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Old 08-03-2011, 03:02 PM
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Trying to decide which way to go...

To start off "I am very Cheap"
When I bought my Sahara, it came with 18s, so I bought 18s. I was originally looking at Duratracs 33s, but I know I want 35s.

I am thinking about going with Duratrac 325/65/18.

I also can get a good deal on set of used Procomps 17s with Xtreme M/Ts

It is not my DD my Harley is my DD, so not worried about re-gearing right away. I do enjoy it off-road (about once a month). My plan on upgrades other than my 2.5BB is "when something breaks, UP GRADE"
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So, are you saying you bought aftermarket 18" wheels? I'm confused somewhat by what it is you are asking I guess. You'll need spacers or new wheels to fit a 325 on a JK. If you are buying new wheels anyway, get 17's so that tires are more abundant and less expensive.

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I am CHEAP and horrible writer...

I have stock 18s, I already have 1.5 spacers and 2.5 bb. I would prefer not to buy new wheels

Would it be better for New Duratracs 325s on stock sahara wheels or buy the set of used Procomps 17s with xtreme M/Ts



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I am CHEAP and horrible writer...

I have stock 18s, I already have 1.5 spacers and 2.5 bb. I would prefer not to buy new wheels

Would it be better for New Duratracs 325s on stock sahara wheels or buy the set of used Procomps 17s with xtreme M/Ts

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Just go with the Dura's on the stockers if your "on a serious budget" lol AKA cheap
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