I think this is really ugly and not the way jeeps should be used. Its mad to use off-road not put 20" i dont know what this person was thinking.
have you guys seen where people have started installing lift kits onto their cars so that they can cram on bigger rims? it is ridiculous. toyota also does a texas edition for their tacoma that comes with 20's.next you will see them lowered onto those 22"s i cant wait till they make bigger rims, should be good for laughs. can u imagine 31" of chrome with some 33" low profiles?
Does any one remember the 'Texas edition' dodge pickups? they had 20's on them. guess that is the texas edition jeep. sad though. next up....neon uncarriage lights, and 12's in the back, oh and lets not forget the fart can and "powered by daimlerchrysler' stickers
had a buddy with 16.5" on his 72 ford f250, ever one has quit making tires now except for some specitaly tire shops.15's and 17's are so much easier to find replacements for. The size where you run into dead ends are the 16's.
yes... very popular down here in the south.... what they commonly do though to keep the center of gravity low though is open up the wheel well. looks really funky. seen it done on vintage all the way to hondas sometimes i wish shops would say "Look sir, I will not deface that Impalla SS like that!" but its hard to turn down moneyhave you guys seen where people have started installing lift kits onto their cars so that they can cram on bigger rims?