Chart may need an update for the '06 models. Use of the tire size information is at your own risk. It depends on the year model and the model of Liberty. I've heard pros and cons about widening the stance added stability vs. Oh and they totaly crap all over the Wranglers which were awful. But I don't wanna get stuck with tires that arn't going to fit.
I'm thinking that the spacers might not eliminate the rub, just put it somewhere else? Drove over 2 hours to come buy the car but the customer service forced me to take my money and look elsewhere. The weight of the Jeep will cause you to go through tires quicker. Tire experts are available at better maybe 1 in 10 t … ire stores and also online. However, if you are not happy with the way your car handles you might want to explore other tire options. There's lots of them but then there are also the Jeep know-it-alls who pretend to be experts. This chart is irrelevant for any other make and model tire. You can find real experts online or in the local bar and sometimes at the 4x4 shop or the Jeep dealership.
Neither the dealership nor eBizAutos is responsible for misprints on prices or equipment. I tried using ViseGrips to no avail- the lock's material is simply too hard to allow the visegrips to get a bite. When done, tap the lock out of the wrench and it will be still sound to use again. The wider tire gives better stability. The light should reset, if not … you may have a bad sensor.
We can not Thank You enough! You might also find a jeep expert on a mountainside or in the woods or in a nasty swamp. My question is: How will wheel spacers affect the allowable tire size? Check the label on the driver's door jamb for original size and pressure settings. For a good answer to this question you need to have a conversation with either a tire expert or a Jeep expert. The best way to find the right new tire for you is to chat with one of our experts. I also heard you could hammer a cheap socket into the key until you get enough bite to pull it off.
Really, it depends on what sort of use you intend for the Lib. This is more of a guideline. The title of the chart is misleading. Definitely ok with the stock 16x7 alloys but would rub with wider wheels or more off-set such as the Rubicon rims that alot of you are swapping to. Take a small handheld grinder and grind two flat spots on the wheel lock that correspond with the jaws on your open end wrench. Under inflated tires create more drag and u … se more fuel.
Then for height, 16 inches wheel + 8. Eduard is exceptionally knowledgeable about the vehicles on his lot, he is very helpful and patient, but most importantly, he is honest. Yes the answer is it always depends on the type of driving you plan on doing. I learned this the hard wa … y. They're known for going to weird places like that. I have a Sport and a 2.
I've never tried it though. Jack car down and tighten bolts again 7. Stay away from the supposedly high performance tire they are just a waste of money since you need a tire that has a good life. First, isn't there an important measurement missing here? These tires are specifically selected for your car to provide an optimal driving experience. All advertised prices expire at midnight on the day of posting. I had this problem as well.
However, I still can't figure out what size to get. . Depending on the color of your Jeep c … onsider the raised white letters. Definitely ok with the stock 16x7 alloys but would rub with wider wheels or more off-set such as the Rubicon rims that alot of you are swapping to. I want to go as big as possible with no rubbing, or modifications.