|01-11-2009 10:37 AM|
|scrambler1||post some pics,we love to see them.|
|01-11-2009 10:01 AM|
|WILDFOOT||Great and thanks folks...first project will be an soa lift, hoping to lift the jeep about 8-10 inches and run 35 to 37" tires maybe. Not going to be a mudder but I have always had tall trucks and my jeep will be no exception! Thanks again everybody!|
|01-11-2009 08:38 AM|
|jpdocdave||i would just go with the adapters as posted, you can also have your axle shafts changed to fit your bolt pattern, not really worth it to me though.|
|01-10-2009 09:57 PM|
Thanks Scrambler1, I live about 30 miles southeast of Columbus in a small, one horse-town. I love Ohio but the midwest winters (hot and cold, hot and cold) totally wreck my sinuses!
|01-10-2009 11:09 AM|
No, full size ford that year are 5 x 5.5" Your wrangler is 5 x 4.5" But they will fit cj's,suzuki samurai's, You would need adapters. Check this link out, you could probably shop around to find a better deal. Where in Ohio are you located? I hope to get back out there next year to muzzle load hunt. Ohio is a very nice place to live.
5 X 5.50 to 5 X 4.50 Wheel Adapter - 55505450
|01-10-2009 06:57 AM|
|spazinweasel||i have heard that some ford rims are the sme bolt patern if you have some laying around give it try|
|01-09-2009 02:02 PM|
F150 wheels on 1989 Wrangler
I just bought my FIRST jeep (1989 wrangler) and was wondering if there are any adapters to mount wheels from a 1988 F150 4X4 to this jeep. I have WELD wheels that are no longer available and would like to keep them and use them on the jeep with larger tires. Any help would be great!