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Rock Trix RT105 +12 offset
BFG All Terrain 265/70 R17
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Mine is 2012 overland with tow package but smaller brakes.
17"s worked great. Yes. Big brakes need the 18's
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Really like your setup! Could I get the specs on your wheels and suspension? Thanks!
I have 2017 Laredo E, everything stock except Jeep SRT springs in the rear(regular srt not the lowering ones).
i think the goliath replica wheels are 20x9 +34 offset got it from eBay new from OE wheels maybe around $700ish maybe less.
Tires are general grabber uhp and very good in the rain, sticky around corners. 275/55/20 around $100-120 new, free install and evrything at American tire depot.
 

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I have 2017 Laredo E, everything stock except Jeep SRT springs in the rear(regular srt not the lowering ones).
i think the goliath replica wheels are 20x9 +34 offset got it from eBay new from OE wheels maybe around $700ish maybe less.
Tires are general grabber uhp and very good in the rain, sticky around corners. 275/55/20 around $100-120 new, free install and evrything at American tire depot.
Thanks for the info,appreciate it! Once again jeep looks great!
 

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Black OEM 20's with 285/50-20 (32x11.50) Nitto Terra Grappler G2's.


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Yes the Terra Grapplers have great highway manners and are very quiet for an all terrain tire. I honestly didn't notice an increase in road noise over the OEM tires.
 

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How easy is it to “slap on new lugs”? I bought some 1.25” wheel spacers and would have to replace my lugs with shorter ones to install the spacers.
 

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You mean the studs? It's pretty labor intensive. You would have to pound them out one by one and then install a shorter one. Most people just trim the OEM studs which is a lot easier. From what I've read, this is only necessary with some aftermarket wheels. Most of the OEM wheels have recessed areas that the studs would fit into without touching anything when wheel spacers are installed.
 

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Thanks, but my Mopar wheels do not have those recesses.
 
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