Pretty darn close. The inside treads were gone. I don't know what to say, I'm the main driver and I have a 2019 Cherokee for my work vehicle with Destination LE2s and they didn't last past 35k. At 35k the Subie dealership was recommending replacing. We made it through the winter and kind of limped them as far as they'd go. A nail in the passenger front forced my delayed hand.We’re they racing slicks by the time you took the OEMs off? World record for miles on that tire?
Agree that the Wildpeaks are still pretty quiet and no real difference in MPG compared to OEM.
The near identical MR502's do clear though. Barely. The shape of the wheel barrel is just slightly enough different to give it a little more space for the calipers.The MR501 18-inch (color of your choice) are sharp, a great fit, and meet the weight requirements, but it looks like Method (recently?) stopped producing them in that size (and unfortunately, as noted by Robert.Mauro, at 17-inch they do not clear the Ascent's calipers.) 😢 At least they are not showing them on their site anymore and some sites are showing them as OOS. There does appear to be some NOS floating around at a few resellers, though...
nice! I’m looking to do the same rims on an LP lift. What are your tire specs, any rub? I’m deciding between 265/60r18 or 265/65r18. Not sure if there’s enough room for 65
265/65r18 will 100% not fit. It's 31.5" overall diameter with some of them with deeper treat even taller. I'd look at one of the 17" wheels and go with the 265/65r17 LT Geolanders 30.7".nice! I’m looking to do the same rims on an LP lift. What are your tire specs, any rub? I’m deciding between 265/60r18 or 265/65r18. Not sure if there’s enough room for 65
Correct! A little over 3/4 of an inch more.If I understand this correctly. The Ascents 18" wheel offset is 55mm stock, so if I were to purchase wheels like the Black Rhino Warlords that are 35mm... the Black Rhinos will stick out just a little further. The closer the offset "mm" gets to 0, the more they stick out?