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Old 01-13-2011, 07:28 PM   #1
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Pro comp wheels on JK fit?

Will these fit my stock 255/75/17 tires?

Pro Comp 8179 wheels

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Yeap, they sure will....BUT your stock rims are only 17 x 7 if I remember right. It will make you stock tires have a slightly different profile, but it will work..

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Yeap, they sure will....BUT your stock rims are only 17 x 7 if I remember right. It will make you stock tires have a slightly different profile, but it will work..
In what way? thanks.
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In what way? thanks.

You currently have a rim that is 7 inches wide, you are going to a rim that is 9 inches wide, when you mount your tires onto the 9 inch rims, the side walls will be forced out a additional inch in each direction, the end result will be your tires being slightly shorter in diameter..
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tuff's right, shorter in height/wider at the sidewalls/will not support AIRDOWN events/will wear very unevenly--

I wouldn't usem-

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Old 01-13-2011, 08:20 PM   #6
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gotcha thanks a mill. Its a no go for me on the wheels then.
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kEWL, try to stay with 8" or narrower, if you keep your stock tires !!

ProComp makes a lot of 8" alloy wheels, I've been using 16x8" and 17x8", for years !

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currently running wrangler sr-a tires on 17" alloy Ultra Rogue wheels. The tire info is 255/75/17. Whats the best fit?
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Well 17x 7.5" is the best, but 17x7", or 17x8" is acceptable !!


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currently running wrangler sr-a tires on 17" alloy Ultra Rogue wheels. The tire info is 255/75/17. Whats the best fit?
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Old 01-13-2011, 08:43 PM   #10
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nice Jim thanks man.
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Welcome, ya know I found out that ProComp wheels, are made in China, but I've been using them for over 6 years and NEVER had a regret-


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nice Jim thanks man.
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