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    I ended up going with the TA KO2 by BFG!!! And I love them. The size I chose is 33s and I love them. Thanks for all the help!


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    Quote Originally Posted by JCW View Post
    I ended up going with the TA KO2 by BFG!!! And I love them. The size I chose is 33s and I love them. Thanks for all the help!


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    Nice! Those are the exact tires and size the new JL Rubicon’s come with. Excited to see how they work out for you.


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    I just picked up some Cooper STT Pro 37” tires. Now for the fun part of installing the beadlocks. What’s everyone’s thoughts on the tire pressure for in town on these


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    Quote Originally Posted by mauijim View Post
    I just picked up some Cooper STT Pro 37” tires. Now for the fun part of installing the beadlocks. What’s everyone’s thoughts on the tire pressure for in town on these


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    Put chalk across the tread. Drive the jeep about 50 ft backwards and then forward again to where you started. The chalk should be evenly worn off when pressure is correct. I bet you'll find around 30 psi will be correct.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mauijim View Post
    I just picked up some Cooper STT Pro 37” tires. Now for the fun part of installing the beadlocks. What’s everyone’s thoughts on the tire pressure for in town on these


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    26 psi

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    Great .... now for the dumb question, kids chalk or my string line chalk?


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    Quote Originally Posted by mauijim View Post
    Great .... now for the dumb question, kids chalk or my string line chalk?


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    Any chalk is fine. Kids sidewalk chalk is probably the easiest.
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    Thanks... that’s what I was thinking... thanks for the information and have a great Christmas and New Year!!!


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