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09-18-2012 04:29 PM
Brian W.V. Nice Jeep!!
09-18-2012 03:42 PM
sevenservices nice jeep! 94' was a good year. After a lot of bugs were worked out and before the big changes in 96'...

Enjoy! And Welcome to the Forum!
09-18-2012 10:14 AM
0III0forlife You dont need different wheels or hub spacers. Just turn your steering stops out a couple of turns until the tires quit rubbing.

There isnt anything wrong with buying a quality hub spacer like a spydertraxx, if that is the route that you want to take. They just make it a PITA to work on your brakes, cause you get to remove 10 lugnuts instead of just the 5 that hold the wheel on.

The other problem that you might encounter with new wheels or hub spacers is, if you live in a state like mine (PA), no part of the tire is allowed to stick out past the edge of the flare. So, different backspacing on the rims, or hub spacers could possibly put them out too far for inspection laws.
09-18-2012 12:59 AM
gixxerphil
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Originally Posted by ken78744 View Post
I like it, new wheel would be safer than lots of spacers.... Good find on the low miles for a early/mid 90s!!!

That is simply not true if you buy quality spacers that stay hub centric
09-18-2012 12:58 AM
ken78744 I like it, new wheel would be safer than lots of spacers.... Good find on the low miles for a early/mid 90s!!!
09-18-2012 12:57 AM
gixxerphil
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Originally Posted by Meepmeep View Post
and im guessing wheels would be the safer option? less to fail i would think
and in your guys/gals opinions where would you recomend to buy parts online?

If you buy quality(Spidertrax) and keep a check on them, you should be fine just my .02
09-18-2012 12:47 AM
Meepmeep and im guessing wheels would be the safer option? less to fail i would think
and in your guys/gals opinions where would you recomend to buy parts online?
09-18-2012 12:12 AM
gixxerphil You need at least a 4" BS rim or spacers to push the Canyons out
09-18-2012 12:06 AM
YJ Simpson Awesome jeep! Much better lookin' than mine lol....wish I had a hard top! Good work!
09-17-2012 11:55 PM
Meepmeep Attachment 161237

That's it! Pretty proud, first rig I bought with straight cash
09-17-2012 11:52 PM
Meepmeep
its mine! new to jeep

ok so after some searching i got myself into a 1994 jeep wrangler 4.0 5speed sahara edition. 127,000 miles, clean, hard top and a bikini top, 4 inch lift with 31" tires, no coplaints about the rig, but the tires do rub at full lock, now i have been looking at putting 33" tires on cause i see them all over here with 4 " lift and 33" tires, but if my 31's rub what would i do to make this possible, oh and its a rough country, and i see no blocks so i belive it would be a suspention lift?

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