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Best Tires for Your Jeep Wrangler

XT Staff

XT Staff

 / Jan 13 2020

2012 4-Door Wrangler JK on Off-Roading Tires

Table of Contents
  1. Why Tires are the First Jeep Mod
  2. Other Mods to go with Tires
  3. Choosing the Best Tire for Your Build

Why Tires are the First Jeep Mod

The name of the Jeep game is enjoying the great outdoors. Whether that’s sand dunes or tight forest trails, you’ll need the best tires for your Jeep to get you there. Tires change the entire attitude of your rig as well as increasing its off-roading potential. Two of the many reasons tires are a stable of any Wrangler build. You’ll notice multi-terrain and mud tires have additional side lugs to help grab slick surfaces when aired down. Sand tires will have a significantly different tread pattern, less meaty lugs and more siping. General off-roading and all-terrain tires will have shallower tread than mud dedicated tires but offer better fuel economy while on the road.

Other Mods to go with Jeep Tires

If you are planning on hitting the mud bogs with a dedicated set of tires, something to consider is a set of quick deflators and an air compressor. While airing down quickly will save you time on the trail, you never want to be on the street with deflated tires. You could risk having the tire roll off the wheel among other serious problems. Larger tires also pair with taller lift kits for many obvious reasons. You’ll want to give your new Jeep tires as much room as possible to grab as much as possible.

Choosing the Best Jeep Tire for Your Build

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