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I have these swampers for trail tires (Q-78-16) I will give you a small write up:
They are 35x10.5 mounted on 7" rims with 4" of backspace and a Teraflex 2" leveling kit (I want low COG). The spare fits on stock mount, but you need to extend the rubber bumpers on the tailgate. I did this with 2" vinyl hose cut 1.5" long. (no sag in taigate as of yet)
I mounted them myself and put in 10 oz of airsoft pellets for balance.
I siped them myself, 3-4 sipes on the inner lugs perpendicular to travel.
They rubbed a small amount in front and back of the inside of the fenders. I cut some out and put in 1" bumpstops in the on the rear axle. fixed
Yes, you sound like a prop plane on the road, but for me that is only on the way to the fun. They drop my MPG by 2 when I have them on, but handle quite well for the size and Bias construction. The siping has worked well for the rain I have yet to have them in snow.
After testing I can get them to 3lbs with out a bead break (so far). In fact it almost hard to get them that low with the wieght of the jeep (haha).
On road I run them at about 19 psi. Off I go down to about 10 for comfort. I have not needed to go down any further as traction is uncomparable to anything else.
2012 JKU Rubicon - 35x10.5 swampers (trail tires), Warn 9.5 cti-s, Pavement Ends Front and Rear bumpers, Teraflex Leveling Kit, and some others...
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