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Could anybody tell me the weight of the stock tires an wheels on a 2013 wrangler sport 2 door? Kinda curious wanting to see how much weight ill be adding with new wheels/tires when I have the money
 

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It depends on which you have. A stock sport comes with either 225/75/16 Wrangler ST tires or 255/75/17 Wrangler SRA tires. The first are 29.1" and are 29lbs each. The steel 16" wheels weight around 25 lbs each. The second are 32.1" and are 36lbs each. The 17" alloy wheels are 27lbs.
 

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^^^ Exactly. Stock 17" wheel with Goodyear tire was 62 lbs. on my scales, and my 15" MBs with 33x12.50 Goodyears are 69 lbs. Not a big jump at all which is why I love this combo.

On my '11 I went with 16" MBs and the tires were HEAVY. Ended up around 85 lbs. and it destroyed my mileage and power.
 

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Ok I have the 29's on mine so around 54lbs for that an I'm gettin the 33x12.50x50 DuraTracs an 15x8 mb tkos so I shouldn't see that large of an increase
 

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You're going to add about 15 lbs. per corner. Your MPGs will be down for sure..but not horribly so. It'll still drive great. Different.. but great.
 

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Yea I figured I'd go from around the 21-23 I get now to around 18ish so I'm not to terribly worried bout that. I can live with that no problem
 

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Just wait until the next mod bug bites though...
 

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I know haha it'll get worse but hey its a jeep I'm not complaining bout gas mileage I already knew it would drop as I go
 
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