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09-29-2013 09:27 AM
Silverback51
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Originally Posted by avscatering View Post
i don't like the stock wheels rims that come with the 2013 4dr saraha
i don't want to lift the jeep either .... does anyone have thoughts or ideas??
I think they are 18" stock wheels so i guess i need to stay 18?
No, you can go to 17's and will be better off. Cheaper tires and larger selection to choose from.
09-29-2013 01:58 AM
avscatering i don't like the stock wheels rims that come with the 2013 4dr saraha
i don't want to lift the jeep either .... does anyone have thoughts or ideas??
I think they are 18" stock wheels so i guess i need to stay 18?
05-02-2012 05:15 PM
InfernoGirl Well, lots of folks sell their stockers, or if you want you can keep them and put them back on when you get rid of the Jeep, and then either reuse or sell you aftermarket.
Look at some of the picture threads and decide what it is you want first, then determine what size you want. Keep in mind how you plan on using the Jeep and what sacrifices you are willing to make to accomodate your desires. First you need to decide what you want as far as tire size and usage. That will determine the need to lift and the wheel particulars you will have to consider.
05-02-2012 03:04 PM
DarkWingDuck
Upgrade the Wheels

So I decided a while ago that i was going to up grade my wheels and tires but i have no idea where to start.

I know the look that i want, but i dont know what to do with my old rims and tires after im done either.

If someone could help me out it would be greatly appreciated

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