Join Date: Sep 2013
Location: Eastern Arkansas
Liked: 3240 times
I have no use for big wheels on anything unless it's required to clear larger brakes.
14" wheels should make the tire/wheel package lighter if anything. Less rubber sidewall should make for lighter tires. You gain "looks" (which is all in the eyes of the beholder) and give up sidewall flex, the ability to air down for a wider footprint/ more traction, and increase your risk of damaging a rim.
I've never cared for low profile tires and big rims. I'm not riding my ATV to the projects/ trailer park to sell crack meth, so I don't need it to look like a ghetto sled.
I did look at possibly getting 14's for a 300 build because so many of the larger tire sizes now are only available for 14" wheels, but I couldn't find an 14" wheels that didn't look stupidly blingish so I never could bring myself to get any.
Luckily I found some OG 29.5 outlaws for 12" wheels so I can run stock Rubicon wheels.
To OP, I'd run what you have. Zillas are good tires, they're light, and you already have them.