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Old 05-17-2019, 09:13 PM
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Arrow JK Rubicon Wheels on a Sport

Hey guys-

Read through what I could find on the forum but was hoping for more specifics. I’m hoping to slap a pair of rubicon takeoffs onto my JK sport.

Is that an easy switch or would there be a need for any other components or spacers?

Thanks again and sorry if this is a redundant question!

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Welcome to the forum. Do it, it’s a great bolt on mod, unless your going with 35s. Then you will need spacers or a wheel with better backspacing.

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Same bolt pattern and back space, so no problem.
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They fit no problem at all. This is my Jeep Jku Sport before I replaced the wheels and tires

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Hey guys-

Read through what I could find on the forum but was hoping for more specifics. I’m hoping to slap a pair of rubicon takeoffs onto my JK sport.

Is that an easy switch or would there be a need for any other components or spacers?

Thanks again and sorry if this is a redundant question!
Great addition!!!
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