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Old 09-27-2010
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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.
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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.
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Thanks Chris. My mind just can't fathom rotating being easy. lol. I've got tons of pics of them saved to and I can visualize it in my head but always get fuzzy in my brain when I start thinkin' hardcore. ADHD with a pinch of Autism does that. lol.

Now that I'm thinking about it....it looks like no big and it makes perfect sense. lol. And yeah...I believe 33" and under is white out, 35+ is black out. But some folks with 33" and under are getting black walls...so it may be "optional" now. But...we need pics....so....

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i love mine. i just wish i could fit 35s
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