No thank you.I admit, we will have a pavement princess... no shame in it... I live in West Palm... and when you go off road in the area it costs $100's to get it clean after...
Don;t get me wrong, we will take it off road... but at first... until that first heart breaking scratch... it will remain a Pavement princess...LOL
My Jeep has 37" sitting on a 20x12 wheel... I love it. Ride quality is much better than the 17x9 we had before. Less sway on the road at 80mph ( did I say 80 officer? I meant 65mph...lol)
So, 4" lift kit ( as soon as one is available)
set of MasterCraft Courser 37x12.5R20, a nice wide stance 20x12 -44 offset and I am a happy camper.
I am looking to buy 33" for the Base and trying to Trade in the Original Tires 'if' any of the Local Tire Dealers take them, if not Craigslist is always there.Hey, if you like the black/dark wheel look, more power to you. I'm in my early 60's and I like a nice chrome or aluminum wheel. The Big Bend comes with the dark grey wheels which for me is better than black, but nowhere near what I really like. So, who plans to purchase aftermarket wheels and keep the factory rubber upon purchase?
Also, as of 7:30am today (July 17th), Tirerack.com is not showing any wheels for the new Bronco. Also, it has a 6 bolt pattern. Wonder if this will cause a delay in getting new wheels to market?