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Nay
03-17-2009, 03:59 PM
I know some of you are considering new rubber for Cruise Moab :D

I am selling my 315/75/16 (35") Toyo MT's (4) plus a new 35x10.5x16 (skinny) spare. They have 2K road miles, 1 OCG trip, one snow run, no miles on the spare.

$975 for all five. That's $1,600 of basically new rubber for less than a grand.

I am either going 37x12.5x17" Terra Grapplers on probably FJC 17" alloy rims or 37x12.5x16 Trxus on my stock rims. Meaning if you want my tires on rims for a second set, speak up.

Uncle Ben
03-17-2009, 04:06 PM
By by Toyos! ;) 37" Trxus would be sweet!

corsair23
03-17-2009, 04:40 PM
Hmmmm....tempting

So how bad will I rub with just the OME 2.5" HD lift?? Treading a slippery slope here but the :Princess:'s 80 needs new tires and I could put my 285s on her rig and the 315s on mine :D

Are the wheels/rims included since you are upsizing those as well?

First in line

Nay
03-17-2009, 04:48 PM
Hmmmm....tempting

So how bad will I rub with just the OME 2.5" HD lift?? Treading a slippery slope here but the :Princess:'s 80 needs new tires and I could put my 285s on her rig and the 315s on mine :D

First in line

They won't rub at all :D

Ok, here is an honest reply: this pic is bumpstop distance to axle on OME medium just as a 35" trxus starts to rub. It is about 1.25" at full flex. But that is regular OME medium as shown in second pic with 35's.

I could not get the fronts to rub, but then I don't have flares.

Do you have the OME heavy kit? You could space down the rear shock mount plate if you are running regular OME's and extend your bumpstops and you'd be good. I ran 35's cleanly on a 23" hub to fender measurement, it's just a matter of shock up/down travel.

Nay
03-17-2009, 04:51 PM
By by Toyos! ;) 37" Trxus would be sweet!

Yea, that's gonna have to be the route. I just can't get into rim size changes right now, plus let's be honest, it's the tire I really want and my lift is now perfectly set up for them.

Hulk
03-17-2009, 04:54 PM
Those are some sweet tires. Where were you a year ago?

Uncle Ben
03-17-2009, 04:58 PM
Those are some sweet tires. Where were you a year ago?

Buying them.....:rolleyes:

Hulk
03-17-2009, 05:28 PM
Buying them.....:rolleyes:

Yeah, I was trying to buy them too. Couldn't find them anywhere on U.S. soil. So I bought the Mickey Thompson's (which have been great).

Nay
03-17-2009, 05:38 PM
Hey now, that was October :hill:

Hulk
03-17-2009, 05:50 PM
Oh, there you go. I was looking back in April.

corsair23
03-17-2009, 06:05 PM
They won't rub at all :D

Ok, here is an honest reply: this pic is bumpstop distance to axle on OME medium just as a 35" trxus starts to rub. It is about 1.25" at full flex. But that is regular OME medium as shown in second pic with 35's.

I could not get the fronts to rub, but then I don't have flares.

Do you have the OME heavy kit? You could space down the rear shock mount plate if you are running regular OME's and extend your bumpstops and you'd be good. I ran 35's cleanly on a 23" hub to fender measurement, it's just a matter of shock up/down travel.

Yes, OME Heavy all the way around.

Help everyone...I'm sliding down the slippery slope and can't stop :hill:

sleeoffroad
03-17-2009, 06:26 PM
So what are you going to do about axles :D

nakman
03-17-2009, 06:30 PM
Yes, OME Heavy all the way around.

Help everyone...I'm sliding down the slippery slope and can't stop :hill:

Did you regear yet Jeff? If not stick with the 285's, IMO. If so, then go for it!

corsair23
03-17-2009, 06:52 PM
Did you regear yet Jeff? If not stick with the 285's, IMO. If so, then go for it!

Not yet Tim...But it would be in my future obviously...I don't need to put on the tires right away so I would probably wait until after CM'09. I guess I need to investigate how much gears are going to set me back...

Nay
03-17-2009, 09:24 PM
So what are you going to do about axles :D

Drive really carefully? :D

Nay
03-17-2009, 09:30 PM
Not yet Tim...But it would be in my future obviously...I don't need to put on the tires right away so I would probably wait until after CM'09. I guess I need to investigate how much gears are going to set me back...

Wait until after CM09 for your sexy new 35's???

That's like waiting to date the gorgeous girl until after the prom :D

You can just about buy both sets of gears and install kits for the money you will save if you buy all five tires, now you just need to convince somebody to install for you. Then you'll be geared and on 35's for CM09 :lmao:

Romer
03-17-2009, 09:56 PM
So if Jeff backs out, how much for the 4? Don't need the skinny spare

Nay
03-18-2009, 04:52 PM
$850.

Nay
04-02-2009, 09:32 PM
SOLD to the man with the flying drift busting 40 :D

corsair23
04-03-2009, 12:19 AM
:hill:

Help, I've slipped and I can't get back up :thumb:

RockRunner
04-03-2009, 12:52 AM
So who is installing your gears:rolleyes::D

They will look great on there.:thumb: