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It's time to replace the crap OEM 20" tires on my dk charcoal pearl overland and while doing so I'm considering maybe changing to a different oem wheel style. I like the std overland wheel and will most likely stay with it, but often think about a different look and have always considered the multi spoke (altitude 70th anniversary wheel) but in the Durango RT charcoal finish. I've considered the '14 overland wheel as well, but tend to like the 11-13 version a little better between the 5spoke style. Thoughts?
 

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I think the 2011 Overland wheel you already have looks the best and I've seen them all as recently as last weekend. I parked mine directly in front of a 2014 Overland. The 2011/2012/2013 Overland wheel looks better, and I like it better than the wheel you're looking at too.
 

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Yeah, I think I'm going to stick with the overland style and go with a more aggressive tire. I do a lot of hwy driving, but I still think I'm going to go with the Nitto Grapplers in the OEM size.

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Based on those on here that have the Nitto Grapplers as I'm sure you've read that sounds like a real good choice. Good luck with whichever tire you do choose.
 

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I like the 20in split spoke like I have and the standard Overland wheel between the 11-13 either way you go man its a win win!
 

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That's a hard one to call because if you are going with any of those OEM wheels they are all winners in my book.

the 2014 overland would get the lowest vote in my book because the remind me too much of the boring 18x8 wheels that you get standard on the Laredo X


I think the 2011 -2013 Overland 5 spoke is sportiest looking wheel of the bunch.

the Multi spoke on the JGC gives is more of a sport luxury look.

That is just how I have classified them in my mind I like the contrast of the Durango versions the most though.

I don't see the multispoke as a sporty wheel on the Durango.
 

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yeah, the split spoke does not look that great on the durango. I'll probably stick with my overland wheels and order new rubber.


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I really like the two-tone the split spoke offers... They polished aluminum face with the grey painted pockets.
 
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