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05-07-2013 06:58 PM
blackrubi003 jk wheels have a 5x5 bolt pattern and a tj has 5x4.5 bolt pattern. You would have to put adapters on your jeep for them to work.Someone makes adapters but cant remember who..........maybe spidertrax i think. idk about fitment under your fenders or backspacing issues.., sorry.
05-07-2013 01:08 PM
docpowers
Stock Rubicon Wheels/Tires on Stock TJ

I bought a 1997 TJ and a friend offered me his stock 2009 Rubicon Wheels and Tires (255 75 17) for $400. I wanted to ensure before I purchased them that they would fit without a lift, I want to do the cosmetic work before I put a 2" lift on. Thank you.

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