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Re: Plastic Dip tailights with tinted reverse lights

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How do you think those rims would hold up to Midwest winters with snow and salt since they are PVD chrome and not chrome plated ?
PVD chrome will outlast traditional Chrome in all conditions

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Your pics are chrome? I thought they were of a darker chrome
Yes mine are dark chrome, but the "light" chrome PVD also exists, I just did a search and a seller on ebay has 20" Jeep Grand Cherokee Wheels Rims Chrome PVD 2013 -15 SRT8 Replicas 9113 20x10 for $549, they have some blemishes and 2 wheels have slight bends but they do exist. Read description. Up to you keep in mind these are 20 x 10 so heavier, they should still take stock tire size
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Thanks, Love your 22s with the 305/35. Nice Canadian Scenery, I used to live in Toronto and Brampton. What's your gas mileage like with those in the Diesel and what about ride quality ?
Gas mileage seems about the same. The Pirellis are a lot lighter than you'd expect for 22's in that size.

Ride quality is a lot harsher, but more stable. Cornering now feels less tippy and the handling is far tighter. I just gotta watch out for potholes because it's pretty jarring if you hit them.
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