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11-25-2007 03:16 AM
bobbyd Thanks a lot for the help. I will keep my eyes open for the rubicon hook up!
11-24-2007 01:05 PM
Jase The bolt pattern is 5 on 5

You can easily get 32x10.50 (255/75R17) which is what comes factory on the Rubicons. Many Rubi owners sell these pretty cheap when they upgrade if you keep an eye open.. but they are on 17" rims. There are also a number of JK owners running 33x10.50 (285/70R17) with little to no rubbing but this will be dependant on your backspacing.

With aftermarket rims, you should be looking for backspacing between 3.75" - 4.75"

BTW, welcome to WF!
11-24-2007 09:08 AM
2007 4 door X Rims and Tires

Alright folks,

I'm not new to the Jeep world, but the new bolt patterns for the '07 JK's have me stumped. What is it???? 5 on 5 or 5 on 4.5?

Also, I'm in the market for new tires and rims. I want a larger set of both, but don't have a lift yet. I'm thinking 32's on 15 inch rims, but am open to suggestions. I will be doing a lot of trails and rock climbing, but it's a daily driver too. I want the biggest tire I can fit without rubbing and aftermarket rims are a must. Any help??? Thanks!!

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