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Re: 2014 Overland w/ 22x10 SRT's lowered 1"=1.5"

It could be either, I'm dealing with the same thing right now between 65-75mph smooth everywhere else just between there I get vibration. Bringing the wheels to be rebalanced at a reputable shop. They will test the wheels to see if they are within spec. Tires could be the culprit too. Vibrations are such a pain in the ass to remedy.

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Re: 2014 Overland w/ 22x10 SRT's lowered 1"=1.5"

It might be expensive but bring it somewhere where they can Road Force balance the wheel and tire. The standard balancer just spins the wheel and tire. A road force applies a load, to the tire which will help get a true balance at speed. A weight can only offset a difference of a counteracting wieght to make the wheel and tire the same weight on all sides, but the density of rubber can vary so a road force will show this because of the side wall rebound. This can be accounted for with the proper tools. Go to a Cadillac or Mercedes store. They know more about 3+ ton SUV's than Jeep does in terms of tires and comfort.
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Re: 2014 Overland w/ 22x10 SRT's lowered 1"=1.5"

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It might be expensive but bring it somewhere where they can Road Force balance the wheel and tire. The standard balancer just spins the wheel and tire. A road force applies a load, to the tire which will help get a true balance at speed. A weight can only offset a difference of a counteracting wieght to make the wheel and tire the same weight on all sides, but the density of rubber can vary so a road force will show this because of the side wall rebound. This can be accounted for with the proper tools. Go to a Cadillac or Mercedes store. They know more about 3+ ton SUV's than Jeep does in terms of tires and comfort.
Most Discount Tire shops have road force balancing and will balance at no extra cost if you experience issues with tires/wheels bought at their shops.

Mercedes and Cadillac sell cars, not tires.
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Re: 2014 Overland w/ 22x10 SRT's lowered 1"=1.5"

A buddy mentioned having this done. I'll check aroubd for a local shop that can do this. Looks like I may have to throw the factory wheels back on until then.
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Re: 2014 Overland w/ 22x10 SRT's lowered 1"=1.5"

Coming late to this thread, but OP do you have any rubbing issues with this setup? I got 22x9 all around and I'm looking to drop her a tad.ImageUploadedByJeepGarage1432361689.555630.jpg


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Re: 2014 Overland w/ 22x10 SRT's lowered 1"=1.5"

No sir. Everything clears well.
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Re: 2014 Overland w/ 22x10 SRT's lowered 1"=1.5"

Where did you get your wheels from? I love the look!
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Re: 2014 Overland w/ 22x10 SRT's lowered 1"=1.5"

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A buddy mentioned having this done. I'll check aroubd for a local shop that can do this. Looks like I may have to throw the factory wheels back on until then.

Also make sure you are using hub centric rings if your wheels are not 71.5 centerbore. That's what solved the issue for me. Wasn't the balancing at all.


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Re: 2014 Overland w/ 22x10 SRT's lowered 1"=1.5"

Antoine31, I ordered them off eBay and the tires were ordered and mounted at a local shop.

Now that I have the Nitto's on it rides a lot better
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Re: 2014 Overland w/ 22x10 SRT's lowered 1"=1.5"

did you ever get your vibration issue resolved?
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