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Old 01-25-2016, 09:06 PM
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Price check?

Nito Terra grapplers tires all terrains and 20 inch wheels by XD 5 totalled installed, etc $3200... Good price?

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Old 01-25-2016, 09:12 PM
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Price check on wheel/tire package~

$3200 for Nito Terra Grapplers 5 tires (35), 5 wheels for $3200 out the door, good? or keep shopping? Think these wheels would look nice on my Rubi...

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356 per wheel
407 per tire
$25 each mounting/balancing

$3200 is a good price, however... i'm more concerned with the centercaps as it might hide the bolt pattern. If its 5x5 your good. If its a multi bolt pattern, don't...its really hard to mount the wheel to your spare tire carrier by yourself when needed.
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356 per wheel
407 per tire
$25 each mounting/balancing

$3200 is a good price, however... i'm more concerned with the centercaps as it might hide the bolt pattern. If its 5x5 your good. If its a multi bolt pattern, don't...its really hard to mount the wheel to your spare tire carrier by yourself when needed.
Thanks man but my main concern is basically a clean look on my Rubicon but also a nice stance. I came across others wheels that I'm looking at, gonna post another thread..

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