Jeeps Parking Next To Other Jeeps


GorillaBiscuit

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Not really but here’s a pic...... since this is a Jeeps parking next to jeeps.. my black one is beside it in the garage😂
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Nice!! I really like the BFG all terrain tires. When I finally buy tires for Big Red, I'm pretty sure I'm going to get either the BFG's or the GoodYear Wrangler all terrain tires with the Kevlar. I just really can not decide on what size I want. Lol 😆
 
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Nice!! I really like the BFG all terrain tires. When I finally buy tires for Big Red, I'm pretty sure I'm going to get either the BFG's or the GoodYear Wrangler all terrain tires with the Kevlar. I just really can not decide on what size I want. Lol 😆
Thanks...I know it’s a tough decision...U see jeeps with bigger tires and they look so good.. then you spend 2k in tires an lift and then the drive and characteristics change and then you see a stock-ish Jeep and say that’s good!!😂
 

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Nice!! I really like the BFG all terrain tires. When I finally buy tires for Big Red, I'm pretty sure I'm going to get either the BFG's or the GoodYear Wrangler all terrain tires with the Kevlar. I just really can not decide on what size I want. Lol 😆
I have BFG All-Terrains on mine and love them. Plenty of traction, ride great, hold up well. I've run them on several Jeeps. I tried Cooper and Goodyear but won't go back to either of them for a variety of reasons. With Goodyear, there is a reason they have the nickname "good for a year". :ROFLMAO: The Duratracs are probably one of their best tires, but the price is too high IMO compared to other choices.
 

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I have BFG All-Terrains on mine and love them. Plenty of traction, ride great, hold up well. I've run them on several Jeeps. I tried Cooper and Goodyear but won't go back to either of them for a variety of reasons. With Goodyear, there is a reason they have the nickname "good for a year". :ROFLMAO: The Duratracs are probably one of their best tires, but the price is too high IMO compared to other choices.
I was looking on Discount tires website and they have the GoodYear adventure Kevlar tires listed with an SL load rating and the KO2'S listed with a D1 load rating. I think the D1 is a higher rating, which I definitely prefer. The KO2'S are also listed as 10lbs heavier per tire! That's a big difference. Lol