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post #631 of 2398 Old 11-12-2013, 07:43 AM
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Yeah, I have the towing package too, and Hemi. I'm not sure if they are vented, unfortunately my Jeep sits and waits for me, I just left the country for four months, O how I miss her

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post #632 of 2398 Old 11-12-2013, 06:49 PM
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Provided you have the V6 no. If you have the towing package and the hemi you have heavy duty brakes which require the 18" wheels. To double check look to see if the rear disks are vented. If they are then you have the heavy duty brakes.
Loveracing, you are incorrect I'm sorry to say. 18" rims for that WK2. ORA2 incl towing package and unless he wants to get out a grinder 17" wheels are listed as a no go for a 2014 ltd (I have one)
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post #633 of 2398 Old 11-12-2013, 06:52 PM
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Whatever it says on the door sticker. Anywhere from 35 to 40 should be fine. The tires are the same size and I'm sure still a standard load rating so the pressure on the door jam still works.
Door sticker is 33# as noted. That seemed fine with stock tires, at 255 70 18 I find it rides harsh at anything over 31#. 35 to 40 would be brutal me thinks even in stock (35 maybe, 40 no way)
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post #634 of 2398 Old 11-12-2013, 06:55 PM
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post #635 of 2398 Old 11-12-2013, 07:02 PM
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Loveracing, you are incorrect I'm sorry to say. 18" rims for that WK2. ORA2 incl towing package and unless he wants to get out a grinder 17" wheels are listed as a no go for a 2014 ltd (I have one)
The towing package only includes heavy duty brakes if you have the hemi or the diesel unless they changed things for 2014. That is why I told him to double check. I still haven't seen it confirmed if the high trimmed v6's with the towing package come with the heavy duty brakes.
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Door sticker is 33# as noted. That seemed fine with stock tires, at 255 70 18 I find it rides harsh at anything over 31#. 35 to 40 would be brutal me thinks even in stock (35 maybe, 40 no way)
Ours only has the 17's but I have ran 40 pounds of air in them since we bought it and it still rides really good. I will be backing it down to 35 for the winter though.
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post #637 of 2398 Old 11-12-2013, 08:20 PM
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2014 Jeep GC Limited Wheel Choices

So I just purchased a 2014 JGC Limited in white. I love it just want to change the wheels not feeling the stock 18's. How do you think black 20' altitudes will look with the white? or should I just upgrade to the overland 20's?
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post #641 of 2398 Old 11-13-2013, 08:08 AM
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Hey do you guys know if 18" 2012 Wrangler rims wil fit on my 2011 Grand Cherokee Overland for winter use, currently I am running 20" on the Overland
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post #642 of 2398 Old 11-13-2013, 11:23 AM
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17" is the smallest on V6. 18" is the smallest on Hemi.
See other tread this is not necess the case. My '14 WK2 with towing package and V6 has the big brakes so no 17"
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post #643 of 2398 Old 11-13-2013, 11:55 AM
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on the other side i have 20' in summit 2014 but looking for 18' for it(for winter). which one would you prefer?
for example justforjeeps have only 20' OEM rimms http://www.justforjeeps.com/jegrchwh...s_per_page=100
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post #644 of 2398 Old 11-13-2013, 02:33 PM
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justforjeeps is pricey. You can get OEM accessory 18s from forum sponsor moparonlineparts.

For example: http://moparonlineparts.com/jeep-gra...27_52_357.html

You can also check their repair parts page for OEM. Code WPR are the 18s I think.

There is also OEM wheels on ebay.

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post #645 of 2398 Old 11-14-2013, 02:28 AM
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i have contacted them, i send my VIN, no rimms available.
that http://moparonlineparts.com/jeep-gra...lic-p-841.html will not fit summit 2014.
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