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Thread: Running 33x12.50R20 with 20x12 deep lip wheels on stock JKU

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    Quote Originally Posted by zimm View Post
    Not to be a complete ass, but most members on this forum are off-roaders. Many are hard core off-roaders. You're not going to get any love for a street build.

    Either way- those will be too wide.
    Agreed. This is not the forum you are looking for if you're doing a street-build. With wheels like that, you're not going to get much love here. Check the new slices on my Coops. IMG_9837.jpg with wheels like you described, my jeep would look like this:IMG_9836.jpg


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    Quote Originally Posted by Benito View Post
    *many think they're hardcore off-roaders. my self included, I don't think I wheel as hard as I think I do.
    Well said! but, you sure gave it hell last time we wheeled together... I think you wheel harder than you think you wheel thus you must already wheel as hard as, if not harder than you think you do...
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    Here is a picture of the fuel mavericks with 35x12.50x18 this off set is -12 it has a lip of 4.25 inches. I bought these rims but It looks like a street or mall crawler. I would not 20" rims on 33" tires I have more pictures of a 33 x 20 I'll see if I can find it IMG_4434.JPGIMG_4425.JPG


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    Quote Originally Posted by MSJKU11 View Post
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    These here are 33s wrapped on 20s for reference

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    Quote Originally Posted by DWiggles View Post




    Well said! but, you sure gave it hell last time we wheeled together... I think you wheel harder than you think you wheel thus you must already wheel as hard as, if not harder than you think you do...
    I think I'll take that as a compliment!

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    Not only will it look like shit, but i don't see how the bead will even stay seated when your wheel is nearly the same width as your tire

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    I say if your staying on the street go for it. It's your jeep. You won't have any rubbing except for maybe the front airdam. I ran 33s with 4.75 bs stock and they only barely got into the fenders at full stuff. On the street it wasn't a problem at all.


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    This sounds like a bad tooth-to-gum ratio.

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