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post #1 of 7 Old 07-23-2017, 08:40 AM Thread Starter
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Currently on 35 x 12.5 toyo at's. 12.5 is a bit wide for uneven pavement.
Is there any choices for 35's in a 10 inch width other than super swampers?

Thanks for any info. Tired of searching the web with no luck...

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I just measured my toyo's. The 35's measure 33.5 @ 34psi....tread width is only 10 inches.
Maybe I just need to get the pro cal and knock the tpms to 20 so I can run 26psi to fix the pulling
when driving over the in line crack in the pavement.

The srt came with 12 inch wide... I swapped them to a 10 yoko to correct that same issue.
These toyo's at 10 wide should not pull to the sides. Hopefully dropping pressure will help.

Isn't an issue for me much...but for the wife....ha....dog don't hunt.

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Are you saying that it's pulling to one side or another when you hit something in the road?

34 to 26 psi is a big difference. Chalk test it to help find the correct psi.

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When crossing the line in the pavement between lanes it will pull for a moment while it's crossing the change in pavement. Not at low speed. Only at highway speeds.

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I have put lot of miles on toyo at2 in 35/12.5-17 and in 285/75-17 and 26-28psi is were mine always handle and ride best.
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I have put lot of miles on toyo at2 in 35/12.5-17 and in 285/75-17 and 26-28psi is were mine always handle and ride best.
Thanks for the info. I've had it 2 days. Just aired them down to 29 and it's nearly solved the issue. If I take it to 26 I'm sure it'll be completely corrected but probably will set off the tpms.
Guess I'll get a pro cal soon so i can go with 26 without the light on.

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depending upon the weight of the JK/JKU there is a very narrow window of psi that will be suited for any of the tire sizes. For an "e" rated, LT 34.5"-to-35" tire on 16-17" wheels on a four door I ran 27.2 up front and 27psi rear on asphalt for the 5125lb jeep. If I ran above 28psi , it would bounce around corners and if I ran less than 25psi onroad it would compel the auto tranny to work a little harder to keep it moving. Definitely, each jk has its own , sensitive psi setting for driving cond and it's particular tire. Not much wiggle room .
1-2 sticks of crayola kids sidewalk chalk from dollar general and a nice,flat , empty ,recently re-surfaced parking lot will be like a Jenie in a bottle for you, as mentioned .

(edit: oh, on the 10 width, I'm not sure but Dick Cepek has several odd sized FunCountry or Extreme Country tires as does BFG with its metric KO2s . Likewise, Simex from overseas has odd pizza cutter options on width. You obviously know about Interco's offerings -j)


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