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I wouldn't lower it but id opt for larger tires. 295/45/20
Ride height looks fine to me.
Thanks for advice,, why i didn't think about tire size ..i should ask before buying these tires..thanks again superman,,

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Re: srt rims rep on my 14 laredo ...lowering advice..

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Thanks for advice,, why i didn't think about tire size ..i should ask before buying these tires..thanks again superman,,

If you were to go with the 295 tires, you might as well went with with 20x10 rimes. The 20x9 gives more options for tire choices.
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Re: srt rims rep on my 14 laredo ...lowering advice..

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If you were to go with the 295 tires, you might as well went with with 20x10 rimes. The 20x9 gives more options for tire choices.
Huh? 295/45/20 is ideal on a 9" because you get the added rim protection from the additional tire bulge. 20x10 will give you more strech with less bulge and nearly no protection.
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Huh? 295/45/20 is ideal on a 9" because you get the added rim protection from the additional tire bulge. 20x10 will give you more strech with less bulge and nearly no protection.
definitely That's my next step, thats a better idea than lowering my jeep..
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Re: srt rims rep on my 14 laredo ...lowering advice..

I went with the 22" black srt8 spider monkey on my durango. I know different suv but rim offset is the same.
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Re: srt rims rep on my 14 laredo ...lowering advice..

I agree with the others....leave the ride height as is & consider wider tires for the future.
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Re: srt rims rep on my 14 laredo ...lowering advice..

Drop it on road magnet Mid drop springs. More comfortable than stock (if you don't have quadra lift) and looks way better if you aren't doing any towing / major offroading.
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Drop it on road magnet Mid drop springs. More comfortable than stock (if you don't have quadra lift) and looks way better if you aren't doing any towing / major offroading.
I don't know much about mechanic so please explain me the "mid drop springs" part ..why it could be more comfortable?? sorry 2 many questions,,i did lower cars but not suvs..and you can feel any little pab hole.. Thanks
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Re: srt rims rep on my 14 laredo ...lowering advice..

The mid drop springs are softer than the stock ones and have a much nicer ride. You also don't rub with them.

Look on blackopsauto works for the SRT 8 mid drop springs they fit all WK2 grand Cherokees


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