

The reason we recommend this pressure is because it matches the O.E. pressure for, secretspy711 Base Sport JK while exceeding the vehicle manufactures load carrying requirement for the tires. The tires can, in this case, be run as low as 25 PSI cold.
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33" duratracs w/ 15" Level 8 Trackers. A little lift with 2" Rough Country.

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I've been happily running this combo for the past three years and have loved every second but the stickers on my center caps have faded pretty bad. Anyone running the regular trackers without center caps?

Also, I know people say that they're not necessary but are there hub centric rings available for the trackers on a JK?
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I've been happily running this combo for the past three years and have loved every second but the stickers on my center caps have faded pretty bad. Anyone running the regular trackers without center caps?

Also, I know people say that they're not necessary but are there hub centric rings available for the trackers on a JK?
Glad to hear you're pleased with your tire and wheel set-up, Revo!

As you've found, the center cap logo will fade over time. I think we may be able to order replacements though. Shoot us a PM with the name and phone number on the invoice and we'll see what we can do for you

With regard to hub centric rings, the Tracker can not utilize them since the center cap pushes through the back of the wheel; a hub ring will not seat properly.
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So far, I love the look and performance of the 33" duratracs...but...I'm getting rock chips and road grime up and down the sides and fenders. I'm seriously considering going back to thinner tires, unless anyone has any suggestions that doesn't involve $600 fender flares...

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Hey guys,

I recently placed an order with Discount Tires Direct for my 2017 Jeep Wrangler Big Bear Edition (2 door). However, my order was put on hold due to the tires not holding the weight of the vehicle?? Can you guys please confirm if my order below will be fine for my vehicle? I am new to this so any help will be appreciated.

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