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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 10-26-2008, 08:42 PM Thread Starter
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OK XK family, I am finally done all the research I needed to do as far as mods, but I need your expert help with one more mod, I plan on getting the these wheels black,18x9 http://www.motometalcustomalloys.com/styles.html, top row last column, (DO I NEED ANY SPECIAL OFFEST?), I will also have spacers and a 2' BDS lift. The main question I have is, I plan on getting these Nitto Terra Grapplers seen here, https://www.jeepcommander.com/forums/...ighlight=nitto , what is the biggest tire I can get with the lift, spacer, and 18in wheel, here are the sizes for the tires, http://www.nittotire.com/#index%2Eti...appler%2Esizes that will give me the "same" look here https://www.jeepcommander.com/forums/...ighlight=nitto, thanks in advance
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LumberJim summed it up when he said stay under 32" total height. Your rim will be taller so you will need a tire rim combo that is less than 32" tall.



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A 2' lift?? That would be awesome! =)

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With a 2' lift, you wouldnt have to worry about tire height!!

Spacers were designed so you would not have to worry about offset.
So the offset would depend on the spacers or spacers on offset.

Someone else described offset here before, but do not know where.
So if the offset is right you wont need spacers.
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With a 2' lift, you wouldnt have to worry about tire height!!
You think so... Try putting 33" tires on a 2" lift, They will not fit!



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Explanation time again..... ' vs "

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allstatebear - I will also have spacers and a 2' BDS lift.
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PolarBZ - A 2' lift?? That would be awesome! =)
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You think so... Try putting 33" tires on a 2" lift, They will not fit!
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The main question I have is, what is the biggest tire I can get with the lift, spacer, and 18in wheel?
Anything you want UNDER 32"



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