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Old 03-22-2012, 09:03 AM   #1
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What rims are these?

Thinking about going to take a look at this Wrangler tonight, but before I do, I'd like to know what a spare rim/tire is going to set me back. The dealer doesn't have the name listed and I can't tell. The jeep is being sold without a spare and I obviously would like to have one, so I need to factor in the price of a spare into the purchase price.

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Old 03-22-2012, 09:13 AM   #2
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they look like the cragar soft 8, which are steel wheels, about 50 bucks. Kind of hard to tell from the pic what brand they are. there are aluminum wheels that look the same for about 100

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Plus a couple hundred bucks for the Goodyear MTR to go with it, assuming you want to match the tire too.
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Old 03-22-2012, 09:31 AM   #4
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I can't see the size on my phone but those are Goodyear mt/r's on cragar soft 8s. The rims are probably 15x8 or 15x10 and those will be about $50. Depending on the tire size it should be around $200 for one
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Thanks fellas. Not too bad, I'll be sure to try and use that as leverage, every little bit helps.
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Old 03-22-2012, 10:27 AM   #6
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I think I'd more concerned wth the lift and other mods being done correctly than not having a spare. Not saying there is anything wrong but definetly something you want to look at. You want to make sure it is not done with the bare minimum and then find you need to spend a bunch of money to finish it properly.

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Old 03-22-2012, 10:43 AM   #7
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I think I'd more concerned wth the lift and other mods being done correctly than not having a spare. Not saying there is anything wrong but definetly something you want to look at. You want to make sure it is not done with the bare minimum and then find you need to spend a bunch of money to finish it properly.

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Here's the listing...
http://www.maplestautocenter.com/veh...?VID=148775419

First thing I'd do is take that gas tank off the side, I'm not a real fan of that look. They offer a limited and extended warranty on all vehicles they sell, but I'm also aware of the fact that the warranty is only as good as the people that "stand" behind it.

I've been looking at Wranglers for the past 3 months now and I've yet to find one that a) fits all my needs and b) is worth the asking price. This whole process has been a true test of my patience, but thanks to the info and knowledge passed on by people on this board, I've learned that its going to take time. I'd rather spend a year looking for the right one than make a snap decision and get stuck with a headache. The good news is I've found a local mechanic who is familiar with TJs (he's done all the work on his own Rubi and it looks mint). He said he'd take a look at anything I brought by for free and give me an idea of what it needs now and what it may need down the road.

I'll keep searching. The fact that it's 84 and sunny today isn't helping. We only get so many nice days to go topless in Boston, so I'd like to take advantage ASAP.

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