Originally Posted by Scottina06
I dont know where Mhasslers misconceived perception is coming from on the 18's vs 20's or larger. VERY few here have 24's....maybe 1 or 2 members...so no idea where the ill conceived comments for the street guys comes from there. We are an open forum to any wheel style or size etc. Usually the hate about wheel size comes from newbs who havent been here very long...or the offroad crowd who just comes here to stir shit. We are a very well balanced forum of offroad and street guys who are working together and dont hate on each other over wheel/tire sizes. 18's look good and 22's look good on the 2011 and everything in between. Your gonna get lots of opinions.
That's right. You sissy boys can keep your pretty little Jeeps on the street. Us in the offroad crowd will use it like it's made to be used.
OK, probably not... just came back from a trip to Vegas and rented a JK Wrangler. I realized that I probably wouldn't have taken my '11 Overland the places I took that JK. Not that this vehicle couldn't tackle the mountains, but that I realized that I like it nice and shiny right now. When I brought it back to the rental place, they weren't too happy, but I told them upfront the JK was going offroad. (good thing I bought the insurance)
Funny story, we were offroading in Southern Nevada near the Cali border. Came over the top of a hill crest and see a few quads parked and only see a girl sitting on a rock overlooking the valley and I-15 in the distance. I wondered where the hell the guy was for a few seconds until he popped his head up to look at us while it was between her legs. I simply gave him the
and turned around. The missus asked me "did you just give him a thumbs up"? Why yes, yes I did.
/the things you see when you're offroad
//to answer the OP's question... whatever rims and tires *you* think look best, not anyone else