you forgot to mention the disc brakes and pads ...... actually i'm a little concerned that the sasquatch pkg has the same breaks as other wheel/tire trimsPersonally I love the black steelies. That is one of the features that first pulled me to this trim.
I say no on aftermarket because I have gone down this road before and it’s not cheap. Aside from the costs of the wheels and the more expensive AT or MT tire, you have to consider:
suspension (do you need a lift)
what type of suspension lift
adjusting your speedometer
how the tires fit in your wheel well (do they rub)
maybe some other things but that is the bulk of it.
It really is best (IMO) to go with the options offered from factory. I say that for this vehicle because there are a lot of great options (Sasquatch for example).
But on the other side of the coin people do this all the time and there is a big market for it. For me it was challenging to accomplish because I had to gather the funds, do research, find people to do the work that wouldn’t cost me an arm and a leg. In the end I told myself that next time I am just going to finance it all up front to get done at the time of purchase. I had my vehicle for 3 years before I got everything done that I wanted. You know, life happens and it’s not always easy to justify spending big money on your vehicle.
New wheels and tires will be my first upgrade: Fuel Crush Wheels and Cooper Tires AT3-XLT white letter.Anyone going BD and thinking of upgrading the wheels aftermarket? The aluminum wheels for $995 don’t seem that special to me, and I don’t want to keep the steelies. I was looking for wheels online but I’m not sure how to find what would be compatible yet. I want something not so flashy (not the OB wheels!), something closer to BL wheels.