THANKS!I'm real happy with the look and get thumbs up every time I take it out
It wasn't easy though, I had a hell of a time trying to find a wheel that I liked that would work. I was looking at the website of different wheel suppliers, looking at the measurements, every wheel I picked was only available in offsets that wouldn't work.
I decided to call FUEL to see about having a set custom drilled/milled...I told them what I needed as far as measurements and to my surprise, they told me that they actually did have a few wheels designs in a 5x5 20x9 with a +20 that are not listed on their site that were close to what I was looking for. So I lucked out.
As for the ride, it doesn't feel as nice as it did when it was stock. I'd call the ride more "sloppy/spongy" compared to stock. But its not bad at all and still comfortable. The Suspension has be altered and the 10ply LT tires are louder and stiffer and heavier than the stock tires...but these things are to be expected when performing these types of modifications, goes with the territory. I'd be interested in riding in a similarly modded Jeep with the Bilstien Shocks to compare the ride quality.
Again it s not bad at all, just not as tight and plush as stock.
Body colored door handles change the whole look of it.
Its been overcast the past few days I'm itching to see the blue in the direct sunlight.