Originally Posted by AZhiCntry
Your wheels will stick out only 3mm more than mine (+38). You are correct about the wheel width being 9". It's been a few months since I measured and installed my wheels and tires.
I highly recommend having the sensors and tires installed by a tires only store like Discount Tires that really know their business. Sears did mine and it was nightmare that Discount had to fix! You would think that with TPMS sensors being around for 10yrs Sears would have the proper tools to install them and know where to install stick on weights on chrome wheels and how to properly mount and balance tires but NO!!!
I bought new TPMS sensors @ www.tiresensorwarehouse.com
for $79.80 set of 4. Part# 56029398AB. Same part# as Chrysler uses. The sensors linked up almost immediately after installing the new tires and wheels on my JGC. No activation of the sensors was needed.
The mud flaps are stock Mopar bought off of Amazon for around $65. The rear flaps have the raised JEEP lettering all black. I did trim the front flaps up 1.25" as I thought they hung a little too low.
What tires are you planning to put on? I'm very happy with the Coopers. They are as quiet as stock tires! I run them @ 36PSI cold and they run 38-39 PSI when driving. . Haven't noticed any decline in MPG.
I have been planning at least since April 30th, (found an old post of mine), to go with the Cooper DISCOVERER A/T3™ 265/60-18. I thought about going bigger than OEM but changed my mind back. Consumer Reports rated them highest. I also wanted a tire that would also perform well in snow, (I travel north every December for 2 weeks), and Consumer Reports rated them high for that and with road noise at a minimal and price low too, I knew it was the right tire for me.
I'm having the tire place down the road do the installation. His price for the Coopers was good enough for me to give him the business I just ordered 4 "Schrader 20398 TPMS Sensors" from Amazon. I think the OEM is Schrader.
Schrader 20398 TPMS Sensor : Amazon.com : Automotive
I guess the price at Tire Sensor Warehouse
used to be lower, now it shows: 46.24 a piece before shipping and they're not in stock right now. Amazon beat them by a few dollars.
I am going to install other sensors on the outside so I can monitor the pressure from inside the Motorhome; I don't think there is anyway to pick up the Jeep sensors and rebroadcast to the Motorhome, I wish there was. I will take off the RV sensors when not using the motorhome if I have problems.
Also, I am putting Rocky-road Outfitters Super Sliders on as well as Mopar "Deluxe Molded Splash Guards" front and rear. It looks like I get a break from my dealer on installation if I buy the parts from them.
I will probably proceed with other Rocky-Road accouterments as well, as they get made for the 2014.
2014 Jeep Grand Cherokee Overland 4X4 | Black, Inside and Out
5.7 liter HEMI | ORAII | Advanced Technology Package(w/ stop)