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Re: The official Wheel thread

My new Jeep with ATX Artillery Wheels and Rocky Road Supersliders.

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Re: The official Wheel thread

Hankook 275/65/18 on ATX Killer 18x9



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Old 10-31-2013, 10:01 AM
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Re: The official Wheel thread

20" boss 304 with 30+ offset
Tires 275/55/20 cooper discoverer h/t plus
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Re: The official Wheel thread

Im thinking of the Ultra Phantom or the Baron with black machined face for my black wk1. Just need to be sure that a +12 offset isnt going to stick out too far with a 265 tire...






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Re: The official Wheel thread

what lift do you have on that? Thanks
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Re: The official Wheel thread

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Better pic this time. Someone asked for a higher res pic awhile back, we'll see how it loads.



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Is this lowered or you have quadra lift? because you just sold me on srt reps!!
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Is this lowered or you have quadra lift? because you just sold me on srt reps!!
This had quadralift. Don't let the tire store tell you they won't fit. If you get this exact setup. It'll fit fine. With about 3mm to spare in Park mode.

22x10 (front and back) SRT replicas on 305/40/22 Cooper Zeon XST-a tires. Cost me about $1700 total, out the door.
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Re: The official Wheel thread

Hi
i am new here and like this forum so much
i got new wheels for my WK2 Lexani R4 black machine 22x9
i am planing to get 305 40 22 , but i am woundring if 305 width will fit on the rim 9 inch width, so please give me your advice.
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Hi i am new here and like this forum so much i got new wheels for my WK2 Lexani R4 black machine 22x9 i am planing to get 305 40 22 , but i am woundring if 305 width will fit on the rim 9 inch width, so please give me your advice.
305 tire will fit fine on the rim, but I couldn't find what the offset is online for this wheel. That is what is really going to be important. If the wheel offset is too shallow, they'll stick out way past the fender and look goofy; if the offset is too deep, they will rub either when turning or even on that nut situated at the top of the front tires. Find me the offset for this wheel and I'll do the math for you.
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Hi i am new here and like this forum so much i got new wheels for my WK2 Lexani R4 black machine 22x9 i am planing to get 305 40 22 , but i am woundring if 305 width will fit on the rim 9 inch width, so please give me your advice.
Meant to say "find me the offset for this Wheel and I'll do the math for you"
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Re: The official Wheel thread

Does anyone have pics of the stock ORA2 wheels on a more aggressive tire (275/65/18)?

My 2014.5 SFU should be here in the next week and I'm looking to get new tires pretty quick. I'm looking at terra grapplers, wrangler AT or even the duratracs. I don't know if I have seen the stock 18's on different rubber.

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Does anyone have pics of the stock ORA2 wheels on a more aggressive tire (275/65/18)?

My 2014.5 SFU should be here in the next week and I'm looking to get new tires pretty quick. I'm looking at terra grapplers, wrangler AT or even the duratracs. I don't know if I have seen the stock 18's on different rubber.

Thanks!
I posted some pics with the wrangler AT 265/65/18 in this post:

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Sometimes fate makes your decisions for you ... Since I first placed my order for my SFU on 8/9 I've been debating which tires to put on - P vs LT, which brand and what size. Early on I had settled on the Wrangler All-terrain Adventures for the brand, but kept waffling on P vs LT and size. I finally narrowed it down to P. While I wanted the slightly higher profile of the 265/65R18, I wasn't sure if there would be an appreciable impact on all of the various electronics (besides the obvious speed/mileage being off) due to the different size so decided to be conservative and stick with stock.

Well, as fate would have it, the supplier shipped the wrong tire. Even though the store ordered the 265/60s, they sent the 265/65s. So I said "what the heck, put 'em on".

Two days later I loaded up the SO and kids into the SFU and headed up to the mountains.





This was the first real trip with the SFU and it acquitted itself quite admirably. The drive was very pleasant and everything worked flawlessly. Two very nice advantages to the diesel: 1) With the lower RPMs the SO thought we were going slower than we really were. 2) With the staggering range, I was able to go from SF to Tahoe, drive around a bunch and get home without filling up, which meant not having to pay the $0.30/gal extra that stations in and around tahoe charge.

And somewhat ironically, due to the fact that Tahoe didn't have as much snow as normal for this time of year, I got to put 'er through some slick and somewhat difficult offroad paces. We wanted to find a nice sledding spot for the kids, so I started doing some exploring and wound up on a poorly-maintained, narrow dirt road that was a fun mix of mud, ice, snow and rocks. The Jeep and the new tires did quite admirably, making conditions that are typically pretty trying seem fairly trivial.

Here you can glimpse her hiding out in her natural habitat.



Now that I've had some decent time with it and used it in a variety of scenarios, I'm going to finally finish doing my review in the Owners's thread. But if you want the Cliff Notes - it has exceeded my expectations!
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