September 22, 2006Im looking for a good 36" tire that is decent on the street, i have been looking at the 36x13.50x15 IROK, but some people say it is no good on the street.
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September 22, 2006A few of my buddy runs tsl radials and loves them. Get traction and great wear.
Just run boggers hahah.
September 22, 2006I am looking at new tires myself and from what I've read and been told, the IROK is hands down the best tire for OFF-ROADING. Tops in the rock and 4 out of 5 stars for both MUD and TRAIL riding. Not sure how they work on the street. I would think not too good. I beleive the rubber compound is pretty soft, giving great traction but not good wear.
September 22, 2006IROK's are good and I run MTR's. They handle the street great and I have used them in rocks, sand and mud. Not a great mud tire but rocks, street and sand, 2 thumbs up!
September 22, 2006I agree with Jay. I really like my MTR's (37") Although it is not a dailey driver, it does get drove quite a bit on the road. so far they are wearing really well.
September 24, 2006Another quick question about the tires, I plan on running 36s on my dana 35 with re gearing, but it will be a daily driver, no offroad. Will my 35 be ok? or would running 35inch tires make a differnce?
September 24, 2006I ran 35's on my YJ for over 4 years with know issues when it was mostly a DD.
September 24, 2006Will 1" of tire make that much a differnce?
September 24, 2006Just match you gearing and tire size and you should be OK. Those tire sizes are OK with that axle if your not running a locker and don't wheel it hard. The extra inch of tire size won't make much difference unless you're already on the edge.
September 24, 2006currently im 3" lift with 33s stock gears. I will be going to 7"lift with 36s and probably 4.88s with the dana 35, but when i do this i can guarantee there will be no more wheeling , just a daily driver.
September 24, 2006Then no problem. Good combination on gear and tire size.