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Thread: 12.50 or 13.50 ??

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    I’m running 37x13.50 on 9.5” wide rim. Really like the look


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    I honestly went with the 1350 because they were cheaper haha if I would have found the 1250 for that price when I was in the market I probably would have gone 1250 too. I wasn't a fan of how my old 37x1250 KM2s looked they looked really skinny but the Cooper's look alot wider to me and the 1350s are massive. And with 3.5" backspace my rig is quite wide

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    I run the 12.50 with machetes. Haven’t had any issues. I also believe that the 12.50 is D rated and 13.5 is E. Had 35” E rated stt pros, so I’m curious to see if they are much different aired down.


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    Sorry to bring this back up, but any cons to the 13.50? Really wanted the 12.50 but missed the boat and can save about $250 if I get the 13.50s... They will be going on a new set of Machetes under a 2016 JKU Rubi... Thanks in advance!


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    Only con and that subject to personal opinion is going to be a stiffer ride. Being load e they are rated for heavier loads then load d. I just went from 35/12.5 Nitto trails (e rated iirc) to the 37/13.5 coopers and they’re fine. Running them at 25lbs currently. I’m running a 2dr as well so you’ll have a little more weight then me.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Halfbroseph View Post
    Only con and that subject to personal opinion is going to be a stiffer ride. Being load e they are rated for heavier loads then load d. I just went from 35/12.5 Nitto trails (e rated iirc) to the 37/13.5 coopers and they’re fine. Running them at 25lbs currently. I’m running a 2dr as well so you’ll have a little more weight then me.


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    Thanks man, I appreciate the input.


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    What drives better on road and in the snow? Would it be the 12.5s? I tow a good amount in the winter.

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