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Need help

Can I put JL rubicon wheels on
2014 wrangler crd 2.8 overland?

With tyres possibly bf Goodrich k2
285?

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I believe you can as I think they are the same backspacing as JK wheels. For 285/70R17 tires, which I believe is what the JLR came with stock, you will need to add wheel spacers. Either 1.25" or the more common 1.5" will work. Those tires will be a little larger than stock, so you might need a Terraflex leveling kit, especially if you flex.
 

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Hey thanks for that.

I don’t plan to flex
So will I still need the kit it just the spacers is fine?

Also if I go slightly smaller tyres
Maybe 265/70 will it still need spacers?

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Disclaimer - every Jeep is slightly different, but if you don't plan on flexing I think you should be fine with wheel spacers and no lift. If you want to get by without spacers you will need a narrower tire - 255 width - common sizes are 255/80R17 - (33x10) or 255/75R17 (32x10).
 

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Disclaimer - every Jeep is slightly different, but if you don't plan on flexing I think you should be fine with wheel spacers and no lift. If you want to get by without spacers you will need a narrower tire - 255 width - common sizes are 255/80R17 - (33x10) or 255/75R17 (32x10).


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Also, some models came stock with 265/70R17 tires...mine did. So those will fit without spacers.
 
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