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post #436 of 2808 Old 06-22-2013, 01:45 AM
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Will 24x 9.5 with like a + 15 offset fit on a 2014 Overland with QL?

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post #437 of 2808 Old 06-23-2013, 01:11 AM
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whats the factory offset and width of the 2014 Overland with 18's

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Looking into new rims and wanted to know that the factory specs are on the 2014 Overland with OL and the 18's? Like whats the width and offset? Ive looked and couldnt find anything and i have asked a few questions about wheels but they keep putting me into a bulk tire/wheel thread and no one answers there because there are to many post and to hard to find anything out. So I hope this works and someone can help me out before they did it again and I dodn't get any help. Just the let the forum guys know, if you want paying customers, then dont bulk thread peoples questions....... just saying

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post #438 of 2808 Old 06-23-2013, 05:36 AM
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8" Wide, 56.4 mm offset.
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post #439 of 2808 Old 06-23-2013, 05:46 AM
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The information is in that thread, you don't need to ask again for it. Questions like yours usually don't get a response here because its one of those that gets asked over and over again and it just seems like the requester is too lazy to look it up.

Just saying that most folks don't want the main forum cluttered with these questions when you can easily find the answer either by looking in that thread or looking at whats stamped on your OEM wheels (most reliable). Its a community thing not a mod thing. Perhaps its way too much effort for you to pull a wheel off and look?

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The information is in that thread, you don't need to ask again for it. Questions like yours usually don't get a response here because its one of those that gets asked over and over again and it just seems like the requester is too lazy to look it up.

Just saying that most folks don't want the main forum cluttered with these questions when you can easily find the answer either by looking in that thread or looking at whats stamped on your OEM wheels (most reliable). Its a community thing not a mod thing. Perhaps its way too much effort for you to pull a wheel off and look?
Ok, I guess I understand about not CLUTTERING the main forum section. All my tools are packed and I can not just take a tire off and look, so I thought I would ask. As for looking in the tread, I look over all the posts and there is noting about 22's or 24's in this tread, so again by putting them all together no one can answer my question unless they go and find my post in the 100's of posts in this tread. So again the way you " CLUTTER " this tread with tons of posts is not efficient.......

But thanks for the person who actually answered my question and didn't write some useless info
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post #441 of 2808 Old 06-23-2013, 05:38 PM
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Friendly place, on a forum that averages about 10-15 posts a day I'd hardly call it cluttering. The stickys are OK if you're familiar with them, the search like on all forums sucks.
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Thread count doesn't matter unless those threads are inquiring about topics that have already been posted. If a person has a tire/wheel question...there are three (3) Stickys dedicated said topics. A user should first look through the threads already talking about the topic in general. If the question isn't answered by looking, then post it. There is absolutely no point in being lazy and not wanting to search. The search function actually works very well if you use broad search terms and look for a little bit. It isn't Google or Bing. A person does not need to be familiar with Stickys to use them...they are at the top of the page for a reason (they are one of the most common topics).

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post #443 of 2808 Old 06-23-2013, 09:16 PM
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Thread count doesn't matter unless those threads are inquiring about topics that have already been posted. If a person has a tire/wheel question...there are three (3) Stickys dedicated said topics. A user should first look through the threads already talking about the topic in general. If the question isn't answered by looking, then post it. There is absolutely no point in being lazy and not wanting to search. The search function actually works very well if you use broad search terms and look for a little bit. It isn't Google or Bing. A person does not need to be familiar with Stickys to use them...they are at the top of the page for a reason (they are one of the most common topics).
GET EM!!! lol. Most people just will never be "good" at the technical world we live in. Even worse, they are getting further behind in everything everyday because of it. I have used the search function on this forum and many others with great success...

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post #444 of 2808 Old 06-23-2013, 10:14 PM
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I am getting "Michelin Latitude Tour 265/65R18" for $700. I am buying these mainly for the rims. I plan to spray/paint it black.

I think these are the original Laredo wheels. Is that correct? I shouldn't have any issues with rubbing etc.
What do you guys think of the price? Rims look new (almost) from the pictures. Thx.

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$700 for wheels and tires? Nice find. I sold mine for $800. They will work fine.

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GET EM!!! lol. Most people just will never be "good" at the technical world we live in. Even worse, they are getting further behind in everything everyday because of it. I have used the search function on this forum and many others with great success...
Dito. I am on other forums also and it works great, maybe it is just a coincidence but I have never had issues with search functions.

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Friendly place, on a forum that averages about 10-15 posts a day I'd hardly call it cluttering. The stickys are OK if you're familiar with them, the search like on all forums sucks.
Its not a friendly thing. Its a common practice in all popular forums like this one. Experience has shown it helps the forum run smoother and makes answers to common questions and discussions easier to find, especially in a modification oriented forum. It helps the flow of information and ideas. It also keeps the interesting posts from dropping off the bottom of the page due to useless clutter. Those of us that frequent a lot of forums appreciate the structure. This is one of the friendliest forums I routinely peruse.

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Thanks for replying. From some these earlier posts I can safely assume 18s would work even though I have 20s on my Overland. Is there any other mods I need to do or would it be plug and play pretty much?

I attached pics of the wheels....the guy says he used it for only 2 weeks but looking at the tread.....I think they have been used longer than that. I am more interested in rims only. Its Craigslist after all, so anything too good to be true often is not true. So thought to ask my trusted sources on this forum. Even $700 is lot of money for me at the moment but I think its a good deal so I will store it until Oct/Nov.


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Your pictures are tiny...make them larger.

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Thread count doesn't matter unless those threads are inquiring about topics that have already been posted. If a person has a tire/wheel question...there are three (3) Stickys dedicated said topics. A user should first look through the threads already talking about the topic in general. If the question isn't answered by looking, then post it. There is absolutely no point in being lazy and not wanting to search. The search function actually works very well if you use broad search terms and look for a little bit. It isn't Google or Bing. A person does not need to be familiar with Stickys to use them...they are at the top of the page for a reason (they are one of the most common topics).
While I agree 100% with what you're saying, I'm the one who answered the question. I too am on other forums and there will always be members who don't first search for answers. Some just don't understand the search feature and some are too lazy, etc. I have been on the HML since 1998 and the same topics are resurrected over and over again.

If it's a simple question, I will usually just go ahead and provide the answer if I know it off the top of my head. More often than not, the threads become even more cluttered by not providing an answer with the should of/could replies. I think about 6 or 7 replies were just added to this thread (including this one ).
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I clear 275/70r18 with no tub at all even at full turn on a non QL..just have RRO leveling kit on it..they're close but no rub at all
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