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Old 06-03-2011, 02:45 AM
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Who's got 22" wheels with 33's

I just got an 08 unlimited and I wanna do black slides with toyos just wonderin what the finished product will look like

Post pics if you got em of any wheel or tire style just wanna see how the distribution is

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Lol I'm scared it's gonna be pretty disporportional but, it seems like everyone has 20's nowadays and I guess I'm just the kinda guy who needs to stand out. I eventually plan on workin up to 37's but don't have the funds to lift it that high and buy those tire on hand at the moment. Ive seen pics of 20's with 33's and it looks good IMO though I would rather not buy wheels twice. Frankly I'm terrified with 22's it will look like a bad editorial in dub magazine lmao. Just wanna see something to reinforce my strategy either way I'm sure this will ensue to be an epic thread
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So were not gonna have to discuss lowering kits here cause thats where I thought this was going based on your first post.. You had me worried for a second.. The only TOYO tire ever even mentioned on this site is the Open Country MT. Not alot of people are running 20's in here in fact even 18's due to the cost of tires for that rim is frowned upon if it's not a stock sahara rim.. 20's with 37's although will be fine for airing down to a point I expect to be OK.. unless your going to 40's look at 17's and make sure you get the right bs to go with em IMO. a aftermarket 17x9 with 33's-37's is very popular, works very well, and all because it gives u ample sidewall protection when airing down.
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Thanks for the info ........ Im honestly not gonna be hittin the dirt very much except for maybe scoutin a duck lease or an occasional backroad after a rain. I get plenty of off-road at work everyday lol (coalminer). I actually had an 05 wrangler as my first vehicle but picked up rodeo as a hobby an moved to a dually. Due to work I no longer have time to rope so I decided to jump back to a jeep. I really enjoyed the old one and I believe this 4dr model will be even more fulfilling. Sorry for the spill lol I guess that belongs in the new member thread.

Back to topic - I will mostly be driving on highway so I really wanna turn heads which is what has motivated the fancy wheel fantasy. I mean come on, there's nothing as cool as a jeep with the top down cruising around the lake. Im more than excited to see some pics of some clean jeeps
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With a 22" rim you should be running @40"-44" tires to maintain the proper sidewall height. Also the jeep will ride harder due to the bigger rims with less sidewall size, brake worse, etc etc..

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The tries would cost more than my jeep.

I would say 18 at most IMHO. Thats still a big rim. But like stated do what you like and have fun!
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Thanks for the info ........ Im honestly not gonna be hittin the dirt very much except for maybe scoutin a duck lease or an occasional backroad after a rain. I get plenty of off-road at work everyday lol (coalminer). I actually had an 05 wrangler as my first vehicle but picked up rodeo as a hobby an moved to a dually. Due to work I no longer have time to rope so I decided to jump back to a jeep. I really enjoyed the old one and I believe this 4dr model will be even more fulfilling. Sorry for the spill lol I guess that belongs in the new member thread.

Back to topic - I will mostly be driving on highway so I really wanna turn heads which is what has motivated the fancy wheel fantasy. I mean come on, there's nothing as cool as a jeep with the top down cruising around the lake. Im more than excited to see some pics of some clean jeeps
Trust me you will turn more heads with bigger tires than you will rims go with a all terrain tire you can get a spacer lift for $300 and run up to 35s on a jk trust me 35s look bad *** on a jk then maybe run 17" rims from like moto metal or dick cepek.
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Whoa!!!!!!!!! I was under the impression I had to put at least a 3in to tuck 35's if all I need is coil spacers then I will definately bypass the 33's thanks for the input
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Whoa!!!!!!!!! I was under the impression I had to put at least a 3in to tuck 35's if all I need is coil spacers then I will definately bypass the 33's thanks for the input
No problem good luck in your decision
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Old 06-03-2011, 08:01 AM
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Lol I have terrible luck! A pic from someone would make me alot more comfortable lol
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Not mine !!!!!!!
Well mines the tj
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Not mine !!!!!!!
Well mines the tj
Those are probably 20s. there rockstar rims on nitto dune grappler tires if your interested
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You will get as many, if not more, turned heads on 17 or 18s and 35s. Plus, your weight penalty will probably not be nearly as bad, which means slightly better MPG.

As a bonus, there are more choices for tires, and the ride will be much, much, nicer for you (since it will be mostly highway).

The vast majority of head turning will be from fellow Jeepers or off-roaders, anyway. Who cares what anyone thinks, really, but there are practical considerations for your decision, too.

There is a direct relationship between the size of the wheel, the expense of the tire, and the drop in ride quality. Big wheels=expensive tires and crappy highway ride.

I ran 19s with a low sidewall on a lowered VW for a while. It looked great when it was parked. Rode like a skateboard on the highway. I switched to 17s and a higher sidewall and the ride was great.

Good luck with your decision!
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Well I just saw it and toke the pic
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I do like it ........ I'm plannin on hangin mine a little further out though and I also looked at some kuhmo directional mudders. Has anyone had any luck with them?

I bet you never seen an OP derail a thread so much lmao
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I wouldent recommend directional espetually when its going to spend more time on the street. I would like to recommend the toyo open country mud terrain, mickey thompson atz, and pro comp xrt tires because of ride, off road ability, and the rim sizes.
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For a DD/WW, Cooper STT FTW... But there are quite a few MT's that do quite well for road use now a days.. Hard to end up with a bad MT.. They are all pretty good to great for various offroad conditions and on road politeness now a days..
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I just got an 08 unlimited and I wanna do black slides with toyos just wonderin what the finished product will look like

Post pics if you got em of any wheel or tire style just wanna see how the distribution is

Thanks in advance
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we said we wouldnt bring up lowering kits. but 22's really this isnt a game called "off-road adventures. DUB edition"
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These are 20's...... (sigh) I told the salesman he'd have to keep 'em if we bought it. I want it so bad I can't stand it, but the $$$ just isn't there....
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Side wall should b twice the rim size. 15" rim on 30" tire. For your 22" rim you should b running 44"s or get a smaller rim
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These are 20's...... (sigh) I told the salesman he'd have to keep 'em if we bought it. I want it so bad I can't stand it, but the $$$ just isn't there....
That's a great color , and half doors . It's nice . You need to sell more seat covers lol
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