“A lot of people were surprised by our choice of a 17-inch wheel when the market says 20-inch wheels are the norm. We haven’t ruled out a 20-inch wheel, but for most off-road use the 17-inch works the best when combined with an aggressive off-road tire. The sidewall flex is key,” says Harriton. We wholeheartedly agree. A 17-inch tire is easier to purchase should a tire failure occur, too. The tires are luggy 40-inch-tall, 13.5-inch-wide BFGoodrich Mud-Terrain T/A KM2s and they’re mounted on 10-inch-wide AEV Katla heavy-duty cast aluminum wheels.