POLL : What Size Tire are You Running on Your Jeep?

What size tire are you running on your Jeep?

  • 30" or Less

    Votes: 3 0.6%
  • 31"

    Votes: 3 0.6%
  • 32" (255)

    Votes: 12 2.5%
  • 33" (265-285)

    Votes: 80 16.9%
  • 35" (305-315)

    Votes: 158 33.3%
  • 37"

    Votes: 167 35.2%
  • 38"

    Votes: 7 1.5%
  • 39"

    Votes: 4 0.8%
  • 40" or Bigger

    Votes: 40 8.4%

  • Total voters


On the JKUR, 37x12.50r17 KM3 on KMC Hex, I go to 6-8psi depending on difficulty.

On the CJ7 on 43x14.50r17 TSL SX on Raceline Rock 8s go to 4-8psi depending on difficulty.
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33” Patagonia’s on my 2 Dr JK, typically during summer interstate travel I’d run them around 38 psi. In the winter I dropped them down to 22-28 psi once we got snow. Off road non-bead locks I would push them as low as 15. I had a cheapie air gauge in the Jeep.

Just sold my JK and waiting on my JLURD to be built, plan on going 35’s right away. I need a new deflator/tire gauge..


35's till they wear out then goin to upgrade to 37's run 27psi on hiway, offroad drop to 12 or lower depending on what im running on in deep snow up here in north idaho 2-3 psi


Non-beadlock user, Nitto 35 tires on Method rims; I feel tire and wheel combo is important info for what you can air down to. I ran 37s on my JK and did the same thing, for JL trying to keep a more stock drivetrain. I air down to 7-15psi depending on conditions, lots of fire roads I'll do 10-15, mud or slow crawling I'll do 7-12psi depending on conditions. For snow wheeling I start at 10psi and will go down to 5psi if the going gets slippery.


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I just wanted to take a moment and THANK ALL OF YOU for helping us out with this poll. I think it was very informative and it helped give us a much clearer idea of the members here on WAYALIFE! As promised, we will be giving away a brand new EVO digital air down gauge and to a WINNER selected at random. And, that person is...


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