Having a 10 Rubi with stock tires and wheels I'm real satisfied with that set-up. I agree with Inferno. If you're going to do it get the tires, wheels and lift otherwise it's real capable the way it is. There are many different tires you can get to replace the muds that will fit the stock wheels if you're not satisfied with them, but I don't have complaints with them in wet weather or snow. Some do. Why don't you wait a bit to see how you're going to use it most before you scrap the muds.