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04-18-2014 12:13 PM
THPerez1972
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Originally Posted by randco View Post
Is the tire pressure monitor system in the wheel required by law?
I could be wrong but I believe that companies have to install them on new cars but the customers don't have to keep them maintained, kinda like the tags on a mattress. I looked at the government's website and found a lot of "here's why you should use it" stuff. If it were a federal requirement, I don't think they would be so nice about it. Your local laws might say something different.

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Originally Posted by randco View Post
If it isn't, how do I bypass the system so I don't get a warning light?
I've heard a number of people talk about ProCal. I read up on it and it does a good bit of stuff. If you get a different size tire you can fix the speedometer. When I got larger tires, I didn't get them with the sensors installed. The warning light would go off whenever I started my Jeep. Actually, it would go off with the stock wheels even though they were properly inflated. The light didn't bother me enough to pay $160 to turn it off. Now I just pretend the little tire symbol only comes on when I'm overdue in taking my Jeep to the trails.
04-18-2014 11:46 AM
randco
Another rim question

Is the tire pressure monitor system in the wheel required by law?

If it isn't, how do I bypass the system so I don't get a warning light?
04-18-2014 11:42 AM
THPerez1972
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Originally Posted by randco View Post
Thank you, I appreciate your comments. However, the rims are polished aluminum and not chrome.
But it has a similar look. I'm not a fan of shiny silver stuff. I'm a fan of subdued stuff. To me, shiny looks showy and subdued looks functional. I'm sure it has something to do with my military background. But as you know, it's your Jeep so it's whatever you like. But you just seemed desperate to hear the opinions of others and nobody else had stepped up yet so I wanted to help you out with your request.
04-18-2014 11:08 AM
randco
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Originally Posted by Hillcrester View Post
That wheel looks nice. I prefer black, though. Are you going to get those?
Yes, I think I am going to purchase them and mount a 28/75-16 tire on them.

Thanks for your thoughts
04-18-2014 11:07 AM
randco
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Originally Posted by gecko4 View Post
Picking the colour/style of the rim is pretty subjective, so I won't comment of that. As far as the sizing goes, I think that rim your looking at is perfect. 16", so the tire options are cheaper, buy about 50 bucks each over 17s. The backspacing vs rim width, in my opinion, is ideal. My tires currently stick out a bit past the fender. Something I personally don't like the look of, and it sprays the side of my jeep with mud. I'm shopping for a black rim, the identical size your looking at, so the edge of the tire tread is flush with the outside of the fender. If you like the look of the tires sticking out past the fender, you'll have to go with a wider rim, or one with a less backspacing.
Yes, I agree that color/style is subjective. I am planning to run 285/75-16's on the rims.

Thanks for your opinion.
04-18-2014 11:02 AM
randco
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Originally Posted by THPerez1972 View Post
My opinion is that the stock aluminum rims are nicer than the rims in the link but the rims in the link are better that the stock steel rims. But that's just my opinion because I'm not a fan of chrome.
Thank you, I appreciate your comments. However, the rims are polished aluminum and not chrome.
04-17-2014 07:31 PM
Hillcrester
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Originally Posted by randco View Post
Are there no opinions for my post #1039?
That wheel looks nice. I prefer black, though. Are you going to get those?
04-17-2014 07:30 PM
gecko4
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Originally Posted by randco View Post
Are there no opinions for my post #1039?
Picking the colour/style of the rim is pretty subjective, so I won't comment of that. As far as the sizing goes, I think that rim your looking at is perfect. 16", so the tire options are cheaper, buy about 50 bucks each over 17s. The backspacing vs rim width, in my opinion, is ideal. My tires currently stick out a bit past the fender. Something I personally don't like the look of, and it sprays the side of my jeep with mud. I'm shopping for a black rim, the identical size your looking at, so the edge of the tire tread is flush with the outside of the fender. If you like the look of the tires sticking out past the fender, you'll have to go with a wider rim, or one with a less backspacing.
04-17-2014 07:29 PM
THPerez1972
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Originally Posted by randco View Post
I have been doing a lot of reading since we got our new to us 2007 Wrangler X. We love it... I have asked a few questions on this site and you have replied with the answers. I need an opinion.

I want to change wheels and eventually tires. I would like to get the wheels shown on http://www.summitracing.com/parts/ar...FY3m7Aod4RwA3w

Not going to rock climb or do any heavy duty 4 wheeling, but I would like something a little nicer looking than the stock rim.

Your opinions please.
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Originally Posted by randco View Post
Are there no opinions for my post #1039?
My opinion is that the stock aluminum rims are nicer than the rims in the link but the rims in the link are better that the stock steel rims. But that's just my opinion because I'm not a fan of chrome.
04-17-2014 06:41 PM
randco Are there no opinions for my post #1039?
04-16-2014 08:05 AM
lee indy but then your post count doesnt go up
04-16-2014 07:14 AM
THPerez1972
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04-16-2014 01:15 AM
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04-11-2014 09:39 PM
Hillcrester After reading reviews, I'm going with the Duratracs instead. Probably the LT285/75R16 on 16x8 American Outlaw Patrol.
04-11-2014 04:39 PM
Hillcrester Hi, I'm hoping to purchase a 2014 Wrangler Sport and read that "one of the most common wheel/tire combos on this site is the 15x8 MB 72 wheel with 33x12.5x15 Duratrac tires". So I wondered if these rims and tires would work:
33x12.50R-15LT Grabbers and MT Classic III 15x8 with 3.625 backspacing. I'm sure it seems like a 'stupid' question to some but I've been out of the loop on wheels and tires and any advice would be much appreciated. Thanks.
04-11-2014 11:37 AM
amahowald
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Originally Posted by tinka View Post
Okay, so your wheels are 10" in width?
yeah there stock straight from the factory
04-11-2014 11:17 AM
BagerX2 Is the backspace on the wheel correct and will I have any issue with this combo on the jeep or on the stock carrier?

http://www.discounttiredirect.com/di...r=2&wd=17&rw=9

LT255/80 R17 Cooper Discoverer S/T Maxx Tire Item-90000019974
04-10-2014 06:51 PM
randco
I appreciate all the help

I have been doing a lot of reading since we got our new to us 2007 Wrangler X. We love it... I have asked a few questions on this site and you have replied with the answers. I need an opinion.

I want to change wheels and eventually tires. I would like to get the wheels shown on http://www.summitracing.com/parts/ar...FY3m7Aod4RwA3w

Not going to rock climb or do any heavy duty 4 wheeling, but I would like something a little nicer looking than the stock rim.

Your opinions please.
04-07-2014 01:49 PM
SFNMutt
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Originally Posted by jadmt View Post
I think on the RubiX you are going to be fine with the 4.75" backspacing and the 34's especially for just ddd and light trail use. You wont have an issue with the rails as the back wheel actually moves away from the rail on flex.
good to know, thanks. they are getting mounted right now. anxious as hell for them to get done.
04-07-2014 12:21 PM
jadmt like indylee said just put a couple washers in the steering stops or add Spidertrax wheel spacers. that is what I did and have no issues at all.
04-07-2014 12:20 PM
lee indy Steering Bolt Mod For Jeep Wrangler JK | Morris 4×4 Center Blog
04-07-2014 12:13 PM
new2SWA
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Originally Posted by jadmt View Post
trust me you want to go with at least 285's or you will regret it. The fix is so easy that even a caveman could do it. I would bet the biggest upgrade regret people make is failing to get one size larger then they got on tires.
Ok, so what is the fix I have to do?
04-07-2014 12:08 PM
lee indy ^^ what he said. or stock size
04-07-2014 12:05 PM
jadmt
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Originally Posted by new2SWA View Post
Ok, thanks. Sounds like I will not be going with 285/70-17...
So whats the biggest I can go with out rubbing any time. No spacers.
Just put on, and play with no rubbing nothing?
trust me you want to go with at least 285's or you will regret it. The fix is so easy that even a caveman could do it. I would bet the biggest upgrade regret people make is failing to get one size larger then they got on tires.
04-07-2014 11:59 AM
new2SWA
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Originally Posted by jadmt View Post
I originally had 285/70-17's put on and at full turn you will rub the front sway bar. Is it enough to hurt anything? no but it will wear the paint off .
Ok, thanks. Sounds like I will not be going with 285/70-17...
So whats the biggest I can go with out rubbing any time. No spacers.
Just put on, and play with no rubbing nothing?
04-07-2014 11:55 AM
lee indy
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Originally Posted by new2SWA View Post
If and when would it rub? And ya, I don't want to mess with that.
at full lock. but the maybe is a very big maybe
04-07-2014 11:53 AM
jadmt
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Originally Posted by new2SWA View Post
OK, so if I go with 285/70-17 with my stock rims, and the leveling kit.
Will I have any rubbing, with turning or anything like that? And I don't want spacers.
I originally had 285/70-17's put on and at full turn you will rub the front sway bar. Is it enough to hurt anything? no but it will wear the paint off .
04-07-2014 11:49 AM
new2SWA If and when would it rub? And ya, I don't want to mess with that.
04-07-2014 11:43 AM
lee indy maybe just a weeeeee bit. but that can be fixed by adjusting stearing stops.
04-07-2014 11:41 AM
new2SWA OK, so if I go with 285/70-17 with my stock rims, and the leveling kit.
Will I have any rubbing, with turning or anything like that? And I don't want spacers.
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