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June 11, 2019
Great AT Tires!
We bought these tires for our Jeep Wrangler and thought they were so good I put them on my Chevy Silverado too. They are tough looking and a great ride. They are quiet and smooth. Great for off road and highway so you can't go wrong with them.Helpful (4)
May 25, 2019
The perfect tire for on-road with off-road stints
This was the tire we needed, the Jeep is my wife's daily work car and as much as I wanted MT tires she needed a good road tire with great off-road abilities. Highly recommended.Helpful (5)
May 08, 2019
Had bfg ko’s New to falken quiet great on wet minimal rocks caught in Lugs excellent traction in mudHelpful (8)
October 06, 2018
Really impressed with this tire, great performance and looks good, would recommend to anyoneHelpful (10)
October 02, 2018
Perfect All-Terrain tire!
Purchased these 35" tires for my Wrangler JK and 4.5 back spacing. They fit perfectly with no rubbing turning lock to lock. The pictures do not do these tires justice. They look aggressive for an all-terrain and are silent and smooth on the highway. Deep tread and look like they would clean out well if you ever get into the mud. The snow and wet traction are 10x better then a mud terrain. Love these tires and highly recommend them.Helpful (15)
August 03, 2018
Great tire, pain in the *** to mount at home.
Just got these tires on today and they're a huge improvement over the old tires. Much smoother ride, much quieter, and didn't need much weight to balance. They are a pain to mount at home so we ended up taking them to a shop for mounting after struggling for 2 hours to get the bead set.Helpful (8)
July 15, 2018
Great traction in snowstorms and on soft beach sand.Helpful (11)
June 21, 2018
4 outta 5 Stars
Having run the 285/70/17 flavor of these tires through a upper Midwestern winter, I have to say I'm impressed. The road noise is minimal, the wear is excellent, and the traction in slushy/cruddy conditions is amazing. They perform great on moderate trails, clear mud fairly well, and they can take a beating.Helpful (16)
May 22, 2018
I have been very impressed with these tires. Very quiet and smooth on the highway. I had a chance to do some moderate wheeling a few weeks ago and the tires were excellent.Helpful (10)
May 10, 2018
This is a really nice tire, it looks awesome and it comes at a great priceHelpful (7)
If I get the 33 inch tires with stock suspension (2015 Unlimited Sport) do I need any other components? Or can I install the tires and only the tires?
As long as you aren't looking at a tire wider than 10 inches you won't find any rubbing. Any wider, you will need a wheel spacer for how much wider the tire is. So for example, an 11.5 inch wide tire would need a 1.5 inch wheel spacer. As far as height, at stock height, a 33 will likely be hitting your fenders. I would recommend getting at least a leveling kit in order to lift your Jeep up a bit and confirm fitment for those 33s.
I'm looking to get a set of these tires but keep my stock 2015 wrangler rim. Which tire dimension do you recommend I run to fit my stock 17 inch rim?
It would be recommendedto get a 33" tire with the factory wheels but they can work with 35" tires as well.
I have ‘13 JKU w/ 285/50/20 tires, 1.5” spacers, hurricane fenders, and no lift. Wanting to go to 35’s on either 16” or 17” wheels. What considerations should I be taking? Would kind of like to eliminate the spacers.
You would need at least a 2.5 inch lift to guarantee no rubbing with a 35. In terms of the width of the tires, if you are looking to get one of our aftermarket wheels, which offer a backspacing of about 4.5 inches, you can go as wide as 12 inches.
I currently have a 2014 jku willys with stock 17x7.5" rims. I also have a 3.5"lift and 1.5"spacers. I hear people say all the time that they are putting 35" tires on the factory rims. How advisable is this? I more than likely will go with the 285/75/17's, but would love to be able to go bigger with the lift I currently have.
With any wheel we would suggest looking at the tire specs on the tire you are purchasing as some tire manufacturers list requirements for a wheel size. For example with the Falken Wildpeak All Terrain Tire in a 285/75R17 lists an approved wheel width of 7.5 - 9.5, so your stock rim would be fine. But for like their 35/12.50R17 they list 8.5-11" wide wheels.
So I'm running stock rims off of 2013 there 18 inch rims with 255 70 r18 stock tires I would like to put a set of the 33s on there but not sure which ones would be the right ones I should get what is your suggestion
We would suggest the 265/70/18 Falken Wildpeak All Terrain Tire to avoid rubbing with stock wheels.
No, that will be much too wide for proper fitment. We can only confirm as wide as 10 inches and as tall as 32 inches for an otherwise stock application. This will be just about 34.5 inches tall and 12.5 inches wide, so you will need at least a 2 inch wheel spacer for fitment width-wise. Height wise, it will technically fit, but those tires will be slapping the fenders every time you hit a pot hole or bump in the road.
A 33 will be just a bit tall to guarantee no rubbing, but that would be doable and plenty of people have installed 33s on an otherwise stock application. You will just risk rubbing/slapping the fenders with your tires every time you hit a pot hole or go trail riding. The rim size will not affect fitment of the tire height-wise.
Tire fitment will vary based on lift, wheels being used, etc.
You would be able to fit a 33 inch tall tire and depending on the wheel width would determine how wide of a tire you can go with.
I have a 2 door as well, you will need at least a 2.5" lift to ensure no rubbing, even with that, we still had to trim the inner fenders to stop rubbing. Mine is a daily driver, and you will want to also regear, and upgrade your brakes, as well as recalibrate your speedometer. It is a big jump to go up to 35's and a lot of work. I usually suggest for other daily drivers to stick to 33's as it is much easier to manage. Please give our customer service a call if you would like to talk about a specific set up, and we would be happy to help!
35" tires would be a great fit for that set up!
Those will likely work just fine without any rubbing. There is a very small chance that you could experience a small amount of rubbing if you do any serious off-roading, but if you are mostly doing on road driving, you should be good to go!
We do have two options for a 35" tire which are labeled as such under the 17" column.
Please keep in mind that a 35x12.50R17 Falken Wildpeak All Terrain Tire will require a wheel size of 17x8.5 - 17x11.0 wheel to mount properly. The 315/70R18 which is also a 35" will require a wheel size of 17x8.0 - 17x11.0 to mount properly. Fitment of these tires sizes with a 2.5" lift would depend on what year and model your Wrangler is. Please contact our customer service department so that we can learn more about your Jeep and answer your question! Our contact information can be found here: https://www.extremeterrain.com/contact.html.
The 235/75r15 tires are about as large as you can go without any rubbing issues or lift. You can squeeze a 30x9.5r15 but may rub a little at full wheel clock.
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