Can stock wheels and tires (225/75r16) from a 2010 Wrangler fit on a stock 1993 yj Wrangler? Found a great deal for the 2010 wheels and tires but I'm not sure they will fit and ride without issue. Any help is much appreciated.
That tire equates to about 29 1/4" tall which shouldn't cause you any rubbing issues.
However the bolt pattern assuming they are from a JK (wrangler) is a 5x5 and you have a 5x4.5 so you would need wheel adapters to make them fit. I personally am not a fan of them but lots of folks do run them without issues. But even cheap ones drive the total cost up so the wheels and tires really need to be super cheap.
The overall size of the tire will fit, but as already pointed out, the newer JK wheels are the wrong bolt pattern. Wheel adapters are a possible solution but you've got to consider the cost. Your "good deal" on the wheels and tires may not be so sweet after you have to drop another $150-$200 on the adapters.
Most adapters are roughly 1" to 1.25" thick. This, combined with the wheel offset (not sure what that is on a stock JK wheel), may put the tire outside the fender on your rig.
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