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Old 08-04-2013, 12:18 PM   #1
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18" xd addict. 33s or 35d?

I am getting a 3 inch lift kit installed. I am going with 18" xd addict wheels. Would 33s fit the 18" wheel or would I need a 17". Or would I be able to fit 35s. Any help is appreciated

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17's would be your cheaper option. You can fit 35's either or.

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Old 08-04-2013, 01:06 PM   #3
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17's would be your cheaper option. You can fit 35's either or.
Do you think 18s would look to big and might look stupid
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if ur planning to use it offroad, expect them to get a lil banged up. Thats why you see many jeeps with smaller/cheaper wheels. Many people go with 17's than 18's because, 17's tires cost less than 18' tires.

it doesn't look stupid, however it may not please other jeep enthusiasts.
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Why wouldn't 18's please other enthusiasts?
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^you don't wanna bang up your expensive 18's when you wheel your rig. 18s are heavier, and more expensive...same with tires.
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Old 10-20-2013, 08:25 AM   #7
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Not only are 17's cheaper than 18's but there are quite a few more tire options available. I have a JKU Sahara and replaced my stock 18's with 17" XD Cranks.

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