Pictures of 33s and 35s

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35x12.5 nitto grapplers, 17x9.5 rhino black armory. No lift

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Do you have any rubbing with this wheel/tire set-up? If not, what is the offset on the wheels?



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New stance on mine from previous post. Ended up going with 1.75" wheel spacers to push the wheels out some. This is before and after pics, 2.5" ReadyLift with 1.75 wheel spacers and 315 70 17 BFGs

Before the spacers
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Post some pics if you can
There are never enough pics of the Gladiator
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First time towing. Boat weighs ~5000lbs. No lift, 285/75 tires. I was happy with it. The drive was about 30 mins with the boat. I was getting 13-15 mpg on the back roads going around 50mph. It dropped to 8mpg on the freeway at 70mph. There are no hills in this part of Ohio so I’m not sure how it would’ve performed on a steep incline. Towing performance is the reason I went with a moderate sized tire. I’ll be interested to hear how people with 37s are doing when towing boats or RVs.
 

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First time towing. Boat weighs ~5000lbs. No lift, 285/75 tires. I was happy with it. The drive was about 30 mins with the boat. I was getting 13-15 mpg on the back roads going around 50mph. It dropped to 8mpg on the freeway at 70mph. There are no hills in this part of Ohio so I’m not sure how it would’ve performed on a steep incline. Towing performance is the reason I went with a moderate sized tire. I’ll be interested to hear how people with 37s are doing when towing boats or RVs.
I towed around 5,000 lbs of rock and trailor total weight about 4 weeks ago and got around 17 mpg. That was a 45 mile trip one way with 2.5 inch lift and 35's. Other wise I average around 18.5-19
 

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I towed around 5,000 lbs of rock and trailor total weight about 4 weeks ago and got around 17 mpg. That was a 45 mile trip one way with 2.5 inch lift and 35's. Other wise I average around 18.5-19
Did you reprogram your computer for the larger tires? I’m only getting 16mpg avg and drive majority freeways.
 

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Did you reprogram your computer for the larger tires? I’m only getting 16mpg avg and drive majority freeways.
I had dealership add the mopar reprogram when I added 35’s. ($100). I have been very happy. Speedo is correct but more importantly trans shifts perfect and really does feel completely stock.
 

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Did you reprogram your computer for the larger tires? I’m only getting 16mpg avg and drive majority freeways.
Yes used the JScan and did it. Cost around $80 and can do a ton of other things. My speedo is dead on and shift points are as they were stock.
 
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Stock JTR on 35x12.5r17 Yokohama Geolandar X-ATs.

I was also a little apprehensive about the load Es after reading some comments here, but they are totally fine and I barely notice a difference at all. Extremely happy with these tires and the size so far.

Thinking to add the 1.5" Teraflex leveling kit and the 0.75" Daystar rear spacer lift soon!

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First time towing. Boat weighs ~5000lbs. No lift, 285/75 tires. I was happy with it. The drive was about 30 mins with the boat. I was getting 13-15 mpg on the back roads going around 50mph. It dropped to 8mpg on the freeway at 70mph. There are no hills in this part of Ohio so I’m not sure how it would’ve performed on a steep incline. Towing performance is the reason I went with a moderate sized tire. I’ll be interested to hear how people with 37s are doing when towing boats or RVs.
Very Nice! Thank you for posting
 

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