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Old 03-26-2014, 05:51 PM
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Alex check out falken rockymountains they've got grip

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Nitto terra grapplers. Nice tready looking tire to go with your wheels. I had silent armors and they were alright. The grapplers have better traction on and off road tho. With the grapplers on a wot launch from zero my hemi got zero wheel spin and not even a single chirp. The silent armors would spin. Very solid tire but relatively expensive at $215 each.
Lol your hemi spins them but I doubt a low geared v6 will do more then chirp if drag launched. They are a little pricy I agree. Another option are general tires grabbers. Massive grip from them. I currently have a kumho on thd left rear and a grabber on the right rear, in my videos in the snow you can see that the truck kicks out in the direction that the grabber is on.
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Alex check out falken rockymountains they've got grip
They make some good tires. Even the wild country ones are good
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They make some good tires. Even the wild country ones are good
Or the wild peaks are good too
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Well not expensive tires I mean common gents I'm in LA haha and its never rains lol and its hot during summer and I want them thready lol let me know haha

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Well not expensive tires I mean common gents I'm in LA haha and its never rains lol and its hot during summer and I want them thready lol let me know haha

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Lol your hemi spins them but I doubt a low geared v6 will do more then chirp if drag launched. They are a little pricy I agree. Another option are general tires grabbers. Massive grip from them. I currently have a kumho on thd left rear and a grabber on the right rear, in my videos in the snow you can see that the truck kicks out in the direction that the grabber is on.
Assuming your Jeep is 4wd, it's a bad idea to run mismatched tires bro. Even though they're the "same size", there are allowable size tolerances in manufacturing to be considered a certain size tire. So when you have different brand tires on a full time 4wd the small differences in tire diameters cause undue stress and torque on your diff and transfer case. I've seen some pretty bad damage and high repair costs from running mismatched brand tires on AWD and full time 4wd vehicles. Not preachin, just my .02...
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Cnat go wrong with general tire grabber hts tires
I'll check it for sure bro! Ummm I'll look into it tonighg

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Cnat go wrong with general tire grabber hts tires
I don't know if they make tires that will clear in his wheel size. (Smallest 18 in tire was like 33inches) I think he's running 18 in rims...
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Well not expensive tires I mean common gents I'm in LA haha and its never rains lol and its hot during summer and I want them thready lol let me know haha Sent from my Nexus 5 using Tapatalk
So does that mean you want all terrain tires and no all seasons? What do you have now? What tire size you looking for? What's your rim size and width?
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I don't know if they make tires that will clear in his wheel size. (Smallest 18 in tire was like 33inches) I think he's running 18 in rims...
He has the 17's. My one grabber hts is 245/65/17
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Assuming your Jeep is 4wd, it's a bad idea to run mismatched tires bro. Even though they're the "same size", there are allowable size tolerances in manufacturing to be considered a certain size tire. So when you have different brand tires on a full time 4wd the small differences in tire diameters cause undue stress and torque on your diff and transfer case. I've seen some pretty bad damage and high repair costs from running mismatched brand tires on AWD and full time 4wd vehicles. Not preachin, just my .02...
I don't know about this I had one tire that was mismatched on my zj, and it ran perfectly fine. If you measure the tire and it's within spec of the other tires and has a similar tread pattern it should be fine. Remember there is even a difference in tire size between a new tire and an old tire and even a under inflated will be smaller. Besides Jeff is 2wd
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