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Jeep Tires: Where the Rubber Meets the Road – And Then Some

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Choosing the right Jeep tires is one of the most important things you can do. Whether you're taking it off-road or you plan to do a lot of traveling, you'll need to choose the right size, tread and style. Since there are so many different ways to go off-roading, it's especially important to think about the terrain and weather you'll be facing most often. You might want a specific brand, like Nitto, Pro Comp, Goodyear or Mickey Thompson Tires. It's always a good idea to talk to people you know who have them and run the same types of terrain that you do. If you're not sure what type to buy, the experts at 4Mudders can help you to narrow down your choices.


The tire size and width of the wheels affect the handling while driving. Wider tires may provide a smoother ride but, unless you have a lift kit, they may rub against the framework. This makes turning difficult and can also damage your tires. Another issue is the weight of the rims. If they're too heavy, they may tax the engine, especially when you're traveling uphill or off-roading. Customizing tires is important if you're expecting inclement weather, like snow, ice and rain, or if you like to drive on the beach or go mudding. A different tread may help handling, depending on the climate and driving surface. Using custom wheels and performance tires affects the feel of the road while you're driving. Different shock absorbers may be necessary to provide a smoother ride and better Jeep performance.


For some, the budget is the most important part of adding custom wheels or performance tires. The cost of the products are typically based on the brand, quality of materials and surface detailing. More ornate detailing and higher quality products typically cost more. Additional parts and labor charges can increase the total price paid. You may need to change your suspension package or upgrade your speedometer assembly, for example.

Tire Covers

The last thing people see when you're driving your Jeep down the road is usually your spare tire. Use a durable and waterproof cover made of vinyl-coated polyester fabric. The Wrangler is perhaps the most famous for wearing its spare on the back end. If you have a soft top, match the top color to one of our Jeep Wrangler tire covers. They're easy to put on or take off while protecting your spare tire from wear and dirt.

4Mudders has a variety of wheels, rims and accessories for Jeeps. If you want to change your look or upgrade your off-roading capabilities, check out our selection. Refine your search by changing the selection of brands and vehicle type.