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Old 04-10-2014, 12:24 AM
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Re: The official Wheel thread

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Nice. What is the wheel offset & what size tires are you running?
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Re: The official Wheel thread

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Re: The official Wheel thread

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Looking to sell my stock set of black chrome spider monkeys and tires if anyone is interested. 4000 miles of use and no rash on any of them.
Do you have any pics?

I have a 2014 White Overland w/chrome boards, and I want to keep all the chrome, but am contemplating black rims.

I have been trying to find pics of a similar setup to sell me on it, but no luck.

Looking at permachroming my overland wheels or possibly getting the black chrome SRT8's.

Any advice is welcomed!
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Took the trail grapplers offroad this weekend. No rubbing. I tried.
Love these pictures man!! They look sick what type of tires are these if you don't mind me asking and are they heavy?
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The official Wheel thread

Nitto trail grapplers. And they're very heavy. The terra grapplers are a good alternative if you want something more street-able




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Nitto trail grapplers. And they're very heavy. The terra grapplers are a good alternative if you want something more street-able

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Exactly what I'm looking for I am running some bf Goodrich tires and they are heavy I'm looking for something thready but not as heavy cause with these I feel it lol uploadfromtaptalk1398398891135.jpg
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Re: The official Wheel thread

You can definitely feel the weight on these too. Plus the high tread height makes them a little more squirrelly on pavement. Here they are compared to a falken rocky mtn ats/wild peaks

Nittos are the installed tire in the pics.
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Re: The official Wheel thread

See if I got some thready new tires like those I'd get maybe a size smaller like 245/65/17 so I won't rub too much due to the beefy tore
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Re: The official Wheel thread

I have an RRO lift, and the wheels are an 18 offset, I had to fold back the pinch welds of the inner fender to get proper clearance when turning. I forgot what size these are exactly but they're 33".


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Which RRO lift and how wide are the wheels? Mine are 20x9 and my driver front rubs when backing out to the right. Have to start moving forward and then straighten out the steering wheel to keep it from popping the plastic trim piece loose.
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Old 05-02-2014, 07:40 PM
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I wasnt aware rro offered more than one lift? Its the actual lift, not the leveling kit. Theyre 18x9
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