Anyone know what the price is on the 32 inch wheel and tire package on the 2014 Sport S?
$3300!!:rofl: You can get 35's for less than $2K, probably closer to $1500 if you go aftermarket, Discount Tire Direct.I searched in there, but it doesn't say, my dealer told me it was 3300.00, which I thought was pretty expensive, Daniels right, im better off just getting aftermarket.
$3,300, huh? Sounds to me like the perfect amount of money for you to use for 35"s and 4.56 gears With enough left over money to get a decent haircut as well.$3300!!:rofl: You can get 35's for less than $2K, probably closer to $1500 if you go aftermarket, Discount Tire Direct.
All JK's have a D44 rear.and the dealer invoice for the sport is 22823 and 24959 for the sport s. you get alot more then tires and wheels for that money including the dana 44 rear,
Well this is strange, I thought the sport s comes with 31's and in the 2014 wrangler info thread it states New 32 inch optional tire & black wheel on Sport.
You have Sport S wheels in your avy.....you didn't know that that were 32"'s?
Sport = 16" rim and 29" tire
Sport S/Moab/Rubi = 17" rim and 32" tire
Sahara = 18" rim and 32" tire
The new package being discussed are the old Rubi wheels (in black) and Rubi tires on the Sport. Basically, the wheels that were on the Arctic.
Of course the cheap/confusing part is that the prior the 2012,the Rubi and Sport S used the same 5 spoke rim (called the Moab....but not the Moab edition Jeep).....they just had different tires. So basically, the new package is just Sport S wheels in black with Rubi tires.
That is a stock photo Jeep uses on the dealer websites until the dealer takes pictures of the actual Jeep.I notice that when dealers are showing 2014 rubicons on thier websites they have rims that look like rugged ridge rims. I wonder if they have different style rims now.
Are you saying this option is 600? or your just estimating?I think the wheels are the '13 and newer design rubicon wheels in black, do a search for 2013 Moab editions, I'm thinking that will be the wheel and the tires will be the rubicon KMs.
My opinion is the upgrade cost will be in the $600 range. At $3300 you can do all sorts of awesome wheels/tires and I'm pretty sure the guys coming up with these packages know that.