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Old 03-05-2012, 05:08 AM   #1
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20" 22" and 24" Wheel and tire pics on Jeeps

Wanting to see some pics of Jeeps with 20-24" wheel and tire combos. I am lifting my 2008 4 door and am wanting to put a 20-24" wheel/tire on it. Please post pics, info and advice. Thanks!!

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Don't expect much feedback on this one other than photoshopped pics or the occasional 'Ciara's Wrangler' photo. Generally speaking, wranglers with anything over 18" are "taboo"

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Man, you may see some 20's but 24's?

Wrong vehicle choice
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Man, you may see some 20's but 24's?

Wrong vehicle choice
yeah... that about sums it up....
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To each his own, but why do that to a Jeep?

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Seriously why own a Jeep to put that wheel/tire combo on?? Some Jeeps are "ok" with 20's and 35" mud tires but 24's??? No way. Why even have a 4 wheel drive vehicle for that matter. The Jeep will also struggle to push 24's down the road and stop them.

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to each his own, but why do that to a jeep?

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Someone posted a picture of a JK with large wheels just a couple of weeks ago. It looked like a Model T
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My rule of thumb is the tire needs to b twice the hight of the rim so unless your running 40-48s chose a smaller rim.....
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My rule of thumb is the tire needs to b twice the hight of the rim so unless your running 40-48s chose a smaller rim.....
Wheew! I guess I barely made it then.

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Not mine, from Google.
26's


24's


24's
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A skateboard rack?

(3rd photo) Why not just use the floorboards?
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I, just....ummm, well....
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Sorry but I had to laugh. There is one in my neighborhood. Looks horrible and he has 24s on it. But to each his own.
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A skateboard rack?

(3rd photo) Why not just use the floorboards?
That JKU was done for Tony Hawk if my memory serves me correctly.
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That JKU was done for Tony Hawk if my memory serves me correctly.
My question remains.
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Not mine - but 22's with 35's.


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Some stats on rim size and the sidewall argument -

Stock rim is 18", and the tire is 32"
Sidewall is 7"

Seems to work fine off road?


20" rim with 35's
Sidewall is actually greater at 7.5"
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26's


24's


24's
The body lift on the last one looks horrendous.

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How about spinners yo?
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You could always make it look like this?!?!?!?!?!


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to each there own i suppose....
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im a firm believer that anyone that buy's a jeep must sign a waiver that say's they will wheel the jeep, break it, repair it, repeat
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im a firm believer that anyone that buy's a jeep must sign a waiver that say's they will wheel the jeep, break it, repair it, repeat
I concur.
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I concur.
That is what they were made for. Not for pimping out with 30 inch wheels.
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