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  1. AverageJK
    I think the rims were about $130 each, tires were about $250 each, lift was $1700, shocks were about $350. Probably $200 in other misc parts like bolt upgrade, bump stops etc.
  2. Jamo3030
    12-12-2013 03:59 PM
    That awesome. If you don't mind, what did the lift, wheels, and tires run you? I want to figure out what I'm in for.
  3. AverageJK
    They are 16" ProComp 7069 rims in flat black and 315/75/16 Goodyear Duratrac tires. I have a 2.5" Rock Krawler lift so I could fit that size tire. I didnt lose that much MPG, its still about 17-18. It drives great, the lift kit I went with was complete, so there is nothing to upgrade down the road. I can drive 75 mph on the highway and hold the wheel with 1 finger, no wandering, no bump steer.
  4. Jamo3030
    12-03-2013 07:13 AM
    I have a stock Moab and I'm new to all this. I like the wheels/tires you've added. Can you tell me details on what they are, any other things that had to be adjusted, how it drives, if you're burning a lot more gas etc?

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