OK4WD Tires and Wheels
What's the Purpose of Using Oversized Wheels and Tires in Off-Roading?
Are you looking to take your off-road adventures to the next level? Consider upgrading your wheels and tires with oversized/plus-fit tires from OK4WD. Here are some reasons why you should choose OK4WD for your off-road tire needs:
Improved Ground Clearance
By adding larger tires to your vehicle, you'll gain increased ground clearance, allowing you to easily navigate over rocks, logs, and debris without getting stuck. This is especially important when traversing rough terrain or crossing shallow streams and rivers.
Off-road tires have deeper treads and wider grooves, providing better traction on loose dirt, mud, and gravel. With OK4WD's off-road tires, you'll have improved grip on uneven terrain, reducing the risk of skidding or sliding.
Our off-road tires are designed to withstand harsh conditions, including rough terrain, gravel, and sharp rocks. With our oversized tire upgrades, your vehicle will gain increased durability, reducing the risk of punctures or damage to your tires.
Oversized tires provide a larger contact patch with the ground, improving your vehicle's acceleration and braking performance. This is especially important when navigating steep inclines or declines, where traction is crucial.
Whether you're looking for improved ground clearance, better traction, increased durability, enhanced performance, or aesthetic appeal, OK4WD has you covered. Our team of off-road tire experts can help you choose the perfect tire upgrade for your vehicle, ensuring optimal handling and fuel efficiency. Located in Stewartsville, New Jersey, we're proud to serve the off-road, all terrain, and road tire needs of customers in New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania and beyond. Contact us today to schedule your tire installation and take your off-road adventures to the next level!
What's the Difference Between All-Terrain, Off-Road, Mud Tires, and Road Tires?
All-terrain, off-road, and mud tires are all designed for different driving conditions and terrain types. Here are some key differences between these types of tires:
These tires are designed to perform well on both paved roads and light off-road terrain. They have a more aggressive tread pattern than standard highway tires, but not as aggressive as off-road or mud tires. All-terrain tires typically have better handling and traction on wet or snowy roads than off-road or mud tires.
These tires are designed specifically for off-road use and are not recommended for regular on-road use. They have larger, deeper treads and thicker sidewalls to provide better grip on loose dirt, rocks, and other rough terrain. Off-road tires typically have less grip on paved roads than all-terrain or mud tires, and they can be noisy and uncomfortable to drive on.
These tires are designed for use in deep mud, sand, and other soft, loose terrain. They have even larger, deeper treads than off-road tires, with wider gaps between the tread blocks to provide better traction in mud and snow. Mud tires are typically not recommended for regular on-road use due to their poor handling and noise levels.
Additionally, we mount and balance road tires as well. There are many different types of tires available for various vehicles and driving conditions.
These tires are designed to provide a balance of performance and traction in wet, dry, and light snowy conditions. They typically have a moderate tread pattern that provides good handling on pavement.
These tires are designed to provide optimal traction in snowy and icy conditions. They have a softer rubber compound and deeper treads with specialized grooves and sipes to provide better grip on slippery surfaces.
These tires are designed to provide optimal performance and handling in warm and dry conditions. They typically have a harder rubber compound and a tread pattern that is optimized for high-speed driving on dry pavement.
These tires are designed for long-distance driving and provide a comfortable, quiet ride. They typically have a moderate tread pattern and a smooth, quiet ride.
Performance tires: These tires are designed for high-performance vehicles and provide maximum grip and handling on dry pavement. They typically have a soft rubber compound and a tread pattern that is optimized for high-speed driving and aggressive cornering.
These tires are designed to allow a vehicle to continue driving even after a puncture or blowout, allowing the driver to reach a safe location to replace the tire. Run-flat tires typically have reinforced sidewalls that can support the weight of the vehicle even with no air pressure.
OK4WD: Your Go-To Destination for Oversized Wheels and Tires - Here's Why!
When it comes to installing oversized tires, it's important to choose a shop with the right tools, equipment, and expertise. Here are some reasons why you should consider OK4WD for your local tire installations:
Selecting the right size and type of tire for your vehicle is crucial to ensure compatibility and avoid clearance issues, rubbing, and other problems. OK4WD can help you find the perfect fit for your vehicle based on its make, model, and year.
Installing oversized tires requires specialized equipment, such as a tire mounting machine, that is typically not available at regular auto shops. OK4WD has the necessary tools and expertise to install your new tires correctly, ensuring proper fitment, alignment, and balancing.
Safety and Performance
Incorrectly installed oversized tires can negatively impact your vehicle's handling and performance, posing safety risks to you and others on the road. OK4WD can guarantee that your new tires are installed safely and properly, reducing the risk of accidents, blowouts, or other issues that could compromise your safety and the performance of your vehicle.
Warranty and Support
At OK4WD, we offer warranties and support for our products and services, giving you peace of mind knowing that you can rely on us for repairs, maintenance, and support in case anything goes wrong with your oversized tires.
Overall, choosing a specialized shop like OK4WD for your tire installations is critical to ensure proper fitment, professional installation, safety, and performance. Although it may be tempting to try to install the tires yourself or go to a regular auto shop to save money, the risks of damaging your vehicle or compromising your safety are not worth it. Let OK4WD provide you with the expertise and equipment needed to get the job done right as we proudly serve the New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and New York markets.