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Do we know the if 15" or 16" wheels will work on the SAS? I know some were saying earlier they think it wouldn't work with the brakes.
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I am way too busy for that life. Give me the simplest fat spoke design, something I can run a rag over and be done.
Word.

Who do I have to murder to get a gods damned classic Alcoa bullethole-style wheel these days? Or a classic five-spoke?

It's like fake beadlocks, faux rivets, machined lips, chrome and two-tones vomited all over every wheel manufacturer.
 

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This isn’t true. If you stand true 35x12.5 tires next to what comes on the Sasquatch package, there is a noticeable difference. We will do a comparison video soon. Today, I’m at BDS Suspension working with their engineers on the lift kit!
Uhmm, that totally depends on the tire. A 35" floatation tire can, and often is, 34.5" rounded up. A 315/70/17 is 34.4". So, depending on the exact tire in question you will have been no difference at all, and half an inch at the most.
 

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Even if those wheels weren't ugly as sin, I wouldn't be caught dead with maxlider branding on my rig.

And can we please stop with the fake beadlock bolts? 🤦🤦
I like my fake beadlock wheels 🤷‍♂️

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This isn’t true. If you stand true 35x12.5 tires next to what comes on the Sasquatch package, there is a noticeable difference. We will do a comparison video soon. Today, I’m at BDS Suspension working with their engineers on the lift kit!
I was just going off of BFG's specs
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verses Goodyears Territory MT
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They seem really close at least on paper
 

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I was just going off of BFG's specs
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verses Goodyears Territory MT
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They seem really close at least on paper
Woah!! Check out the weight of those BFG load E tires!!! Say bye bye to fuel mileage and ride comfort. That’s a heavy tire. I had that same tire on a 2004 F150 and mileage went from 18.5 to 13 mpg. That was a minor inconvenience to the ride quality. Felt like I was running on 100psi tires. Biggest mistake with tires I ever made.
 

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the bigger take away is how light the Territory MTs are the 315/70R17 is 52lbs, and 285/70R17 is 45lbs
 

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W. T. Oxford White 2 door Sas. can't wait !
 

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Oxford white is pretty damn tempting..
I am starting to keep going back and forth between Oxford White and Cactus Gray. I agree with you, it looks sooooo tempting and sexy on a Wildtrak!
 

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Too much wheel. Not for me.
 

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Maybe I am not seeing the bigger picture here. Ford made a huge fuss over the Goodyear tire and made them remove the Wrangler name from it for this project. I have never run them myself. Usually Toyos on my Superduty but several posts have said these are going to wear super fast even if all I do is mall crawl it for a while! For the money some of us are spending you would think we would be getting top of the line tires not cheap knock offs?
 

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definitely not my style.
looks prissy like my little sister would take to the mall.
Remember what your parents told you .... if you don't have anything nice to say then don't say anything at all. Be kind to people - doesn't cost you a thing.
 
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