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post #391 of 2533 Old 05-02-2013, 10:26 PM
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265/65/18 Firestone Destination A/Ts.

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post #392 of 2533 Old 05-03-2013, 02:49 AM
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I suspect that you will indeed have to stay with 20's due to the large brakes on the SRT. I don't think the smaller rims will clear them.

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post #393 of 2533 Old 05-09-2013, 07:59 AM
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Can anyone confirm that the nitto terra grappler 275/55/20 will fit in my 2012 v6 with no rubbing or issues? I have run some searches and it appears people are running this size in stock form (no leveling or lift), but my local wheel shop has concerns that they will rub. I just wanted to check here before pulling the trigger. Thanks!
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post #394 of 2533 Old 05-10-2013, 09:33 AM
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I put 275x55x20 on my 2012 Limited (no Quadra-lift, stock wheels) without rubbing anywhere BUT I had previously installed the RRO Leveling Kit. I have pictures posted in another thread that show the fit so you could review them if that would help.

My guess is that they will fit the wheel opening that way but they may start scuffing the liner - even the stock tires get pretty close to that.
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post #395 of 2533 Old 05-16-2013, 03:40 PM
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I photoshopped these wheels on mine. I picked up a set off a Wrangler Sahara. Not sure if I like them or what size tires I could get away with.





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post #396 of 2533 Old 05-16-2013, 04:01 PM
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I photoshopped these wheels on mine. I picked up a set off a Wrangler Sahara. Not sure if I like them or what size tires I could get away with.


aaeeeehhhhhh............Not so much, IMHO.




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post #397 of 2533 Old 05-17-2013, 07:42 AM
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aaeeeehhhhhh............Not so much, IMHO.

The 18s all suck. I'd love to put a set of the 2013 black 17" Rubicon wheels on, but I got the big brakes. I can find any info on spacers + 17s + big brakes either, cause if that works, it's a done deal.


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post #398 of 2533 Old 05-18-2013, 01:47 PM
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I photoshopped these wheels on mine. I picked up a set off a Wrangler Sahara. Not sure if I like them or what size tires I could get away with.
I think they're pretty cool wheels, kinda different. I still can't believe they don't give us a real spare wheel with the wk2s
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post #399 of 2533 Old 05-18-2013, 09:38 PM
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2013 Overland Tire help

I have a brand new overland and am about to move from Florida to Colorado (high country). Naturally I want to change out the tires to something more suitable for winter driving but still summer capable. I have chosen the Dueler AT Revo but for the life of me cannot figure out what size will work on the stock 20 inch rims without rubbing, etc. Anyone have this setup and what is the correct size? Any pics?


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post #400 of 2533 Old 05-18-2013, 10:22 PM
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Someone on another forum installed Goodyear Wrangler Silent Armor (awesome tire by the way) in 275/55/20 size. No rubbing at all.
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post #401 of 2533 Old 05-21-2013, 08:04 PM
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Tire input needed

I bought a set of 20x9 srt aftermarket rims and I'm looking to buy the cooper or Hankook tires in the size of 275/45/20 to put on my 2012 Jeep Grand cherokee laredo x. I have a separate set of winter tires on my old 18 inch rims and don't need winter performance out of the tires I'm buying.

Now before I get too many negative comments I like to share with everyone that my buddy has the same Jeep Cherokee and actually put on 20x10 srt aftermarket rims with 285/50/20 Michelin tires on it. I thought he is totally nuts, but these wheels and tires actually fit and there was enough space around the wheel wells and they look awesome. Personally I think 20x9 is large enough with 275's on it. Any thoughts or comments regarding tire choices?
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post #402 of 2533 Old 05-23-2013, 11:18 AM
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My upgrade from 18" factory Laredo X wheels to 20" SRT replicas from Quadratec. Rubber is 275/55r20 Nitto TG's.
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post #403 of 2533 Old 05-23-2013, 11:24 AM
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My upgrade form 18" factory wheels to 20" SRT replicas from Quadratec. Tires are 275/55r20 Nitto TG's. No rubbing at all under normal driving conditions but shop did say that there may be slight rubbing if in a full turn under bumpy surface conditions. That will all be solved next week when I instal the RRO leveling kit.
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My upgrade form 18" factory wheels to 20" SRT replicas from Quadratec. Tires are 275/55r20 Nitto TG's. No rubbing at all under normal driving conditions but shop did say that there may be slight rubbing if in a full turn under bumpy surface conditions. That will all be solved next week when I instal the RRO leveling kit.
Nice Sac.
(2) 9s and (2) 10s? or did you do all 4 the same?


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post #405 of 2533 Old 05-23-2013, 01:11 PM
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Nice Sac.
(2) 9s and (2) 10s? or did you do all 4 the same?
I went with all 9s since I like to rotate my tires with each oil change.

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