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02-14-2020 11:07 AM
foreWard Finally got my new wheels and tires installed. I love it! 275/55/20 Falken Wildpeak at3ws on 20x9 +34 SRT reps. Had slight rubbing at full lock in entry/exit mode last night, so just turned off E/E. Might try again later, since the wife likes it for getting in and out. Looks really aggressive in person, sits right about flush to the fender flares on the TH.
02-13-2020 08:16 PM
SamFoe
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Originally Posted by ColdCase View Post
Dunno, there are photos around here somewhere of something similar.
ended up finding a YouTube video of a lifted WK2 with a -6 offset and he had to do minor trimming so I'll probably end up getting the -12mm offset and doing some trimming
02-12-2020 09:38 PM
ColdCase Dunno, there are photos around here somewhere of something similar.
02-12-2020 08:05 AM
SamFoe
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A -12 offset pushes the wheel out 3 inches from OEM, beyond the fender.
that's the look I'm trying to go for I have JK take off with 1.25 inch spacers and they stick out a lil bit but I'd like a lil more poke how much trimming would I have to do?
02-12-2020 08:03 AM
ColdCase A -12 offset pushes the wheel out 3 inches from OEM, beyond the fender.
02-12-2020 07:48 AM
SamFoe
2012 Grand Cherokee wheel fitment

Hello Jeepers I see there is a fitment fourm but I cant find anything on if 18x9 wheels with -12 offset wrapped in 255/70/18 will fit on my jeep with a 2.5 Rough Country lift I have a feeling I'd have rubbing with these?
02-10-2020 11:50 AM
ColdCase Yeah, my bad.... looks like parts books says one sensor fits late model Grand Cherokees, Compass, Renegade, where the other fits early Grand Cherokees and all year Wranglers.
02-10-2020 09:08 AM
siddious33
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Originally Posted by siddious33 View Post
According to the response from Tire Rack the 2011 Grand Cherokee and the 2019 JL both use Manufacturer Part #: 56029398AB so if I want to swap those over it should work fine. Hopefully that is all legit (and this information helps someone else out too.)

Frustrating that Jeep doesn't have more consistency across systems, but I do understand the later WK2 model years offer more information, so I'm assuming that is why the different part number is required.
Well never mind. Did my detective work and called the seller back and suddenly the wheels don't actually have TPMS sensors any more. Sigh... Back to square one.
02-10-2020 08:54 AM
siddious33
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Originally Posted by ColdCase View Post
Interesting, I thought 2011 WK2s used 56029398AB or the 68241067AB sensors where 2016 - 2019s used 68252493AB or 68313387AB. Maybe I was mistaken about the JL. They are all 433Mhz sensors but otherwise not compatible.
According to the response from Tire Rack the 2011 Grand Cherokee and the 2019 JL both use Manufacturer Part #: 56029398AB so if I want to swap those over it should work fine. Hopefully that is all legit (and this information helps someone else out too.)

Frustrating that Jeep doesn't have more consistency across systems, but I do understand the later WK2 model years offer more information, so I'm assuming that is why the different part number is required.
02-10-2020 08:45 AM
ColdCase Interesting, I thought 2011 WK2s used 56029398AB or the 68241067AB sensors where 2016 - 2019s used 68252493AB or 68313387AB. Maybe I was mistaken about the JL. They are all 433Mhz sensors but otherwise not compatible.
02-10-2020 08:35 AM
siddious33
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Originally Posted by siddious33 View Post
Darn! Appreciate the info. Looked like the same part number for the 2019 JL and the 2011 WK2, so I was hoping I'd get lucky.
Oops, never mind. Actually just confirmed with Tire Rack that the 2019 JL Wrangler TPMS sensors and the 2011 Jeep Grand Cherokee TPMS sensors are exactly the same part and will work on either vehicle!
02-10-2020 08:30 AM
siddious33
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Originally Posted by ColdCase View Post
Those newer JL wheels sensors won’t work in a 2011.
Darn! Appreciate the info. Looked like the same part number for the 2019 JL and the 2011 WK2, so I was hoping I'd get lucky.
02-09-2020 04:25 PM
ColdCase
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Originally Posted by siddious33 View Post
My WK2 is a 2011. Think that will work? If switching the TPMS sensors over is that big of a deal I'll likely just pass on these. The Bridgestone Dueler RHS tires aren't my top choice. Just thought for $300 bucks for five basically new tires, plus those wheels with the TPMS sensors already I'd take them.
Those newer JL wheels sensors won’t work in a 2011.
02-09-2020 01:31 PM
gspfunk
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Originally Posted by limechallenger View Post
So I just bought a used 2019 GC Overland with 27.000 miles on it. The tires on it are surprisingly very worn already! So come spring I will be looking for tires! I want to stay stock diameter ,but would like a all terrain tire ( we live in Michigan and see a fair amount of snow) I drive mostly on the street , but occasionally off road. My number one priority is I want a QUIET TIRE. looking for suggestions and advise on your experiences !
Another good option is the Continental TerrainContact or Grabber ATP. Both have similar, less aggressive tread patterns, but do well for USDA roads or light terrain.
02-09-2020 11:14 AM
siddious33
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Originally Posted by ColdCase View Post
What year is the WK2 ?, the JLs should work it its a 2019. They changed sensors in 2016 I think, but there has been some discussion about 2020s.

Most shops are reluctant to pull TPMSs from one wheel and put them in another as they can easily break. New OEM sensors are about $60 a set off ebay.

There is no reprograming required. The Jeep will discover and remember the news sensors with a few miles of driving.
My WK2 is a 2011. Think that will work? If switching the TPMS sensors over is that big of a deal I'll likely just pass on these. The Bridgestone Dueler RHS tires aren't my top choice. Just thought for $300 bucks for five basically new tires, plus those wheels with the TPMS sensors already I'd take them.
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