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Old 09-18-2017, 03:24 PM
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33s on 20in wheels

hello everybody
anybody got pic of 33s on 20in wheels with stock suspension? me and the wife cant decide i want 20s she wants 18s

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No pictures from me but + 1 for 18's or smaller. Wife knows best.
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33s on 20in wheels

I'm not really meeting any of your criteria here but here's a pic of mine with 35's on 20x10's with a 4" lift.


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I'm not really meeting any of your criteria here but here's a pic of mine with 35's on 20x10's with a 4" lift.


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You can go with your girl friends recommendations and be a hero or 20s and be...........

You have a Jeep, not a Toyota Corolla.
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love your jeep, one of the best looking on the forums,
those are the wheels we are looking at. Are those the fuel d538?
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Love your Jeep, one of the best looking on the forums,

those are the wheels we are looking at. Are those the fuel d538?
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those are the wheels we are looking at. Are those the fuel d538?


Yes. Fuel Maverick D538 20x10. I'm putting Fuel Hostage D531 on my wife's Jeep.


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I guess I don't understand the hostility towards the different styles of Jeeps people create. That's the greatest thing about Jeeps. They are the most customizable vehicles on the planet. It's one of the best vehicles that you can sink your money into and be as creative as you want. Not everyone buys a Jeep to hit the trails. Some buy them because they can make an expression of who they are. You may not like their expression but you should still respect the work that was put into it. I love my Jeep because I love to build things. The Jeep is a blast to work on and the availability of parts and accessories is endless. I will never pay a shop to customize my Jeep. I will proudly be able to say I completed all the work with my own two hands. My Jeep is an everyday driver so I want something that looks cool but is also capable of doing some off-road driving. Personally, I will probably never do rock crawling so I don't need a huge sidewall. Anyway...express yourself. Respect! ✌️


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I guess I don't understand the hostility towards the different styles of Jeeps people create. That's the greatest thing about Jeeps. They are the most customizable vehicles on the planet. It's one of the best vehicles that you can sink your money into and be as creative as you want. Not everyone buys a Jeep to hit the trails. Some buy them because they can make an expression of who they are. You may not like their expression but you should still respect the work that was put into it. I love my Jeep because I love to build things. The Jeep is a blast to work on and the availability of parts and accessories is endless. I will never pay a shop to customize my Jeep. I will proudly be able to say I completed all the work with my own two hands. My Jeep is an everyday driver so I want something that looks cool but is also capable of doing some off-road driving. Personally, I will probably never do rock crawling so I don't need a huge sidewall. Anyway...express yourself. Respect! ✌️


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Same here! i prolly will never take it off the pavement so don't need a lot of sidewall.
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When I first purchased my jeep it had 20" wheels on 33" Toyo M/T tires. Honestly it made for a pretty harsh ride. I never planned on keeping it that way, so when I changed to 35x17" it was night and day different. Here's a pic for ya! I've also included a pic of it's more current state.
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[QUOTE=JLJK;31406801]I guess I don't understand the hostility towards the different styles of Jeeps people create. That's the greatest thing about Jeeps. They are the most customizable vehicles on the planet. It's one of the best vehicles that you can sink your money into and be as creative as you want. Not everyone buys a Jeep to hit the trails. Some buy them because they can make an expression of who they are. You may not like their expression but you should still respect the work that was put into it. I love my Jeep because I love to build things. The Jeep is a blast to work on and the availability of parts and accessories is endless. I will never pay a shop to customize my Jeep. I will proudly be able to say I completed all the work with my own two hands. My Jeep is an everyday driver so I want something that looks cool but is also capable of doing some off-road driving. Personally, I will probably never do rock crawling so I don't need a huge sidewall. Anyway...express yourself. Respect! ✌️

I agree, dude don't worry, they are all jealous
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Old 11-14-2017, 12:27 PM   #20
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Im actually leaning towards the same set up but with teraflex leveling kit

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