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    Meme King WJCO's Avatar
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    Rancho Gladiator

    Rancho just sent me this. The mountains are definitely its native environment. Rubicon trim with 3 inch lift and 38 inch tires. Love the mountains in the sticker. So jealous.

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    That’s a great looking JT!


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    Not bad at all. It still amazes me that that JTs make 38s look small.

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    I can definitely see why Eddie’s going straight to 40s.


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    Very nice JT! Looking good Rancho!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Spazbyt View Post
    Not bad at all. It still amazes me that that JTs make 38s look small.
    Quote Originally Posted by wjtstudios View Post
    I can definitely see why Eddie’s going straight to 40s.
    Ain't gonna lie, I've been going back and forth regarding 35s or 37s on our Sport but we really have zero need for 37s (it would just be for looks for us). But larger tires on these JTs look so sweet!!!
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    Rancho did great job looks sharp


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    Looks good!

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    Quote Originally Posted by WJCO View Post
    Ain't gonna lie, I've been going back and forth regarding 35s or 37s on our Sport but we really have zero need for 37s (it would just be for looks for us). But larger tires on these JTs look so sweet!!!
    You could always have two sets, 35" Duratracs for winter, and 37" Cooper STT's for summer wheeling.

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