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crutan 04-14-2013 09:43 AM

20" Wheels for 2014
 
Hey guys, new to the forum. I just picked up a 2014 Grand Cherokee Laredo 4x4 last night in black pearl. I hate the look of the stock wheels and want to upgrade to some factory or factory replica 20's. I like the overland 20's but would like something maybe a little wider. I believe the overlands are 20x8. I would like 20x9 or maybe a staggered 20x9 front 20x10 rear look so maybe the SRT wheels. What do you guys think is best? I do not want to have any rubbing issues but would like a more aggressive look. Also which finish on the wheel do you think would look best with the black jeep? And does the 2014 jeep still have the 5x5 (5x127) pattern? Thanks for all of your help.

Feel free to post some pics of your 20" setups. Thanks.

Sscaduto 05-25-2013 10:06 PM

Re: 20" Wheels for 2014
 
I also have a 2014 GC and I'm looking to do the same thing. We have 5x127 pattern.
Check these out.

OE Replicas 2012 Jeep SRT8 wheels in a Matte Black finish at Street Dreams

Shale21 07-01-2013 10:18 PM

Re: 20" Wheels for 2014
 
Curtain - any update? I'm looking to do the same as you

Jeep_addicted 07-02-2013 08:45 AM

Re: 20" Wheels for 2014
 
Like Sscaduto said above you don't have that many options in a OEM styled wheel.

There is the 2011-2014 WK2 SRT8 replicas in 20x10

There is the 2005-2010 WK SRT8 replicas in 20x9 or 20x10

There is also the SRT10 wheel that can fit out SUV that are also available in 20x9 or 20x10

Both these wheels are available in all sorts of finishes from matte black to black chrome to a few shades of grey and of course regular chrome.

Note: With most all wheel drive vehicle you need to make sure that all the wheels have the same Outer diameter. When you mix and match wheel diameter for a prolonged amount of time you usually damage the center differential. So if you choose to go staggered pay close attention when selecting your tire sizes and try to get he Outer diameter as close as possible.


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