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ALPINEST4RS 04-08-2013 02:38 PM

Pulling the trigger.
 
So... 20 or 22 viper reps on H&R's? I'm having a hard time deciding. I love how the 22's fit the wheel well, but I like how much tire I have with 20's.

Right now my only downfall is living on a dirt road, but I am a very easy driver on it 30mph/slower. Even with my oem setup. My main concern is.. mud. I hate it. So much, but it was a sacrifice i made moving into my new home. I have a xj to drive around in if it gets real bad.

I need opinions on both people that own 20's with a drop and 22's. Tires wil be nittos and no staggered rims. Thanks.

Also for the record. I don't want to lift this one. I don't wanna drop 2 grand on a superlift.;)

bobharly 04-10-2013 11:05 PM

Re: Pulling the trigger.
 
I don't have either wheel size, but if it was me I'd get 20's. 22's are more of a fashion statement than performance.

4.whoa 04-10-2013 11:16 PM

Re: Pulling the trigger.
 
I have 22's with 285/30/22's even with such a short tire (too short, but ....) they are 70+lbs each! it does slow the 0-60 time a tad

also do some tire pricing/comparing on the sizes you are thinking of some of them are crazy!

ALPINEST4RS 04-11-2013 09:00 AM

Re: Pulling the trigger.
 
I went with 20's and a 255/50 tire.


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