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wheels/tires 37"

I plan on going to a 37" tire soon, 35" almost done. i would like to see 37" tires with a 20" and 22" wheel combo. I currently run 17" 35" combo but would like to see other wheel combos! Please post and chive on!


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post #2 of 18 Old 04-01-2015, 05:14 AM
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Do you offroad at all? 20 or 22 inch rims with 37s are not a great idea for offroad - 17s are much better.

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If you go that route, you and queen should switch names.
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Dueces on a jeep.... That'll never see dirt again. Now you have me curious to see the price on those bad boys. Waiting for pics and comments
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I think anything less than a 42"+ tire with a 20" wheel is worthless if you ever actually plan to wheel it.
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Make sure you air down!
That shit be bangin'!

I think this thing is finally coming together. Still Needed: drive shafts, frame mount rails...then done son! For a while...
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I think anything less than a 42"+ tire with a 20" wheel is worthless if you ever actually plan to wheel it.
A 37" tire on a 17" wheel has the same sidewall height as a 40" tire on a 20" wheel.


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A 37" tire on a 17" wheel has the same sidewall height as a 40" tire on a 20" wheel.
It'll be interesting to see if anyone disputes that.

Regardless - are there any good 20 or 22" rims for Jeeps? The OP might try the interactive tire tool on discount tire direct to see what that size rim looks like on a JK. BTW, the ones in the picture above look more like 26" rims.

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That shit be bangin'!
And I'm quite sure you have seen something just like that pic in Houston.
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It'll be interesting to see if anyone disputes that.

Regardless - are there any good 20 or 22" rims for Jeeps? The OP might try the interactive tire tool on discount tire direct to see what that size rim looks like on a JK. BTW, the ones in the picture above look more like 26" rims.
Trailready and Spyderlock both make 20's, as well as ATX I believe.

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Trailready and Spyderlock both make 20's, as well as ATX I believe.
And Walker Evans. But lets be serious here, I doubt the OP is looking for a beadlock...


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And I'm quite sure you have seen something just like that pic in Houston.

I have. A white one. Never seen it stopped or up close. Wheels may be bigger than 20's. I'll need to snap a pic. It's somewhere around me.



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I have. A white one. Never seen it stopped or up close. Wheels may be bigger than 20's. I'll need to snap a pic. It's somewhere around me.
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Is it this one?



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ha!!! Is that a "nail consultant"? I've seen a black JKU downtown Houston that is riding on what looked like 26's. Thing had more additions to it than a Kardashian.
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What size are those Benny
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