Originally Posted by Fx4wannabe01
I read through a jeepforum thread that was like 40 pages long and I know there's instruction's on the sidewall on how to mount 'em. The A/T part of the tread goes on the inside and the double lug M/T part is on the outside. Oh well...I'm willing to deal iwth hte rotating BS to have a bad *** tire. I've made my decision and hopefully and I can take advantage of this sale they've got going. Just a scotch over $800 shipped to my door for 35's.
Rotation shouldn't be an issue as long as you have the tire mounted correctly on the rim. The last time I checked, the 33" and smaller had the outlined white letters and the 35" and up have the black sidewalls. As Shane said (a.s.s.
) the big lugs go to the outside. Once they're on the rims, it doesn't matter where it's mounted. It'll always be facing the "right" way.
Just a scotch over $800 bones for a set of 35" MT/R Kevlars... I wish I was that lucky. My 35s for 18" wheels set me back $1350 after it was all said and done
It sounds like you guys running these tires on lighter rigs are getting some decent life out of the tires. I have now racked up nearly 25,000 miles with them on my F250, and they are about 50-60% worn. Not the best tread life, but not too bad considering how well the hook up in almost any trail or road I can fit that behemoth down.