Custom Meats Sometimes, when we browse through TEN’s vast photo archives, we come across cool tech photos. Maybe it’s a Flattie with a V-8 swap underway, or an old-school winch, a cool old blower, some odd suspension, or maybe a guy grooving a tire. Tires and wheels are without a doubt one of the largest parts of the Jeep world’s aftermarket, so when we saw these images, we just had to share them. Who here has not tossed a set of big gnarly meats and the latest wheels on his or her Jeep? Back in the day, that might not be quite as easy as running down to your local tire and wheel shop. In this image shot for Hot Rod by Eric Rickman, we see someone cutting an 11.00x16 Goodyear Blue Streak Dragway special. This early custom version of the mud tire or sand paddle would have been soft and grippy, although side-hilling may have suffered from the straight grooves.