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Old 02-24-2011, 07:59 PM
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Re: 20" Factory reps - offroad setup - 07WK?

Here they are on a Wrangler. To me they would only look right on a lowered or SRT8 with low profile tires or 4" lift and some aggressive meats. Anything in between would just not look right to me. Just don't expect to do any hardcore offroading with them. Also, expect people to have negative opinions about 20's on a lifted Jeep.
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Re: 20" Factory reps - offroad setup - 07WK?

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damn... wont that void the warranty????
Nothing can flat out void your entire warranty. If a component fails while under warranty, the dealer can only deny your claim IF if failed because of a modification you made. For example, say all you did was add an exhaust and you had a wheel bearing go bad. They couldn't deny your claim because the exhaust had nothing to do with it.

If the dealer tries to weasel out of a claim even though you know your modification had nothing to do with it, mention the Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act and they'll back down real fast.
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damn... wont that void the warranty????
The dealership I regularly used for warranty work never hastled me about the Superlift on my WK.
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The dealership I regularly used for warranty work never hastled me about the Superlift on my WK.
You just upsized to those not too long ago, didn't you? What type of terrain do you get on with them and how do they perform? (Lew from JU, right?)
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