Exactly. For the driver to see the passenger mirror and allow the doors to open fully the mirror heads have to extend further out to be seen. It is the trade off for keeping mirrors on with the doors removed. For Jeep the aftermarket filled the void with trail mirrors.Since they're mounted further forward than they normally would be on a vehicle (in front of the A-pillar, not behind it), they have to stick out further so you can see around the pillars.
well, don't try using google images...
pretty sure it isn't bfg tho
In case there was previous doubt, this is a 315/70r17.
They look ALOT like these ……..
But these are 35's (not quite) and the word is the ones in this thread are said to be 37's
But the tread pattern and side wall look the same to me.
More from Silver Lake.
Its a Canadian thingGoodyear Wrangler Territory MT which looks like an all new tire, not one that I remember ever seeing before from Goodyear.
Must be a new tread pattern for Bronco, this is the tire you linked:
the mall crawler edition... so the ladies can do their makeup in each others mirrors.I wonder if the mirrors will have a mechanical attachment to the door hing that engages when the mirrors a folded, so when you open the door it swings the mirrors out for the non-power trims. Either that or they just fold backwards ???