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I have a 14 grand cherokee limited and live in Ottawa Canada and looking at 265/60/18 winter tires and non-steel rims. Got a price of $2,160 cdn with no tpms - Michelin x ice from the dealer. Looking for another price and if anyone has any referrals that wud be great - Jim
I would try ebay for oem take offs, a jeep dealer will most likely be the most expensive place to buy
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Re: What is a reasonable price for "New" 18" Take-Offs

I am buying Nokian XL 114 Rotllva BSW for just under $1000 for my GC Limited due to be shipped within the next 10 days from the factory.
Removing stock tires as most of driving is off road.
Price from Tire Factory!
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Re: What is a reasonable price for "New" 18" Take-Offs

I paid $230.00 per Tire for Nokian R2's Free Shipping, No Tax.
I paid $725.00 for 4 2014 18" Durango Take-Off Wheels with new Latitude Tires (no TPMS) plus $175.00 Shipping
I paid $50.00 for 4 OEM TPMS Sensors EBay.

I still have to get everything Mounted and Balanced
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Re: What is a reasonable price for "New" 18" Take-Offs

18" Nokian R2's on Durango Wheels.

So far they seem quiet and vibration free but I've only had them up to 60 MPH or so, so far.

Wheels don't look too bad.

I was gonna swap the dodge hub cap, but I think I'll leave them.







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18" Nokian R2's on Durango Wheels. So far they seem quiet and vibration free but I've only had them up to 60 MPH or so, so far. Wheels don't look too bad. I was gonna swap the dodge hub cap, but I think I'll leave them.
looks good! did you get the tires at tiresbyweb? I'm assuming those nokian don't suffer from dry/warm roads!
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Re: What is a reasonable price for "New" 18" Take-Offs

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looks good! did you get the tires at tiresbyweb? I'm assuming those nokian don't suffer from dry/warm roads!
Yes, tiresbyweb.

I wanted to put them on to get the TPMS senors sorted out and to make sure they were no vibration issues. Especially after my "Drain Mod". I just tested them to 75 mph, which is about as fast as I ever go and all was good.

I may take them back off for a month or so.

Past Nokian's don't have this crazy "Ice" soft rubber like Blizzaks so they are tougher than those. But they are still snow tires.

I got 11 seasons out my wifes last Nokian's and the car total had 217K. Not sure how much of that was Nokian's probably about 1/3. But they still had good tread. But they started to go out of shape they were getting so old.
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Re: What is a reasonable price for "New" 18" Take-Offs

Do the stock 18's clear the front HD brakes? Considering a set for snows as well.
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Do the stock 18's clear the front HD brakes? Considering a set for snows as well.
haven't tried mine yet but that's my understanding, since you can have overland/limited v8 with 18" wheels... and this is not true for 17" v8 that you can't buy
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Re: What is a reasonable price for "New" 18" Take-Offs

The OE Latitudes suck. Someone would have to pay me to drive through another set of them.
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Re: What is a reasonable price for "New" 18" Take-Offs

Have some down in florida
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Re: What is a reasonable price for "New" 18" Take-Offs

1200 for a brand new set with tires at stealership here
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