You are currently viewing our forum as a guest, which gives you limited access to view most discussions and access our other features. By joining our community, at no cost, you will have access to post topics, communicate privately with other members (PM), respond to polls, upload content and access many other special features. Registration is free, fast and simple, so please join our community today!
Yes.. they aren't the cheapest, but they're a great tire. They have excellent on-road traction on everything except hardpack snow and ice. In that stuff they don't compare to studded snow tires, but I wouldn't expect them to. They still do well enough that I'm able to run them year round up here at 8500' in the mountains. They're also a very well balanced tire. One of the few 37" tires that can be balanced on my truck well enough to get up to 90mph without vibration.
Offroad they're great on most everything, especially if you air them down a bit.
the center caps are on everyones with that rim they just have a stainless cover over them and I HAVE NEVER SEEN ANYONE TAKE THEM OFF BESIDES ME!! and i think it really sets off the rim. just pop the cap off like you need to get at the actual lug nut then flip the cap over and there are tabs bent over around the outside, just bend them open and remove.
2" but i measured the bumper to ground before and after and it was just over 1 -1/2", but level looks perfect. it was 127.99 from jc whitney i wanna say it was tuff country. i didnt do much research before buying it and there are 2 differant styles, mine was the more gay style to install, i needed a strut spring compressor to undo the strut to install kit on top of spring.