Well, hello, Jeepers! Where did October go?? Halloween here in the Foothills looked like a very white Christmas and when I popped into Home Depot a couple weeks ago it was all Santa’s Village… it’s like we skipped fall entirely here in Colorado and are well into winter. Which makes many people think of new tires, or at least changing to a different tire for navigating snowy roadways…
Personally I run my Nittos all year round, road and trail. I can’t tell you how much I love my Trail Grapplers, and hub’s got them on his Jeep too. As long as I rotate every 3,500 miles or so, I haven’t noticed any uneven wear. They’re loud on the pavement but that’s okay, and they’re excellent on snowy roads especially when aired down a bit. And, of course they’re terrific on trail --
If you’re in the market for new tires, however, check out ExtremeTerrain’s handy tire guide for Jeep Wrangler owners! From stock tire size charts, to lift kit and tire size compatibility, to tire load ratings, XT’s tire guide has everything you need to know no matter where you decide to take your Jeep!
Mud-slingin' tires... photo by ExtremeTerrain
Trail tires... photo by ExtremeTerrain
All-terrain tires... photo by ExtremeTerrain
Rock crawlin' tires... photo by ExtremeTerrain
Stock Tire Size Chart (courtesy of ExtremeTerrain)
Tire size for your lifted rig, courtesy of ExtremeTerrain
View the complete XT Wrangler Tire Guide here:
by Dawn Gallegos
Dawn Gallegos is the founding editor of the Chicks On The Rocks blog. When she's not working to fund her Jeep habit she's thinking up new ways to inspire others to explore the great outdoors!
ExtremeTerrain.com is a leader in aftermarket Jeep Wrangler, Toyota Tundra and Tacoma parts and accessories. Located just outside Philadelphia, PA, ExtremeTerrain provides Wrangler, Tacoma, and Tundra owners with fast shipping and enthusiast-level, award winning service, while also ensuring the conservation and protection of off-road trails.