Tires & Wheels

The tires and wheels are an essential aspect of a Jeep Wrangler YJ’s off-road capability and overall performance. Choosing the right tires and wheels can make a significant difference in the vehicle’s traction, stability, and handling both on and off-road.

Some examples of modifications related to tires and wheels include:

Tires: Larger, off-road-specific tires provide better traction and stability in rough terrain. These tires are typically designed with deeper treads and more aggressive patterns to provide more grip and stability on loose or uneven surfaces.

Wheel size: Larger wheels can provide more clearance for larger tires, allowing for improved off-road performance. Be aware that larger wheels might also increase the chances of rubbing or clearance issues with suspension components, fenders or body parts.

Wheel offset: The offset of the wheel refers to the distance between the wheel’s hub mounting surface and the centerline of the wheel. Changing the offset can affect the vehicle’s handling and stability, so it’s important to choose an offset that’s appropriate for your vehicle.

Wheel material: The material used to construct the wheel can have an impact on the weight and durability of the wheel. Steel wheels are durable, while aluminum and alloy wheels are lighter and have better heat dissipation properties.

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