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Yesterday 06:54 AM
ColdCase OEM wheels have a 56mm offset. 18mm offset seems to be the sweet spot for maximum clearance, 30mm has been calculated as a pretty good compromise overall.

Those wheels have a 12 mm offset, which sets 1 farther out from a stock fitment. They may stick out beyond the fender a little. You may want to look for for OEM Wrangler takeoffs.
Yesterday 06:38 AM
Looking at getting these wheels as a snow set for a 2019 WK2. I'm pretty confident they will fit but just want to conform the 5.5" BS is correct for a stock fitment. Its got the altitude package with 20s but need/want a smaller wheel for winter and more sidewall. Having trouble finding a stock take off set locally
09-26-2020 05:09 PM
dtrkyman Atturo trail blade xt? Looking fo an aggressive tire in 255/70/18 so I don't have to buy a spare also. Not interested in duratrac.

09-20-2020 07:03 AM
hgp1958 Appreciate the feedback and suggestions, time to go upgrade my spare
09-19-2020 01:08 PM
Originally Posted by hgp1958 View Post
Running Yoko GO15 AT 265/65/R18 and spare is 245/65/R18
I think you’re asking for trouble. I would find a used tire nearby and have them swap it onto your spare wheel. Or have it towed. I know it’s not cheap, but it’s far less than if you have to replace the transfer case.
09-18-2020 05:35 PM
ColdCase Thats over an inch difference in diameter, 3% . I haven't driven one far with that much of difference, but 3-4% difference has been mentioned if you drive below 50, are familiar with the handling quirks, and limit yourself to 50 miles.
09-18-2020 03:01 PM
hgp1958 Running Yoko GO15 AT 265/65/R18 and spare is 245/65/R18
09-18-2020 09:34 AM
ColdCase How much smaller? What are the two tire sizes? Mostly straight or curves? Its not a locking transfercase so its not going to bind but different tire sizes will cause the transfer case diff to spin more than usual and add wear. Too far off ABS and traction control will become unhappy and the transfercase will heat up.
09-18-2020 09:30 AM
hgp1958 Will driving on a smaller spare for 50 miles or so cause any issues with Qt-1 4x4, 2013 laredo base 4x4?
09-17-2020 06:54 AM
uhomebody Thank you for the update. I am okay though I believe. Will use the sensors that are currently on my 2015 Overland wheels with the new wheels that I picked up that don't have the TPMS. Sames sensors just different wheels.
09-16-2020 04:29 PM
ColdCase The TPMS sensor and computer changed in 2016. 2016 and newer wheel sensors won't work with the 2015 and older computer. 2015 and older sensors won't work with 2016 and newer computer. Either sensor fits the hole in all year wheels. SRTs may be different. Most tire shops only want to use new sensors, they will claim the old ones are too easy to break. You can buy four sensors on ebay for about $50.
09-16-2020 02:29 PM
uhomebody Thank you for responding! Are the TPMS sensors interchangeable as well? The 2020's I am buying don't have them but I have the ones on my current 2015 wheels. Thank you again!!
09-15-2020 06:55 PM
ColdCase All 18 and 20 inch OEM wheels and tires fit all models all years (they are all the same overall diameter). OEM 17s fit on all models with standard duty brakes. SRTs may be different.
09-15-2020 05:39 PM
2020 Overland wheels on 2015 Overland

I have a 2015 Overland with 20 inch factory wheels on it. Will the 20 inch WRA wheels off of a 2020 Overland fit on my 2015? Same tires fit too? Thank you!!
09-15-2020 09:24 AM
Originally Posted by Egodriver71 View Post
For $279 for just the wheel, go full size spare and don't look back
I would especially match your tires if you offroad. The Kumho that comes with the steel wheel is a street tire, for sure. I went ahead and put a 265/65r18 Ridge Grappler on mine so itd match the rest.

The steel wheel fits in the compartment the best, but some people have gone with a matching wheel, as there are a lot of them out there.
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