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Old 08-20-2010, 10:17 AM   #1
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Unhappy Need help with 2004-2006 rims and tires on my 1992 YJ.

I want to get rid of the nasty looking aftermarket alum. rims that came on my 1992 Jeep Wrangler when I bought it. I have been looking to put a set off of a 2004-2006 YJ wrangler. I believe the bolt patterns match but I am not sure if I will run into any other problems. I am only changing stock to stock with no upgrades in tire sizes. Seems like I can find alot of stock sets in either 7"or 8" rims with 30 x 9.5 x15's or 235 x75 x15's almost new due to owners upgrading to larger sets. I drive 99% on road so I am fine with the stockers. Can anyone help?

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Old 08-20-2010, 10:29 AM   #2
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Any stock TJ wrangler 97-2006 will fit. 30x9.50 will rub slightly at full turn.. at least mine do. IF you want to get bigger or wider tires.. then you will need to look at after market rims which push the rim away from the jeep, this is known as back spacing. the lower the number the further it will stick out.. for example most stock jeep rims... are 5 to 5.5 bs. most aftermarket rims people go with are 3.75 -4 with wider tires.

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4Jeepn, Thanks for the info. I thought any YJ or TJ would work , just wanted to make sure. I had measured the stud pattern and seems O.K. The Jeep I have already has 30x9.5x15's on it and it dosen't rub. I did not know if the newer TJ rims were spaced differently as to make any problems. Thanks, Rob
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