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06-27-2013 09:04 PM
Ribeye3
upgrading rims

I was looking and I found a great deal on some 17" rims. I have a bone stock 2012 JK 2 door with stock 17" rims already on them. I am planning on keeping the stock GY-SR-A's on them until I wear them out.

Looking them up on the website I know that they are 17x9. I just have a few questions.

First off: Will I have any problems putting the SR-A's on them?

Secondly: Planning a lift after the SR-A's are worn out, will I have any problems putting 33's or 35's on these rims? I would imagine that I may need to get wheel spacers but I am trying to reduce the cost of rims/tires later.

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