VqI14dIZgOPEqICDVdzsdHohm6R1qA6BYQ86dmeQ

Search This Blog

Report Abuse

About Me

Tahmelatih
Visit profile

Jeep Gladiator Inch Lift Inch Tires

When negotiating rocks, you need as much tire as possible to give cushioning and traction. As a result, a wider, higher tire is preferable. The Rubicon sports a 285 mm wide tire with a 70 profile, but on smaller rims. The High Altitude variant, on the other hand, has a 275 mm tire with a 55 profile. When dealing with difficult terrain, a tire with such a low profile may give less traction and cushioning.

Jeep Wrangler was the first off-road vehicle. Unfortunately, conventional tires do not meet the off-roading demands of many people. Jeep has taken note of this and has started to introduce new models with wider tires throughout the years. Here are a few of the models and how they can accommodate 35-inch tires.

ExtremeTerrain is pleased to offer FREE SHIPPING on orders of $75 or more!

Free shipping offers are only available for Standard Ground Delivery Service and delivery addresses within the 48 contiguous United States. Unless otherwise specified, truck freight and oversize costs still apply, and orders may only be transported to the lower 48 states. Free Shipping deals do not apply to Rough Country goods. Free delivery does not apply to tires or wheel and tire kits.

Contact Grappler

I updated the tires on my Gladiator to 35x12.50R17 Nitto Ridge Grapplers within two weeks of acquiring it. I had them in a lesser size on my last daily vehicle, a 2018 Chevy Colorado ZR2, and was impressed with how well they worked on and off the road. The issue with this tire was that when I first put it up at street pressure (about 35psi), the tires were crowning owing to the tiny 7.5-inch-wide standard wheel. This is seen in the shot with the tread's outside bands. To get the whole contact patch on the ground, I had to lower the air pressure below 30psi, which hurt my fuel efficiency and performance. While I loved the OEM wheel's design, I knew I wanted to place my Ridge Grapplers on a bigger wheel.

Related Posts

Related Posts

Post a Comment