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REDSEAL199

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My wife drives a 2021 JLU 4xe High Altitude as her daily. We like to do some overlanding so these 20's gotta go. I am thinking about going to a 17" wheel with a full 33 or maybe 34" tire and putting a set of fox shocks on "no lift". Some buddy's think that I should do a small lift but I just don't feel like it is needed. It's her daily driver and we wil not be rock crawling. I really want to put a set of Milestar Patagonia MT'S and looking for help on online dealers with good pricing besides your average Discount Tire etc. Thanks for the feedback folks!
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Here’s an alternative scenario that might be cheaper:

Get a set of 18-inch Sahara, 80th Anniversary or Gladiator Overland “takeoff” wheels and a set of 275/70R18 KO2s. The tires measure 33.2 inches tall by 10.8 inches wide, so you gain 1.1 inches in diameter and 1.2 inches in width.

You should be able to pick up a set of 18-inch takeoffs on Craigslist for $300 - $500.

You should then be able to resell your 20-inch wheels to Grand Cherokee owners, or to kooks who like the South Beach look, for the same amount, rendering your “new” wheels free!

I had that setup on my Sahara for a year. It got me everywhere...and back.
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