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Old 10-10-2017, 09:09 AM
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Question 22 inch Hostels on with Nitto 35s??

I know this is probably been asked several times, but I have a chance to buy a set of 22x10 -25mm Hostel wheels with 35 x 12.50 Nitto Ridge Grapplers at a great price and need to make a quick decision. Installing an AEV Dual Sport 2.5 inch lift. Will this all work well and ride well?

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NO NO NO. 22" rims on jeeps is just stupid. It will ride and look like it belongs in a circus. The lift is good the tires are good just not in 22". go with some nice 17 or 18 rims

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Thanks for the quick response. Stock rims are 17s on Rubicon, I was thinking no bigger than 20"
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Thanks for the quick response. Stock rims are 17s on Rubicon, I was thinking no bigger than 20"
i was going to go with 20x10 sprockets and about 200+ said to go with 18s, listened, best decision ever!
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22 inch Hostels on with Nitto 35s??

I went from factory 18" wheel to aftermarket 17" wheel. I throw up in my mouth a couple times a day when I see some of the jeeps around here with 20"+ wheels.....I don't even wave


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I went from factory 18" wheel to aftermarket 17" wheel. I throw up in my mouth a couple times a day when I see some of the jeeps around here with 20"+ wheels.....I don't even wave


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What I think it comes down to is proportional sidewall to overall rim size. While I agree with the forum (and appreciate the advice) that 22's are too big for a 35 inch tire I would also argue that 44's look equally ridicules on a 15 inch rim. 22's would probably look great for a more extreme lifted build and 44's. My personal preference tends to agree with Koslowsky that the 18's on a 35's has a good proportional look.
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