LilyRose
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LilyRose

New Member, Female, 61, from Carrollton Ohio 44615

2015 Jeep Renegade TrailHawk 4WD and 4dr. How big of a wheel and tire can I go without any major work? Sep 5, 2019

LilyRose was last seen:
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    1. BUtrlhhawk
      BUtrlhhawk
      Beginning to think majority of Renegade owners are of the younger crowd. Nice to see someone closer to my age a Renegade Enthusiast. 225 65 17's. 1 size bigger then what you got now, stock. W/o any mods. I've managed to get 245 65 17's on my 2017 TH. But it took some effort/mods (ie, lift Trimming inner fender and such)
    2. LilyRose
      LilyRose
      2015 Jeep Renegade TrailHawk 4WD and 4dr. How big of a wheel and tire can I go without any major work?
    3. LilyRose
      LilyRose
      New to any kind of blog posts or threads. I get lost, you see. I was married for 40 years and now, at my age, I get to learn!
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    Gender:
    Female
    Birthday:
    Oct 2, 1958 (Age: 61)
    Location:
    Carrollton Ohio 44615
    Occupation:
    Disabled
    I am 60 years old. No children. One sibling.
    I loved my wonderful Kia Sorento 2004. She was the right size and weight to get where I needed to go. Well, she got old and her frame rusted out. I now have a 2015 Jeep Renegade TrailHawk. She's pretty close to being okay. I want bigger wheels and some viscous all terrain tires. This thing may be a very small Jeep, it still needs fat, meaty tires. I'm getting contradictory information when I contact tire stores. Can you guys help??