I would like to have looked at your profile, but I cannot find a link to it. I tried searching the site for your name, but it only showed topics you have replied to. And, since there is no hyperlink attached to your screen name, I know of no other way to view your profile.
To answer your questions.
Im trying to get new tires for my Jeep, and I started this process with absolutely no prior knowledge about how tire sizing works. I use my jeep as a daily driver, as well as to drive to rock climbing crags. The off-road driving I do is completely moderate, considering the stock tires performed fine for my needs. Having tires that performed slightly better off road than the stock tires would have been nice. My goal in getting new tires is simply to find a tire that is an upgrade from the stock tire in off road performance, and appearance. I would like my jeep to look more the way a jeep should look.
I catch your sarcasm, and yeah, I wish I had a better way of figuring out what my options are, but being entirely new to this and not having a whole lot of time to dedicate to the process it is difficult. From what I can see, the number of tire options in my stock size is quite limited compared to other sizes. The duratrac's are not offered in my stock size, and I didnt see any A/T tires that did come in my size that looked any different than the stock tire. So, my thought was that by changing sizes maybe it would open up more of a tire selection, and give the upgraded look I was hoping for in my tires. I appreciate your comments because I havent had any other success in finding answers to the million questions I have.
Monday, March 1st, 2010 AT 2:24 PM