· Mostly old school..!
Offset to what??? Do you mean do they require wheel spacers with 31's? Since offset is built into wheels, the question doesn't really make a lot of sense.OME Heavy Load 2" lift scheduled to be installed professionally in early April. Apparently, I'm not the only person who spends his tax refund on a lift kit....who'da thunk it?!
First time Jeep owner. '05 Wrangler X with 38k miles. Pretty much bone-stock, except for the aftermarket bungee cords on the front bumper and nifty new grab handles.
Plan on keeping the stock rims, while adding 31" all-terrain tires (still undecided). Mechanic was asking if the stock rims require any offset?? I wasn't aware this could be an issue with suspension lifts.
31x10.50's will work fine on your stock rims. Worst case, if there is minor rubbing at full lock, just put a couple of washers behind each steering stop
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