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Beadlock size opinion

I am in between on 17s or 20s for my jku going with a TSL/SX 43s. I do know everyone is running 43s on 17s, is there much of a different on a 20" rim?
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I think rex looks good with 20's/43's. https://www.jkowners.com/forum/showthread.php?t=53253
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I heard all the cool kids were running 20's on bigger tires!


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43s on 20s fo sho


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I am rolling on 20's and 42s and it is sick if I could post pics I would but im not bothering setting up a hosting account im lazy!

2012 JKU, shaved 14/SD60hp locked/spooled, 4 link Front 3 link rear, ORis all around, D3 all over, 42" SX2 tires, 20" Trail ready HD double beadlocks, PSC Full hydro
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I like my 20's with 42's. Here are a couple pictures. I think at some point I'm going to have the wheels powdered black but besides that I wouldn't change much. Also might put krawlers on it if they ever make blue 42's again.




09 Rubicon Unlimited on 42's with some stuff


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Im running 20s now, just wanted everyones thoughts on them.
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Im running 20s now, just wanted everyones thoughts on them.
rear leaf springs and military tires? That cant be the softest ride...


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It actually rides good down the interstate, The leafs makes it pretty stable, but the 46s are just to big for what I want to do with it. I will probably drop down to 43s TSL/SX on 17s racelines.
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I dig 20s with big tires.

Holy crap man, what axles are you running that don't explode at the site of those tires and wheels?!?! That's over 200lbs in wheel and tire. Pretty sick looking though.
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More pics of this fuckin thing is needed immediately
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D60 kingpin Chromoly front and rear. I like to run RCVs soon.


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I dig 20s with big tires.

Holy crap man, what axles are you running that don't explode at the site of those tires and wheels?!?! That's over 200lbs in wheel and tire. Pretty sick looking though.
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