Yes... This. I love a built LJ. Problem is... It takes a lot to built one well. 35s minimum, and it gets expensive to run 35s.Love this build! Well built LJs are really catching my eye recently. I think they’re so ugly stock but after seeing a couple well done now it’s making me want a LJR in the future hah.
On the last morning we made a killer breakfast and rolled out of camp. I had some serious miles to drive. Our remote desert compound was a pretty glorious home while we stayed, until next time.
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On the road again...
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Finally back onto some pavement after a million miles of dirt roads. HWY 395 in CA is one of my favorite scenic drives. It was fun taking it north in the LJ with the view of the Sierra Nevada range along for the ride.
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For those looking for 35" KO2s, keep an eye on Craigslist. That's the size that come on the Ford Raptor and folks seem to replace them quickly. As such there are usually some excellent condition take offs for sale.I believe that is correct.
The KM2 listed as a 35” tire still will measure 34.25” mounted. BFgoodrich is awful about the suggested size. It’s always way smaller.Bfg 315/70/17 = 34.4" available in c and e load ratings 15/32 tread
Bfg 35x12.5x 17 = 34.5" load range e
Goodyear mtr 35x12.5x17 = 34.8 load range C. 21/32 tread
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