|06-11-2013 06:30 PM|
Thanks for the info Guys.
your right probably don't need bead locks.
|06-10-2013 02:22 PM|
|CHIEF-IN-DC||I went 35" Toyo MTs on Hutchinson Rock Monster wheels. Both are awesome and it's for my '13 10th Ann Rubicon. Best of luck.|
|06-10-2013 12:36 PM|
xt gave great answers for your wheels but forgot to mention anything about programmers.
look into the aev procal. it has many features to help you with attaining your goal.
|06-10-2013 11:22 AM|
Unless you plan on airing down to 10 or less PSI for some serious rock crawling beadlocks might be more than you need. A lot of beadlock wheels are heavy and will rob you of power and gas mileage.
The most popular sizes for the JK are either a 16" or 17" wheel. Obviously you'll need to get the right bolt pattern for the Jeep. (5x5) You also want to be mindful of the backspacing of the wheel. For a 12.5" wide tire, a backspacing of 4.5" or less should be enough to avoid rubbing at full steering lock.
We offer a full line of Wheels for your Jeep. Do some looking around on our wheels page and let me know what you think. If you have any questions, feel free to ask, I'll be happy to help.
|06-10-2013 12:05 AM|
new rubicon! hooked!
WOW! took my 13 Rubicon thru Benbow jeep trail in Montana. It did awesome, but I want more!
What size diameter wheels fits?
Not looking for looks want to go Cheap.(only in it for fun don't need 20")
I know I need a lift and 4.5 offset.
want 35" duratracs.
going 2.5 terraflex.
What wheels? (want beadlocks) steel or what ever not looking to empress just function.
What is a good programer? ( really only need to get rid of tire pressure code)
Don't need to run fifty with lockers engaged.