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Old 06-06-2011, 12:10 PM   #1
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Exclamation will 26 inch rims w/ 305/30/26 fit 2010 Ulmtd w/ no lift

does anyone know if 26 inch rims w/ 305/30/26 tires fit a 2010 Wrangler Ulmtd w/o lift or voiding warranty? let me kno thanks

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Old 06-06-2011, 12:15 PM   #2
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If your wheels have enough back spacing you should be fine, the only measure a little over 33in without load.

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What's wrong with 15s? That thing will do terrible off road with 26" rims
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Let's so no 26" rims. Jeeps look stupid with huge rims.
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Yeah man, your barkin up the wrong tree here. I don't know if you'll find a single person on this forum who would like to see 26 inch rims on a jeep. It just looks terrible. You might want to take a look at the Hummer dealership?
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lol need more comments
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lol need more comments
The first response answered the question--they'll fit so long as you have proper backspacing.

BUT, to be clear, you're looking for this look or this look? I hear those do well on the snowy days in hell . . . .
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The first response answered the question--they'll fit so long as you have proper backspacing.

BUT, to be clear, you're looking for this look or this look?
WHY?!?!?!?!
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A jeep is not ment for street racing its ment for off-roading. I'm going to say go no bigger then a 17inch rim
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A jeep is not ment for street racing its ment for off-roading. I'm going to say go no bigger then a 17inch rim
true, but what if mine came with stock 18"
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Old 06-06-2011, 01:13 PM   #16
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26 inch rims will only work if you add lambo doors.
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Old 06-06-2011, 01:15 PM   #17
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If you dont want to get new wheels then there okay but a smaller wheel gives you more sidewall on your tire which lets you able to let more air out and will give you more tracktion when you need it
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That white jeep looked horrible. I just wanna throw mud at it.
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The mere thought of this alone disgusts me. Go buy an Escalade instead...
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true, but what if mine came with stock 18"
Can't control what the factory does. For a JK for the tire sizes most of JK/JKU owners seem to be running the 17x9 is the ideal tire size..
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I'm partial to 17" and down for wheels myself, but you know what 18" wheels are better than? WAAYY better than? Yup, 26" wheels.
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I still think anything over 15" is bleh, but I guess I'm just old school in that respect :-P
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it will look about 4" less retarded than this-
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Guys, he needs the 26" rims to fit over his massive disc brakes he's upgrading to. The rotors are 22" themselves. He needs the braking power for when he starts drag racing.

I heard you like ground clearance.
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I still think anything over 15" is bleh, but I guess I'm just old school in that respect :-P
Not with the JK/JKU.. Don't want to be running 15's on a JK/JKU.. The smallest factory size rim on the JK razor is a 16in

On the LJ/TJ/XJ/YJ/ZJ until you get to around 40's then you run either 15's or 16's ideally
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Not with the JK/JKU.. Don't want to be running 15's on a JK/JKU..
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Not with the JK/JKU.. Don't want to be running 15's on a JK/JKU.. The smallest factory size rim on the JK razor is a 16in

On the LJ/TJ/XJ/YJ/ZJ until you get to around 40's then you run either 15's or 16's ideally
I'm well aware that 16's are the smallest size factory on JKs
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Not with the JK/JKU.. Don't want to be running 15's on a JK/JKU.
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Yes, but ESP123 has 15" MB72s on his and it looks SUPER BADASS.

He's sad now though--I can feel it through the internet--because he's thinking, "I should've gone with 26s . . . I should've gone with 26s . . ."
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Yes, but ESP123 has 15" MB72s on his and it looks SUPER BADASS.
I agree, those wheels do look sweet on JKs!

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