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Anyone have any pictures of their TJ with the factory JK wheels on? I found a brand new set for $250 and am really considering it.
 

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TJ bolt pattern is 4.5 on 5,, the JK bolt pattern is 5 on 5,, I don't think they will fit.. I may be wrong, but check it out..
 

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Rubicondon53 said:
TJ bolt pattern is 4.5 on 5,, the JK bolt pattern is 5 on 5,, I don't think they will fit.. I may be wrong, but check it out..
I looked awhile back bc i was wanting to do the same thing, but your correct sir.
 

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you would need a wheel adapter/spacer because of the bolt pattern, that will add a couple hundred to your $250, but thats a good price, my buddy just sold his for $400
 

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Yeah the reason why I am considering them is because I can get those for 250 and then another guy is selling his new bfg ats for 300 of his jk so thats a real nice setup for 550 + adapters. Do you know where I could get the adapters?
 

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Yeah the reason why I am considering them is because I can get those for 250 and then another guy is selling his new bfg ats for 300 of his jk so thats a real nice setup for 550 + adapters. Do you know where I could get the adapters?
Spidertrax
 

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Rough Country also makes high quality hubcentric adapters for your Jeep. I think I paid a little under 2 Bennies for all four.
Don't forget the locktite.
 

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Always some one on eBay dumping used ones ..
 
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