Tire shopping and questions..

nick_n_ii

Member
I've looked at those but even in a 33x10.5 they seem wide. But that is a tire of interest. Still shopping so nothing in stone yet..

Funny how in America all these tires are fat, but over seas they are narrow..
 

billiebob

Well-known member
An ATV, UTV tire on a vehicle.... I could not find a weight capacity rating... I doubt they are capable of carrying 4000plus pounds.
Pretty sure the lawsuits will put you in poverty for the rest of your life after the accident.
 
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DaveInDenver

Expedition Leader
I've looked at those but even in a 33x10.5 they seem wide. But that is a tire of interest. Still shopping so nothing in stone yet..

Funny how in America all these tires are fat, but over seas they are narrow..
In 15" rims 33x10.50 is fairly tall and narrow anywhere. The narrowest 15" tire I'm aware of is 33x9.50 MT that BFG once made. Those were very narrow. They also made a 33x9.50 AT which was just slightly wider. All the pizza cutter tires seem to be for 16" rims. You can get a 7.50R16 for example, which mounted is 32" x 8.7" or metric sizes like 235/85R16 (32x9.25) and 255/85R16 (33x10).
 
Why not go with something like a milestar patagonia m/t? 150 bucks for a 33x12.5r15 at Walmart right now, and they get really good reviews. I'm assuming cost is your reason for an atv tire, although they seem pretty comparable in price to actual truck tires.
 

nick_n_ii

Member
Why not go with something like a milestar patagonia m/t? 150 bucks for a 33x12.5r15 at Walmart right now, and they get really good reviews. I'm assuming cost is your reason for an atv tire, although they seem pretty comparable in price to actual truck tires.
Size is why not cost. Looking for a 32-33 in a 10.5 or narrower.. They will be going on a '97 Jeep Grand Cherokee with 3-4" lift and no trimming. I need a tire that does all well nothing perfect.
 

DaveInDenver

Expedition Leader
Maybe @givemethewillys meant 33x10.00, which appears to be an available size for those Milestar Patagonia tires.

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There are several options in 33x10.50, which is still a fairly narrow tire. I've run 33x9.50 AT and 33x10.50 MT over the years and was happy with the BFG 33x10.50 MT on my old Toyota. BFG also makes the AT in this size as well as Toyo Open Country M/T and the General Grabber X3.
 

Smileyshaun

Observer
A 33x10.50 fits perfect on a small lift zj . I didn’t even lose any gas mileage when I had mine. I did have to do some trimming but I was running a rubicon express super flex kit so it had a ton of suspension travel to deal with . 83E62A73-7622-47A8-8E33-9473C74C118D.jpeg
 

nick_n_ii

Member
I'm rather set on a Iron Rock Offroad lift.
Never was happy with Rubicon Express on my first ZJ. Or Sky-Jacker on my 2nd one.
My Zj will be a do all build. From DD to distance, to trails, to Overland And also be pulled behind a Bus I'll be building next year to Full Time in..

The Maxxis Razar Mt seems to be growing on me...
 
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