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    Hi everyone

    Hi every one, I'm Enrique and a first time owner and user of this tremendous 2018 Jeep wrangler Sahara bought it new three Month ago (02/16/2019) I haven't drive it on any trails yet only to work.
    It is very informative this forum and I need to learn from the experts.
    I'm interesting in make my Jeep more aggressive look without adding a lifting kits if possible , my tires size are original 255/70/R18 what size will need? I'll use stock to daily drive to work and go around and change to the aggressive look tires when going to the dirt roads ( remember I'm newbie wrangler) if I talking non sense

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oso gris View Post
    Hi every one, I'm Enrique and a first time owner and user of this tremendous 2018 Jeep wrangler Sahara bought it new three Month ago (02/16/2019) I haven't drive it on any trails yet only to work.
    It is very informative this forum and I need to learn from the experts.
    I'm interesting in make my Jeep more aggressive look without adding a lifting kits if possible , my tires size are original 255/70/R18 what size will need? I'll use stock to daily drive to work and go around and change to the aggressive look tires when going to the dirt roads ( remember I'm newbie wrangler) if I talking non sense
    Welcome to JL Wrangler! Why not use only one set of tires, suitable for on and off road, like a good all terrain tire?
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    https://www.discounttire.com/buy-tir...ngler-duratrac


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    Welcome to JLWRANGLER and congratulations on your new Jeep! As mentioned, I might recommend you just get a good all terrain tire

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    Hi notnalc68, thank you for your support, I still lost on tires sizes and looks
    What Iím looking for is for a aggressive look on my tires?
    Do you have a picture of the tires that you recommend mounted on a Jeep Sahara?
    Thank you


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    Quote Originally Posted by Oso gris View Post
    Hi notnalc68, thank you for your support, I still lost on tires sizes and looks
    What Iím looking for is for a aggressive look on my tires?
    Do you have a picture of the tires that you recommend mounted on a Jeep Sahara?
    Thank you


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    What I posted above is just a little larger than what is considered a 33 inch tire.

    Here are what are considered 33 inch tires, on a 2 door JK, I had.
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    Here are what are considered 35 inch tires, on my old JKUR.
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    your info, very valuable

    thank you Notnacc68 for your info, very valuable, I'll chew on it

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    thanks

    Quote Originally Posted by wayoflife View Post
    Welcome to JLWRANGLER and congratulations on your new Jeep! As mentioned, I might recommend you just get a good all terrain tire
    thank you for your support and info, very valuable, I'll chew on it

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    Hi everyone

    Quote Originally Posted by Oso gris View Post
    thank you Notnacc68 for your info, very valuable, I'll chew on it
    I mentioned Wrangler Duratrac, because Iíve had such good luck with them on pavement. They also are decent, off-road. There are many good all terrain tires, from companies like BFG, and Cooper.
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    Last edited by notnalc68; 05-26-2019 at 01:42 PM.

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    Welcome aboard. Solid recommendations regarding tires. One set of quality ATs should be all you need.

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    Welcome to JLWrangler and congrats on the new Jeep!


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