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Old 11-15-2011, 02:25 PM
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Tire options, possibly tire and wheel options

I have my 2011 GC Laredo X hemi Off road pkg 2 coming tomorrow. The tires are trash, especially because I am coming from my loaded 2007 jk Rubicon with Baja MTZ tires. I was expecting the onroad/offroad tires and whats on there are generic all seasons that look like they'll get dominated off road, let alone the snow. (I live in MN) Is there anything I can do via the dealership since they aren't the appropriate tire? I was thinking about asking for a swap for wheels on one of their used JKs (Moabs with duelers) which is a long shot. If they wont do anything, because they are less than helpful since I put my down payment down? Only reason I went with them is because they gave the best discount and offered free shipping on the car. Anyway, Do the 265/65/r18 BFG AT's fit without rubbing? I have QL so my concern is with this park mode.

Another thing i've thought about is inexpensively aquiring some of the Rubi take off Moabs wit their MTs. Those I am afraid will rub when the Jeep lowers. Would they rub even with wheel spacers?

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Old 11-15-2011, 02:58 PM
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Re: Tire options, possibly tire and wheel options

Hi mrwow, congrats on your purchase! check out this thread where I believe one guyvwas successful in getting proper off road tyres put on. It's always worth asking the dealer can only say no.
Off-Road Adventure II Package Tires

As for the tyre size, I believe they would fit. There are plenty of threads in this section dedicated to what tyres fit.
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