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What is the best gear ratio to run for larger tires? When you increase the diameter of your tires, your vehicle's engine has to work harder to turn them. Naturally, this will lead to increased fuel consumption and reduced performance. So, when upgrading to a set of larger tires you should re-gear your rig to regain this lost acceleration, performance and fuel economy.
Find your original tire size and gear ratio using the chart listed below, the intersection should be your approximate RPMs at 65 MPH. Then find your new tire size and follow it across to the closest RPM to your original tires, this will be your gear ratio choice.
This chart is based on driving at 65 MPH with a 1:1 gear ratio and a manual transmission in 4th gear. Please note if your vehicle is equipped with an automatic transmission your RPMs will be higher due to normal transmission and the torque converter slippage. In overdrive your RPMs will be approximately 15% to 30% less than indicated.
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June 27, 2019
Changed the entire look of my Jeep
I just had these put on a couple of weeks ago. Previously had the stock tires on it and went with the biggest of the 33's, which are actually 34's (and listed as such at other sites). Aggressive tread looks great but is surprisingly quiet on the street. Put some 1.5" wheel spacers on at the same time. Changed the entire look, and the ride is pretty much the same. Very impressed with these. It'll be interesting to see how they wear.Helpful (3)
June 11, 2019
Great looking, smooth ride, and low noise. Received lots of compliments! Haven't tried them in the Wisconsin winter yet, but im very impressive so far.Helpful (3)
March 13, 2019
Looks Great and Rides Great!
I am very impressed by these tires! They look and ride fantastic! I have yet to try these out in rain or snow but I am sure they will do just fine. Overall very satisfied with both the tires and wheels!Helpful (2)
February 03, 2019
Tires and Rims
I purchased 5 Tires and 5 Rims for a Christmas gift and I had everything mounted, balanced, with tire sensors with in 2 days delivered to our house in New Jersey. We are extremely happy with extreme terrain.Helpful (5)
November 19, 2018
NITTO Terra Grappler G2 Tire 35x12.5x17
Heard a lot of good things about the Nitto and while my last JK was dressed with Open Country, this time around I'd decided to try the Nitto all terrain. Honestly, I couldn't be happier with its quietness, and smooth ride. I don't use the vehicle for extreme terrain nor snow, so I can't address those issues. Highly recommended.Helpful (6)
November 08, 2018
Well made tire.
These tires will look good on your Wrangler. Currently have them on gloss black steel mammoth wheels. Let’s talk tire performance. On the hwy, road noise is minimal to non-existent. Off-road performance is decent. I’ve taken it through a mix of dirt, sand, mud and wooded areas and I haven’t been stuck yet. I don’t plan on doing any heavy duty rock crawling, so these tire serve my needs perfectly. If you are searching for a nice all terrain tire, look no further. Cheers!Helpful (8)
September 09, 2018
Grappler tires... look great
Tires are on my Sahara and look great. Looking forward to getting it lifted next.Helpful (7)
July 13, 2018
Really nice tires
Just put these 35’s on my JL and once I had it aligned, they ride really nice. Don’t ever mistake a Jeep ride for some 4x4 SUV ride, because it is generally a bit rougher. Even before I put my Mopar 2” lift on, the ride was a bit rough but I have come to like it now that the steering issue has been resolved. Looking forward to many many miles with these tires.Helpful (7)
June 23, 2018
Very smooth on road.. little to no noise... very steady... very happy with purchase.Helpful (9)
June 12, 2018
So far so good
Road noise is better than I expected. No issues on a 3.5 inch lift. Put them on my daily driver and I am happy so far.Helpful (8)
I have the17x9 pro comp alloy series 7032 flat black wheels on my 2010 4door jeep wrangler unlimited sport. Whats the largest tires that I could fit with my wheels and on my jeep without lifting or doing any modifications?
The largest tire we would suggest is a 32" tire with no lift on your 2010 4 door jeep wrangler unlimited sport.
I have a 2012 Sahara with factory 18" rim that are 7.5" wide IIRC. Also, Jeep has 3.5" TeraFlex spring lift, 1.25" wheel adapters. I have factory Bridgestone P255/70R18 tires. I would like to put Nitto Terra Grappler G2 Tires that are P295/70R18, that would be 34" up from 32" I know I have the clearance, but will the tires mount on my factory rims? The web site says these tires that take 44 PSI just like my factory tires, and are only 10 pounds heavier will fit 7.5--10" with 8.5" measuring rim? I use the jeep on the highway/road and wanted to keep a lighter tire, 3 ply and lower load rating like the factory tires. Your tire size match for 18" rims only lists the 35-12.5-18 tires for 18" rims, it is the only choice.
I have a 2014 Sport unlimited, 2.5 lift. On it are pro comp 285/70/17 I love the tire but really hate the ride. They are 8 ply LT. I do beach in the summer but most of my driving is highway. Looking at the Nitto Grappler 2. , I would love a soft ride but need an AT. any suggestions? I need to stay with 33"
I have had these on for a year and noticed they kick up rocks. Do you have any suggestions or recommend any other all weather tires that don't pick up rocks in the tread? Also are the G2's snow rated?
My Jeep Gladiator Sport S will be arriving next week. Will the Nitto Terra Grappler 35's fit with the stock wheels (17x7.5 Tech Silver Aluminum Wheels,Max Tow Package w/ 4.10 Axle Ratio,245/75R17 BSW A/T Dueler Tires)? Without any rubbing issues?
Until we begin to offer Gladiator components on the site, we cannot assist with Gladiator fitment.
The Terra Grappler G2 is a fantastic tire, and would be a great choice for your needs!
Ideal tire pressure will vary based on a number of factors, such as vehicle weight, weight distribution, terrain type and a number of other factors. We recommend using chalk to check the wear pattern to set your warm tire pressure for on highway use, though some minor adjustment may still be needed. For off road use, experimentation will be required. Typical pressures for highway are 30-40psi, light terrain 25-30psi, and crawling 15-25psi.
A 1.25" or larger spacer would be required with this setup.
Due to the width of the 285/70/17 and the high backspacing of the stock wheels you will also need to install wheel spacers to push out the wheel & tire combo so they do not rub.
A 33" tire will not work with a 1" body lift. You will want to do at least a 3" lift to be safe from rubbing. As far as the tire carrier the stock one can handle the weight but will not last as long as it would normally.
Unfortunately, with that wide of a tire, you would need at least a 1" wheel spacer to have enough clearance with the stock wheels or you would need an aftermarket 17" wheel that has a backspacing of 4.5" or more.
These tires with the stock fender flares will stick out but this would be a very small amount. We do not think you would have any issues but this is something you would need to check with your local inspection center on.
Tread width on the NITTO Terra Grappler G2 Tire will depend on the size selected. Inflated dimensions for all sizes can be seen on Nitto's Website at the page linked below: https://www.nittotire.com/light-truck-tires/terra-grappler-g2-all-terrain-light-truck-tire/
The NITTO Terra Grappler G2 Tire, when properly aired down, will perform well in the sand.
The largest tire suggested would depend on your year and model Wrangler. We'd be happy to discuss with you the largest tire based on your Wrangler, our contact information can be found here: https://www.extremeterrain.com/contact.html!
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