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Old 08-11-2015, 10:41 AM
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Re: Spider Monkey Reps 20x9 2015 Overland

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Thanks. I've been very pleased with them. I purchased them locally. (Nc) but they do quite a bit of online business so I'm sure shipping them to you wouldn't be a problem. Check them out on Facebook Vittore Wheel & Tire. You can ask for Ryan. He helped me with my setup. You can PM me if you need any other information.
Zrlee, I spoke with Ryan at Vittore. He was very helpful but did mention I might need to "lockout" the park/exit assist on the air ride suspension. Have you done this or had any issues?

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Re: Spider Monkey Reps 20x9 2015 Overland

I did turn off the setting that automatically lowers the vehicle to entry/exit mode when you put it in park. Mainly because it doesn't raise back up until you reach a certain speed. In my situation I have to turn very hard right to get out of my garage so I was afraid I would forget to raise it manually and it would rub. The rubbing in that setting is minor and can easily be fixed by trimming out a small section of the wheel well liner but I just didn't want to have to cut anything.
My jeep is in the shop right now (getting rock rails installed) but, if you'd like, I can take some pics this evening in that setting so you can see it. I've not had any issues with rubbing in the normal ride height so I just found it easier to turn the entry/exit setting off so I wouldn't have to worry about trimming anything. Hope that helps.
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Re: Spider Monkey Reps 20x9 2015 Overland

By any chance did you get around to taking any pics of your jeep in the different ride positions. I'm going to be doing a similar set up wheel and tire size wise and any pictures you can post would be helpful. Just to get an idea of what it looks like from all angles. Plus your Jeep is prett awesome and I dont mind looking at it.
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Re: Spider Monkey Reps 20x9 2015 Overland

Got my wheels from vittore in and mounted. 20x10, 50mm offset , 295/45/20. Sensors work fine.


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Do not stick out past the fenders at all

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Re: Spider Monkey Reps 20x9 2015 Overland

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By any chance did you get around to taking any pics of your jeep in the different ride positions. I'm going to be doing a similar set up wheel and tire size wise and any pictures you can post would be helpful. Just to get an idea of what it looks like from all angles. Plus your Jeep is prett awesome and I dont mind looking at it.

Here you go. In order from Off Road II down to Entry/Exit.
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Re: Spider Monkey Reps 20x9 2015 Overland

Entry/Exit mode (would need to trim if you want to drive in this mode) although you can't go very fast.
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Re: Spider Monkey Reps 20x9 2015 Overland

Looks great, thanks so much. Does your's go down to aerodynamic ride height when going fast on the highway? If so does that cause any rubbing or is that still clear
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Spider Monkey Reps 20x9 2015 Overland

It does. Entry/Exit lowers the vehicle 1.5" from normal ride height. Aero lowers the vehicle .5" from normal ride height. Aero mode only engages at speeds above 62mph and you won't be turning the wheel hard enough at those speeds for it to matter. So it wont rub
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Re: Spider Monkey Reps 20x9 2015 Overland

I think that if the selec-terrain is set in sport mode that it stays in aero mode but not sure about that.
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Re: Spider Monkey Reps 20x9 2015 Overland

coo, thanks for clering that up. If it is in sport mode, I think it is at aero heigh level. It definetly lowers the height, but I am not sure how much it does.
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Re: Spider Monkey Reps 20x9 2015 Overland

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Entry/Exit mode (would need to trim if you want to drive in this mode) although you can't go very fast.
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I realize this is a few months old, but this is the exact info I needed to finalize a decision. Going with the hyper silver 20x9 reps and 275/55r20 Duratracs. Thanks!
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Entry/Exit mode (would need to trim if you want to drive in this mode) although you can't go very fast.
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I am also driving an overland. I think your Jeep looks great. In your opinion, do you think a 275 60 20 would fit? I removed the 2 front lower splash guards, trimmed a small amount off the inside edge of the bumper cover, bent the pinch weld back and also pinned the inner felt back. I also have the module on mine that is set to ride at 1.25" higher than normal ride height. The tires are 1" taller than what you have on.
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