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Old 08-14-2018, 10:29 AM
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Minimum size spacers for 16x7 wheel on 285/75r16

New to the Jeep scene and will be receiving a ‘17 JKU Sport in a few days. As the title states I am planning on getting 33’s (daily driver), but I am struggling to find the minimum spacer size for the 16x7 stock wheels on 285/75R16. I also will be adding the 1.5” Teraflex Leveling Kit (don’t know if that will change the minimum spacer size)? Right now new wheels is out of the budget.

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1.25-1.5" will work. 7" wide rims are a little narrow for 285/75's. I have had them. personally you will get the same height out of a 255/85-16 tire. You can buy stock 17x7.5 rims for next to nothing and then you could go 285/70-17.

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Just don't get cheap spacers. Get something like Spydertrax or something equivalent to that. Happy wheeling
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