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Riding high on 20s

When I bought my 2000 Jeep G.C. I immediately bought new 20" tires and rims for it. It has been a year now and I regularly rotate the tires but I want to know what problems I should expect or look for with larger rims and tires to make it continue to run great.... Also I have not change the brakes or anything else on the body. Have not notice any problems.

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Im assuming you went to wider tyres also.Your steering is now under added stress due to extra force required to move the added rubber to road surface area,mainly from standstill and not so bad at driving speed.Either auto and manual but your speedo may no longer be accurate.Added stress to transmission.Slow take offs and added fuel consumption unless on hiway speeds.Added stress on suspension components.Basicly,it wont happen over night but you are shortening the life expectantcy of your vehicles components

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