thank you northeastern snow storm

Discussion in 'KJ General Discussion' started by EastonHockey, Feb 27, 2010.

  1. EastonHockey

    EastonHockey New Member

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    well first off ive been reading your guys stuff since i got my kj a year and a half ago, ive never not been able to find an answer. so thanks for that

    now on to my story/question....

    my tires are shot and ive been holding out as long as i can, last night i got stuck in the 2 feet of snow in front of my house. so its time for new rubber i know i can fit 245/70/16s but id also like get new wheels 16x7 4in bs. is this to much for a stock libby? should i just stick with the new tires and keep stock wheels? thanks for the help
     
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    twack Full Access Member

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    I would just get the new rubber, unless your going to get some soft 8s
     
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    i was looking at soft 8s or the black rock wheels from quadratec.
     
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    I got a new set of Bridgestone 235/70R16 Dueler A/T Revo 2's on my wife's 07 KJ sport w/ stock alloy rims. So far traction on ice/snow have been super.
    How about you send some of that snow up here to the N.W. Rockies (MT) we have been El Nino'ed big time. Had snow when got new tires in 12/09 so at least I got to try them out, now it's ice/mud melt down.
    Good luck on your search.
    drfd74 My snow shovel's don't feel the luv.....lol 07Liberty-09 010.jpg DSC01162.jpg click on pic's
     
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