x2, 4.56's are the way to go, I've got 3.55's in my 4x4,
but run smaller DR's at the track for 4.30:1 effective ratio
I want 4.56's and a Detroit True Track, but it's more money for a 4x4
cuz I have to do both diffs....$3k+ up here for parts plus install
I've looked at many 22" aftermarket wheel options and most,
including SRT replica's, are over 41-42 pounds each
, no thanks!
Alcoa R/T 22's actually weigh around 34-35lbs ... less than my Chrome Clad 20's
I dont like the GY 285/45R22's pizza cutters though, got to be 305 wide Nitto NT420S for me.
Once you've had 305's its hard to go narrower.
dodgert, for the right price I'd buy your wheels,
but dont want/need the tires, shipping prices go from $125 wheels only to over $300 with tires.