|04-12-2013 10:06 AM|
|04-12-2013 07:35 AM|
|Flynn||Not to Hijack : Hey JKBrad, I was stationed at Fort Riley in the 80's. Where/are you there?|
|04-12-2013 07:23 AM|
Very valid question, with a wider rim you can mount a wider tire
|04-12-2013 06:57 AM|
|Jekyll||Thanks guys I appreciate the tips. Do you know if you have to stick with the 17x8 in rims or can you go up to a 17x9. Or is there a reason for having a 9in vs an 8in? I apologize for my ignorance regarding tire sizing so if anyone has a good link for tire sizing for dummies I would appreciate it.|
|04-11-2013 09:52 AM|
|JKBrad||I found a guy selling brand new 2013 Rubicon wheels and tires. Made my base Sport look a lot better. All 5 wheels and tires, with sensors included were cheaper than a set of new wheels and tires from the local Discount Tire.|
|04-11-2013 08:56 AM|
I lurked around here for a few months prior to getting my Wrangler Sport. My mods are in my signature.... I tried to use the search function as much as possible and found it priceless.
|04-11-2013 08:51 AM|
|04-11-2013 08:05 AM|
New Wrangler owner and new wheels
I just purchased my first Jeep Wrangler. I had an old Grand Cherokee that I ran into the ground for 12 years and finally got my dream car. A two door standard drive Wrangler Sport S.
After having it only for a month or so I already have the itch to customize it a little. I am mainly using it to get to places to mountain bike/camp in the mountains or going and driving on the beach so I am not doing any serious off-roading. I do need to navigate some pretty rough stuff in North Georgia but again nothing too crazy. I wanted advice on what wheels and tires to get. I want some black wheels and if I can use the stock tires until they need to be replaced. I am not wed to this idea but it seems like an economical option.
Anyway thanks again for any advice.