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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old 04-02-2009, 03:43 PM Thread Starter
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Pics of my '06 Black Commander on 22" wheels







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That looks good. I'm digging the color mix of the rims.
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Im not really fond of big wheels, but I got to say that looks nice. All you need now is the Mopar lowering kit!




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Very nice looking XK. You want want to consider having this moved to the garage section as "06Commander22sHID's Garage"





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Definitely different. I can't help but think though it must ride really really rough with that little of tire. I just went stock to 265/70s and my ride improved!
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The XK looks great all dressed up. Very cool.
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Nice setup...very clean. I'd recommend getting a black shorty antenna tho to replace the skyscraper...
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Good thing you have chrome door handles and chrome wheels, or you would never find it at night.

Very nice and shiny. Not my cup of tea on the tires but looks very nice.
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Great looking XK. Those wheels look NICE
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Nice lookin jeep. Yea i did sorta the same thing. I put on the black 20s, tinted my windows, took the roof rack off and sold it and debaged all the chrome emblems (since this pic was taken). Im looking to lower it about an inch.
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