Join Date: Aug 2009
Location: Colorado Springs, CO
Feedback: 4 reviews
I've got the 40" comp treps on my TJ. They are super soft, like you can push the lugs around with your hand, and they're the most expensive tires I have bought to date. Regarding weight, I'm pretty sure my 40" radial treps weigh more than the comps but it's been a while since I threw them around without wheels. Regarding the labels, they are yellow when you first get them but darken up to orangeish over time. I would not recommend running the comp treps on the street if possible, and there is no way you'll get 15k miles out of them. You might want to look into the non comp bias treps if you want to run them on the street. Hit up Marcus (rivercityoffroad) as he has the non comp bias on his rig. Another option is the radial treps which are a pretty rugged tire and you'll definitely get more than 15k miles out of them
98 TJ w/ 5.2/44re/stak 300, coilovers, 40" treps, hp60, 14 bolt, geared, locked, linked, stretched, hilined, . . .
08 JKU Rubi w/ 3.5" RKLA w/Foxes, 37"km2s on racelines, RIPP Supercharger and headers. . .