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Hi everyone!


anyone knows what is the biggest alloys could we put ona juke?
 

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In Japana few haveput 20inch wheelson their Juke!

Surely that'sgot to harm the ride quality and probably gives it the turning circle of a bus!
 

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KevInJuke said:
In Japana few haveput 20inch wheelson their Juke!

Surely that'sgot to harm the ride quality and probably gives it the turning circle of a bus!


I cant find a picture of a 20 inch wheel on a Juke but here's a Juke with a19inch wheel and 235/40 tyre!
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simps said:
ooooh me likey!
You must live in one of the posh parts of South Lincs simps, where the roads are smoother- Stamford? Grantham?

Up here in Mid-Lincs/North Lincs (Lincoln/Gainsborough/Scunthorpe) the streets are cobbled and scabby and pock marked and those great big wheels would be no good at all!


The 20inch wheels they put on Jukes in Japan, go with either 245/35 tyres or 275/30 tyres -
that's almost wafer thin rubber -
probably shakes the fillings out of your teeth.

(offset on 2wd Jukes believed to be ET37 - it could be different on 4wd Jukes)
Bolt pattern on Jukes of courseis 5 x 114.3

 

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just mounted the 350Z rims 18"
offset front 30 rear 33
rims 8J front and 8.5J rear

tires 235/45/18

check it out:


You can indeed fit a much bigger size, but I find it funny a suv with flat tires, why don;t they just buy a sedan or coupe then
 

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^^^^^^^^^^I like those 18s - they suit the Juke well^^^^^^^^^^


Here's something a bit different from Japan:
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@Kev - twixt Sleaford and Bourne, roads are really smooth especially compared with my home town of Oldham where the roads seem full of craters
 

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simps said:
interesting idea having different wheels front and rear!!
Japaneseput different wheels front and rearas part of the"drifting" subculture.

A few more aftermarket alloys on Jukes from Japan:










Wheels on this one abit too big for my liking, lowered quite a bit too:


If I buy one it'll probably look like this after a few months - steely wheels FTW!



Crazy people in Japan! LEDs too!





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I do like the blue lowered one, even though it defeats the point of buying one it still looks quite good
also like its alloys and the alloys in the first red car pic
really wish they had done that blue in the UK
 

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Thanks for posting it kevlnjuke!!! Atleast every forum member would know how it will look like changing the alloy wheels.
 

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Love that blue colour. Why don't Nissan make it over here???????
Love those alloys on the first red and2nd black pics
 

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ProceSS said:
I like this one ...
Silly wheels but a pearlescent purple or bright green or custard yellow Juke would be good


A few more Japanese Juke alloy pix:some lowered, some standard suspension









Have you met the wife?





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