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Hey guys I am a newbie here and thought I would share my Commander with you all. I've done lots of mods so far, all of which were to enhance the look of the truck. Here is my Mod list so far:

Wheels :
Cordon CR-12
22x9 Front
22x10.5 Rear
Vredestein Tires
265/35/22
315/30/22
HID Headlight Conversion 6,000K
Pioneer Touch Screen Navigation
Thule Ski Racks
LED License Plate Lights

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Since These photos I have done more mods, I will take pics this weekend and post them here, stand by.
 

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Kind of reminds me of the European XK, which I like a lot.
 

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Won't the difference in your tire sizes funk up the 4WD system?.. or does that only apply to tires on the same axle?
 

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Hey guys I am a newbie here and thought I would share my Commander with you all. I've done lots of mods so far, all of which were to enhance the look of the truck. Here is my Mod list so far:

Wheels :
Cordon CR-12
22x9 Front
22x10.5 Rear
Vredestein Tires
265/35/22
315/30/22
HID Headlight Conversion 6,000K
Pioneer Touch Screen Navigation
Thule Ski Racks
LED License Plate Lights

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Since These photos I have done more mods, I will take pics this weekend and post them here, stand by.
Do you have pics of the touch screen?
 

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Nice commander man, really like those wheels. Keep it clean!
 

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If both tires were the same with and different side wall heights then that would be a problem because the overall diameters wouldn't match. Ex:

265/35/22 = 29.30
265/30/22 = 28.25

Now when you widen that tire its also going to to get a little taller so to keep the height the same you must drop the sidewall height:

315/30/22 = 29.44

Rule of thumb is you must keep the overall diameters with 3% of one another to be safe with a AWD vehicle.
 

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If both tires were the same with and different side wall heights then that would be a problem because the overall diameters wouldn't match. Ex:

265/35/22 = 29.30
265/30/22 = 28.25

Now when you widen that tire its also going to to get a little taller so to keep the height the same you must drop the sidewall height:

315/30/22 = 29.44

Rule of thumb is you must keep the overall diameters with 3% of one another to be safe with a AWD vehicle.
Ah I see! Thanks for the input.

If you haven't already, get a set of LED tail lights. They are simply amazing and well worth the price in my opinion.
 

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D2 I like what you've done, really nice lookin CMDR you've got. I'm not too crazy about rims overall especially with XK's but I've seen a set that were blacked out that I loved. Yours give the black body a nice touch - are they high polish or chrome?
 

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Honestly speaking, the Commander is beautiful but the wheels make it look like a cartoon.
 

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To each his own!
Nice looking Commander, go do your thing.
Pretty brutual crowd.
I like your graphics, Would like to see a straight on shot of that.
 

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