• New Jeep Tires and Wheels

    by  • September 20, 2015 • Cars, Jeeps • 2 Comments

    I’d been having issues with the Jeep and death wobble, and I was throwing money at the problem (it’s a Jeep, after all).  Tie rod ends were worn so I replaced them.  The track bar was squirrely so that was replaced.  And I still had the issue — I found out on my way to go camping in Leadville when I didn’t even make it out of town.  The shop threw some little-used tires on the front and that turned out to be the issue.  I had 35″ tires on the Jeep, and it was time to go to the 37″ monsters.  Then it turned out that they wouldn’t work on my stock rims so I had to get new wheels, too.  It set me back a few thousand bucks (big tires like that are $400 a piece), but it was worth it.  The Jeep drives better than it has in years, and it’s nice not to be afraid on the highway for a change.  Lookin’ good, I’d say!

    New Tires and Wheels

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    2 Responses to New Jeep Tires and Wheels

    1. Bob
      July 6, 2016 at 9:20 pm

      OMG you have 37s now?

      • Monica
        July 10, 2016 at 4:06 pm

        Yep! The Jeep is at that “done” stage where it’s not actually done but I don’t have any other big plans for it. The flares and corner protection were the last big things. It actually rides better on the 37s than it did on the unbalanced 35s.

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