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Asked by Feb 22, 2011 at 06:02 PM

Question type: Car Customization

Hey everyone!  I'm working on getting my Jeep J20 running and was wondering what a good aggressive tire
would be.  I've got a set of 17" Dodge steel rims on it, and 3 good Firestone Destination M/T's right now.  
Should I stick with this tire or is there something better for a comparable price?

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Since I don't have a lift yet, I don't want to go over 31", which is what I think the current tires are.

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