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Old 12-20-2011, 12:03 PM   #421
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We just recently received rings for the 15x8 MB72. We did a test fit and they work great The product code for them is 80466.
But not for the D-Windows?

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We just recently received rings for the 15x8 MB72. We did a test fit and they work great The product code for them is 80466.
Do I need the rings on my Chaos 5s?

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Do I need the rings on my Chaos 5s?
Nobody needs them. It just makes the wheels "hub centric" rather than "lug centric"--i.e., is it the hub or the lugs that center the wheel and bear the weight of the vehicle. The vast majority of aftermarket wheels are lug centric, whereas the vast majority of OEM wheels are hub centric.
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On the 16" MB 72's, what is the backspacing and would these same rings work on them also? Thanks for the reply.
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I looked further and saw the backspacing is 4.5 for the 16 x 8.5. Thanks
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But not for the D-Windows?
I called Black Rock and your wheels have an 87mm hub bore. We don't have a ring (or part number for one) that is 87-71.5mm at this time.

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Do I need the rings on my Chaos 5s?
Chaos 5 has a 83.7mm hub size, there isn't a hub ring part number for 83.7-71.5 either.

Hub rings aren't required. They do make installation and rotations a little easier but they are by no means required. Most truck and SUV aftermarket wheels don't have them.

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What sizes can you get duratracs in? also, my vehicle is 90% DD but I do offroad it quite often, so would the tread ware away to fast for me?
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What sizes can you get duratracs in? also, my vehicle is 90% DD but I do offroad it quite often, so would the tread ware away to fast for me?
Here's the link with all the DuraTrac sizes.

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This tire is a good pick for both on and off-road use
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Wrangler DuraTrac | Goodyear Tires#

This tire is a good pick for both on and off-road use

Ahhh thank you. It seems they come in 31s and 33s....and i want 32s lol Looks like a body lift is in order
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Ahhh thank you. It seems they come in 31s and 33s....and i want 32s lol Looks like a body lift is in order
The Duratracs in 33x12.5 actually measure about 32x11.5 when mounted.
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Ahhh thank you. It seems they come in 31s and 33s....and i want 32s lol Looks like a body lift is in order
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Ahhh thank you. It seems they come in 31s and 33s....and i want 32s lol Looks like a body lift is in order
They fit very nicely on a Non lifted jeep. I have the 33s on 15” rims for a 2007 Sahara. If you go out and do some serious stuff you may rub a bit and then a lift would be in order. I would stay away from a body lift as there are a lot of issues you can run into. A suspension lift is better and gets you more center ground clearance where as a body lift does not.
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You can run that size on road but you will absolutely rub off road without lifting.
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You can run that size on road but you will absolutely rub off road without lifting.
I have a Teraflex leveling kit on the way. I might send it back for a 2.5" BB, however.

Leads to my next question. With these wheels/tires, I will need the AEV Procal. Will this procal be able to turn off my TPMS, since they won't be in my new setup?

So basically this is what I am getting:
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I have a Teraflex leveling kit on the way. I might send it back for a 2.5" BB, however.

Leads to my next question. With these wheels/tires, I will need the AEV Procal. Will this procal be able to turn off my TPMS, since they won't be in my new setup?

So basically this is what I am getting:
15" MB72's,
33x12.50 Duratracs
AEV Procal
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Anything else?
You can turn off or set your TPMS to any level you desire with the procal. If you decide not to move your stock TPMS and valves to the new tires/wheels then you'll want to turn them to zero using the procal. You'll be better with the leveling kit for moderate off roading and DD. If you don't want to rub with them at all on your fenders then get the 2.5. Pic of them on my 2.5 TF coil kit flexing with no rub.


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You can turn off or set your TPMS to any level you desire with the procal. If you decide not to move your stock TPMS and valves to the new tires/wheels then you'll want to turn them to zero using the procal. You'll be better with the leveling kit for moderate off roading and DD. If you don't want to rub with them at all on your fenders then get the 2.5. Pic of them on my 2.5 TF coil kit flexing with no rub.



Yeah moderate off roading is about as much as i'll do. Just the occasional trails, no climbing, or anything like that. Would I rub with the leveling kit?


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I think you'll be ok with the front as you'll have 2" up there but I rubbed several times on the rear with the 3/4" spacers and the leveling kit is only .25" taller back there.
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I have a Teraflex leveling kit on the way. I might send it back for a 2.5" BB, however.

Leads to my next question. With these wheels/tires, I will need the AEV Procal. Will this procal be able to turn off my TPMS, since they won't be in my new setup?

So basically this is what I am getting:
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Yeah moderate off roading is about as much as i'll do. Just the occasional trails, no climbing, or anything like that. Would I rub with the leveling kit?


Thanks bud.
you will have a way better ride if you do a coil kit, front track bar. EPS knows exactly what I'm talking about as do a few of my close friends.

combine the lift kit front track bar with 5100 shocks and it will be awesomeee! If you lived closer I would let you take my 12' out. I had 4 door 2.5 kit on my 2 door (2011) it lifted it 2.75 inches roughly.
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Could you put together a few links of your recommendations? I will be perfectly honest this is completely new to me. I come from building fast cars, not an off roading machine. Used to just shocks struts, sub frames, springs, and you are good to go. Lol.
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you will have a way better ride if you do a coil kit, front track bar. EPS knows exactly what I'm talking about as do a few of my close friends.

combine the lift kit front track bar with 5100 shocks and it will be awesomeee! If you lived closer I would let you take my 12' out. I had 4 door 2.5 kit on my 2 door (2011) it lifted it 2.75 inches roughly.
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i saw your post, and i just picked up a 2012 sahara unlimited , white, i love the look of your jeep with the tires and rims, i want that look but dont want to lift it, can you tell me the size of the rims and tires you useed? Thanks
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i saw your post, and i just picked up a 2012 sahara unlimited , white, i love the look of your jeep with the tires and rims, i want that look but dont want to lift it, can you tell me the size of the rims and tires you useed? Thanks
It's mostly in the title of the thread.

The tires are 33x12.5R15. The wheels are 15x8 alloys. If you go offroad at all and cause the suspension to "flex," you'll need to lift it to avoid having the tires rub the fender flares.
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