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riverroyal

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SO im shopping for wheels, not tires. My Liberty 30X10 look new. They are 14"X 7" stock, but I read the RC has some different part number or something for the wheels.
I can order 4 of the same wheels right? 14 X 7? Should I stick with the 6-1 offset or go to 5-2? That makes it wider correct?
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Stick with 6-1 all the way around and if you’re buying wheels I’d wait until the tires are worn out and move up to 15”.


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I thought about that also. 15 wheel and 32 tire next time around. Thats like 2 years until these wear out! 500 miles and they look new
 

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I thought about that also. 15 wheel and 32 tire next time around. Thats like 2 years until these wear out! 500 miles and they look new
The RC wheels you have have more offset than the stock RS wheels, making the car slightly wider than the regular model.

The 2020 model has 15 inch wheels and 32" Liberty tires standard. That said, many 32" tires are available for 14" wheels. Liberty is one of those tires as well. From what I am reading, A 5+2 will work and the car will be less than an inch wider per side.

A 6+1 may leave you slightly narrower than stock, probably too little to notice.
 
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