Check out this 2014 Jeep JK Wrangler with 22″ Fuel Off-Road Full Blown Rims. These wheels really give it that tough look that most jeep owners go for. The Jeep came out even better than we thought it would. This Jeep also has a 6″ lift.
Here is the full set up:
2014 Jeep JK
6” Pro Comp Long arm lift kit
22×12 D254 Fuel Full Blown Wheels
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To find these wheels on our web site: D254 2 Piece Fuel Full Blown Wheels
To find the 1 piece Full Blown wheels: D254 1 Piece Fuel Full Blown Wheels
Nice jeep but was wondering what offset those rims are and how you mounted the spare ?
The offset is a -44 and you should be able to mount that spare right to the jeep. You MIGHT need a spacer but you should be ok because it has a 4.75 back spacing.
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I have a 2014 Jeep JKU Sahara like this one.
In doing some research most people recommend upgrading or axle trussing the front axle when going with 37″ tires. 37″ x 13.5″ wide on 22″ sounds heavy especially if you are considering doing some offroading. Did you all have to upgrade axles, brakes, gears, and or driveshaft? Any feedback is much appreciated. Thanks.
Do you need a Wheel lug adapter for this setup? i see Fuel doesn’t make a 22×12 in 5×5 lug pattern for a new Wrangler.
No, you do not. Fuel does make a 22×12 with a 5×5.0 bolt pattern. There is quite a few in stock. At this exact moment in time, there is six D254 left for a 22×12 5×5.0 bolt pattern -44mm offset. I would want to double check to make sure on the inventory but that is what my screen is telling me.