|03-22-2009 11:25 PM|
minimal backspacing puts more stress on the wheel bearings. I've seen em fail in less than 2 years with stock size tires and wheel with little backspacing. the wheel bearings are probable the weakest link in the TJ's D30
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|03-05-2009 11:33 PM|
google'd and found in 1 minute =D
|03-05-2009 09:57 PM|
Thanks, that helps.
Does anyone know anything about these rims or the company. Do any of you wheel with them?
Pacer Daytona Black rims
|03-05-2009 05:58 AM|
Here is one way to measure.
Coker Tire Resource - How do I measure my wheel's Backspace?
As for tire size to fit on them.. I am thinking its a 7" wide rim. So say a 10.50 wide tire.
|03-05-2009 02:22 AM|
|mmohorovich||is there any way to measure the rim. There are no markings on them that I can tell|
|03-05-2009 12:34 AM|
|jdhallissey||I would have to think they are 4.5" of back spacing. They will work fine for what you want. You can toss a 33x12.50x15 on there with your lift and it would look really good|
|03-04-2009 10:36 PM|
I've got Black Pacer Daytona Wheels with LT235/75R15 goodyear extra grip workhorse tires. Is there a way to tell what size rim it is and what the spacing might be without taking the tire off? My lift is stock right now but plan on putting a Rubicon 4.5" extreme duty lift on my 95'. I believe that I'll want to widen my wheel base once I get the lift. Are these good rims or should I sell and get new?