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Looks really good!

Now........EIBACH!


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Looks sick seems like everyone is going with 22s now !!
 

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So sick, God I love that look!
 

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The wheels look great but the sidewall on the tires is too thin. It doesn't look right IMO.

On a side note, the black with red calipers looks sharp. These jeeps looks so much better without the tails and side markers tinted. It allows for some contrast.
 

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+1 million on the lowering. It NEEDS it now to go with those pimp wheels. I would also have to agree it needs more sidewall on those tires. Gorgeous truck and wheels nonetheless man.
 

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Looks great bro, very nice and clean. Now you just need to get your lug nuts painted to match the wheels.
 

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So Eibachs huh!? haha. I hear you on the lowering springs. I am all for lowering my rig by I am under the impression that will void my warranty? What is the story with that? Has anyone run into problems there? I have a 7/yr 85k warranty and didn't want issues if I brought the truck in for service.

I hear you guys on the tires, but did some research and it came down to the Nittos, Pirelli Scorpion Zero, or Toyo ST I. A few members here and one of my friends run 22' 420s on his escalade year round and had no issues. I got a real good deal so I went with them.
 

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Looks sick but also like your Jeep is standing on its tippy toes haha.
 

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They wouldn't make springs for a 2010 specifically if it voided the warranty.........that is what Eibach said when I bought my springs. My 2010 is lowered with 4k miles on it.
 

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Do folks usually keep their stock wheels and tires? Or do you sell them when you jump up to 22"s?


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I guess new tires for the 20"s would cost about $1000, so it makes sense to just pay $2000 for the 22"s with tires.


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I really need to look into some lowering springs. Yeah mine is a 2010 also with about 8500 miles. I'll hold onto my stock set-up, but I'm seriously considering chrome/polished 22's for next summer. The 22's are so damn hot.
 

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Damn your jeep looks sexy!!!! Digging it, would love to see it lowered...
 

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So Eibachs huh!? haha. I hear you on the lowering springs. I am all for lowering my rig by I am under the impression that will void my warranty? What is the story with that? Has anyone run into problems there? I have a 7/yr 85k warranty and didn't want issues if I brought the truck in for service.
You will have more issues with the wheels voiding some part of your warranty than lowering springs will.
 

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Looks sick. I think it looks good at the height it's at. No need for lowering in my opinion. I have no plans of lowering mine. And the whole point of 22's is to get that big wheel look with less side wall. Otherwise, you might as well stick with the 20's.
 
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