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Looking to upgrade to 20's best options?

Hey guys, just picked up a 2011 laredo, it has the stock 17's with tires. Looking to upgrade to some polished 20's or chrome wheels. I like the stock overland 20's but they seem overpriced, roughly around 400 a piece. Has anyone tried a different wheel? Should I just wait and see if some used ones with tires pop up?

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Re: Looking to upgrade to 20's best options?

If you like the factory 20" wheel you can get it much cheaper then list at sites like

http://www.mopar-wholesale.com/oemcatalog
http://www.parts.com/oemcatalog/inde...layCatalogid=0

The wheel code is WPF and the street price is $299. For that price I don't think you will fins a better wheel but if the style isn't what you want then www.tirerack.com seems to have some that fit as well. The Granite Alloy GX1 looks ot be a pretty good deal @ $189 / ea and comes the closest on their site to the optimal offset though it will move the wheel out about 1/2" over stock. Stay away from anything with less than +45mm offset in this width.

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Re: Looking to upgrade to 20's best options?

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If you like the factory 20" wheel you can get it much cheaper then list at sites like

http://www.mopar-wholesale.com/oemcatalog
http://www.parts.com/oemcatalog/inde...layCatalogid=0

The wheel code is WPF and the street price is $299. For that price I don't think you will fins a better wheel but if the style isn't what you want then www.tirerack.com seems to have some that fit as well. The Granite Alloy GX1 looks ot be a pretty good deal @ $189 / ea and comes the closest on their site to the optimal offset though it will move the wheel out about 1/2" over stock. Stay away from anything with less than +45mm offset in this width.

Is wpf the polished version and not the silver version? I also like the wheels posted.
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Re: Looking to upgrade to 20's best options?

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Is wpf the polished version and not the silver version? I also like the wheels posted.
wpf is the code for the 20" standard on Overland and option on Limited
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Re: Looking to upgrade to 20's best options?

Pericles, make sure you check out these threads below and others on this board. Note how nice 4th Cherokee's Black Rhynos and Juan's SRT8 reps look, and see Factory Replicas in the Vendor section.

The JG Classifieds are also worth surfing regularly.

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Re: Looking to upgrade to 20's best options?

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If you like the factory 20" wheel you can get it much cheaper then list at sites like

http://www.mopar-wholesale.com/oemcatalog
http://www.parts.com/oemcatalog/inde...layCatalogid=0

The wheel code is WPF and the street price is $299. For that price I don't think you will fins a better wheel but if the style isn't what you want then www.tirerack.com seems to have some that fit as well. The Granite Alloy GX1 looks ot be a pretty good deal @ $189 / ea and comes the closest on their site to the optimal offset though it will move the wheel out about 1/2" over stock. Stay away from anything with less than +45mm offset in this width.

Why stay away from less than +45 offset in a 9" wide wheel? There are guys running 20X9 with +18 or +25 offsets.
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Re: Looking to upgrade to 20's best options?

There a quite a few OEM Overland 20s on eBay for around $1000/set + shipping (~$150). Also, the classifieds section on JG is a good source as well - it's how I picked up my set.
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I like the wk1 SRT8 replicas on the 2011's. The staggered sizes look really badass. The Viper replicas look sick too
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