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Old 01-25-2014, 09:21 PM   #1
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Post PICS your 20" wheel/rims

Let's see'em guys... Show'em off. I'm seriously contemplating upgrading to some. Possibly 22's. What I'm really trying to accomplish is getting a 15.5 width tire. Most tires for my 18" wheels are a max of 13.5" wide

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Old 01-25-2014, 09:33 PM   #3
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The only time 20 inch wheels are ok...
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Old 01-25-2014, 09:42 PM   #4
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Guys come on. The guy wants to see what it looks like, yes I know 20s isn't very popular but that doesn't mean nobody likes it, know I know there are a lot of people that have 20s so come on.
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Guys come on. The guy wants to see what it looks like, yes I know 20s isn't very popular but that doesn't mean nobody likes it, know I know there are a lot of people that have 20s so come on.
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Old 01-25-2014, 09:50 PM   #7
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Guys come on. The guy wants to see what it looks like, yes I know 20s isn't very popular but that doesn't mean nobody likes it, know I know there are a lot of people that have 20s so come on.
And I delivered. 20" wheels look good when you have 44" tires wrapped around them. But if you have low pro mud tires well...
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And I delivered. 20" wheels look good when you have 44" tires wrapped around them. But if you have low pro mud tires well...
Yes those do look sick with 20s and 44s but most people don't use 20s for mud and I will never do 20s but that's just my opinion
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You know if I went in threads and talk crap like the guys who do in these threads , I will more then likely get banned

So let me say 33s on 17s is such a waste and look like crap
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You know if I went in threads and talk crap like the guys who do in these threads , I will more then likely get banned

So let me say 33s on 17s is such a waste and look like crap
Agreed. 33's look much better on 16's or 15's.
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Agreed. 33's look much better on 16's or 15's.
That I agree with
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If you go with a 17"R just go with 35-37" you will get more tire on the ground when you wheel with 10PSI. 33 for 15" or 16" is ok but 35"or 37 would look better.
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I value the width of a tire far greater than the height.... I'm not wheeling, mudding, crawling or any such activities w my new investment.... For now the only crawling for this baby will be at the local mall and dragging my jetski around. I have 18' Cepeks now but they are only 9" wide, I think I need a minimum of an 11" wide rime to accommodate 15.5" wide tires. so it's looking more and more like I will have to upgrade to 20" wheels. I really don't want to go bigger than that.
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Thinking like something like this will do

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Thinking like something like this will do
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Go with the size tire and wheel you personally like, based on your personal driving needs/plans/preference. I have 20's/35's on a 4" lift; don't rock crawl much here in FL and they work fine for me as a DD as well; I do some off-roading, but nothing too crazy (up to this point, primarily hills, single-track wooded trails, sand, etc--nothing hardcore). Personally, I don't think my jeep looks or rides bad, but heck, to each their own perspective.

I think that many folks just don't care for the look of an off-road purposed vehicle looking like a street racer with big rims and little meat on the tires. And I don't personally view 35 or 37's on 20's as a Fast n Furious ride. Again, happy shopping and I'm sure you'll pick some wheels and tires that YOU love--that's what matters. Just my perspective.

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Old 01-26-2014, 04:18 PM   #18
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My wheels are 20X10, most wheels I found in my search were 20X9. Member boilermaker yv has Fuel Hostage 20X12.
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Any info on the wheel/tire combo used in this pic? What dia tire are you looking at that has a 15.5" width?
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Old 01-26-2014, 11:39 PM   #19
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I have some of the guys the go wheeln with me that run 20"R 37s and the do just as good rock crawling. I run 17"R w/37 so I can run my tires at 10PSI in front and 8PSI in the back. But I like more flex in the tire for doing anything off-road helps out in grabbing what ever I am crawling over
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Old 01-27-2014, 12:03 AM   #20
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15.5 you may have to put spacers on it
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Almost bought 20"s today but deal fell through
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Coachfarnen,

Go with the size tire and wheel you personally like, based on your personal driving needs/plans/preference. I have 20's/35's on a 4" lift; don't rock crawl much here in FL and they work fine for me as a DD as well; I do some off-roading, but nothing too crazy (up to this point, primarily hills, single-track wooded trails, sand, etc--nothing hardcore). Personally, I don't think my jeep looks or rides bad, but heck, to each their own perspective.

I think that many folks just don't care for the look of an off-road purposed vehicle looking like a street racer with big rims and little meat on the tires. And I don't personally view 35 or 37's on 20's as a Fast n Furious ride. Again, happy shopping and I'm sure you'll pick some wheels and tires that YOU love--that's what matters. Just my perspective.
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I like your set-up and thanks for your opinion. I just want to fill out the fullness look of the vehicle. On 35's my 12.5 Gererals look on the skinny side to me. Fuel makes a type called "Full Blown" in white and black that have sorta caught my eye. They are made in 20x12 and 20x14 and w 15.5 inch Toyos or Fuel off-roads the Rubicon should really look beefier...
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Wow you really want a super wide look , I have 10" wide wheels and 13.50 tires and they are wide enough
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33/10.5/20
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in my humble opinion, these make mine look plenty wide and fill in everything. I am more than satisfied. But, it's whatever you feel. I looked at 20x12 but settled on 20x9...felt right to me, dude.
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Jaker JK That is a clean looking JK. I like the 5th WH Baja swing arm.
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20"s are AAA-OK with me!

I'm willing to go smaller if you're paying- NOT!
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Ghost1972 - That's a great looking setup. Not bad at all!
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