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02-09-2011 09:23 PM
InfernoGirl They should be ok. If there's any rubbing you can adjust the steering stops with a washer or two. The 20mm offset is about 7/10ths of an inch so the bs is just under 5" (if my brain is working tonight).
02-09-2011 07:38 PM
98tj2010
Wheels

Ok, i've searched and can't find an answer although i'm sure its on here somewhere. Anyways, I am running 31/10/15 on my 98 non lifted TJ with stock wheels. They rub the frame at full cock and I want to upgrade my wheels. I'd like 17s with 265/70/17 tires. They measure between 31 and 31.5 depending on the tires so they are about the same size I have. Now these are the wheels im looking at buying JEEP WRANGLER RANGER EXPLORER 17" WHEELS RIMS MAMBA M3 - eBay (item 290532526366 end time Feb-15-11 23:25:51 PST)= or these JEEP WRANGLER RANGER EXPLORER 17" WHEELS RIMS MAMBA M1 - eBay (item 290532610865 end time Feb-16-11 06:38:31 PST)= My thing is that I don't care if they stick out a lil bit, but I don't want them to rub on the frame. Will these rub or is the offset big enough? Any help would be great!!!

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