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Hello group!

Anyone know any nice off road trails/overland in Arizona? From light to slightly challenging?

I'm just putting slightly bigger and AT tires on my Limited, 225/65R18 and probably skid plates.

So I don't want to push it and damage something, but I do want to have fun on a scenic challenging drive.

Any groups out there that do off roading together?
 

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Hello group!

Anyone know any nice off road trails/overland in Arizona? From light to slightly challenging?

I'm just putting slightly bigger and AT tires on my Limited, 225/65R18 and probably skid plates.

So I don't want to push it and damage something, but I do want to have fun on a scenic challenging drive.

Any groups out there that do off roading together?
Did you decide to stay with 18" wheels? If so, what A/T tires are you planning on?
 

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It's a 17x7.5 inch Vision "Liquidmetal" in gunmetal color with a 40 mm offset. I bought it to have a full size spare tire. It's actually pretty nice for a 100$ wheel.

I just installed them yesterday. Did a bit of freeway driving today, but not that much, about 20 miles, didn't pay to much attention on the speedometer honestly vs the actual speed on my GPS, shouldn't be that much of a problem since it's 2.9% bigger than the OEM and some people say 3% should be the max difference vs your stock setup.

I will tell you this though, the ride is very nice, comfortable, more "cushiony", you feel you ride a bit higher and that's great.
 

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It's a 17x7.5 inch Vision "Liquidmetal" in gunmetal color with a 40 mm offset. I bought it to have a full size spare tire. It's actually pretty nice for a 100$ wheel.

I just installed them yesterday. Did a bit of freeway driving today, but not that much, about 20 miles, didn't pay to much attention on the speedometer honestly vs the actual speed on my GPS, shouldn't be that much of a problem since it's 2.9% bigger than the OEM and some people say 3% should be the max difference vs your stock setup.

I will tell you this though, the ride is very nice, comfortable, more "cushiony", you feel you ride a bit higher and that's great.
Thanks. I am considering a similar setup.
 
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