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Thanks Brothers. It looks like I need Nitto Motivos 275/40ZR-20 & 315/35ZR-20 tires. What can I expect to pay for these?
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I think maybe $800- 1000 for the set of four?
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I think maybe $800- 1000 for the set of four?
Yeah they are in the same price range as the Toyos....
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All the data is here:
http://www.cherokeesrt8.com/forums/s...ad.php?t=67528

I used simpletire dot com as a reference point for prices. They had the lowest online prices out there. Their prices did fluctuate a bit over the few weeks I was shopping, so check back. I ended up using their price to negotiate with my local guy and he beat the total price by chopping his labor way down on mount/balance/alignment. Find a shop that uses a RoadForce machine and ask them to take their time and get the numbers as low as they possibly can.

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Thanks Brothers. It looks like I need Nitto Motivos 275/35ZR-20 & 315/35ZR-20 tires. What can I expect to pay for these?
Well I got my Nitto Motivos installed. The ride is much improved. I have the Slime/compressor kit but worry about a flat. My cost was a few bucks over $1000
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Well I got my Nitto Motivos installed. The ride is much improved. I have the Slime/compressor kit but worry about a flat. My cost was a few bucks over $1000
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The first couple days after my install, the ride was so much quieter and smoother than the GYs that I started hearing and feeling more of the little squeaks and subtle noises in the car. With only 25k on my 2010, I've now become self conscience about changing the TC and front/rear axle fluid, thinking I can feel something (all psychological) ...its time and all recos are to change it sooner than the manual indicates. I plan to have that done in the next week. SRT $$ keeps flowing....
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The first couple days after my install, the ride was so much quieter and smoother than the GYs that I started hearing and feeling more of the little squeaks and subtle noises in the car. With only 25k on my 2010, I've now become self conscience about changing the TC and front/rear axle fluid, thinking I can feel something (all psychological) ...its time and all recos are to change it sooner than the manual indicates. I plan to have that done in the next week. SRT $$ keeps flowing....
Hmmm..I agree that the ride is much more quiet and softer. I do notice some squeaks in the rear of the Jeep. Not new for sure but only now became aware of the squeaks. I highly recommend the Motivos. I hope they do well in the snow.

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Agreed.

I ended up getting all my fluids done yesterday (f/r axle, NV146, and oil)... Even smoother now with the new Motivos!


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