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Old 04-20-2010, 06:36 PM   #1
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I'm shopping for rims and been checking for the bolt pattern is 5x4.5" right? I trust this forum because it's aways gave me the right answer or lead. Thanks guys!
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another thing. Anybody know the back spacing? I'm gonna be running 36's I've been tooling around the internet trying to find out but so far no luck or I'm looking in the wrong places. Thanks again
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I'm on a buget right now but you think these rims would be alright on 36's? http://www.4wheelparts.com/prodDetai...No=PCW98-5165F
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yes the bolt pattern is 5X4.5
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I'm on a buget right now but you think these rims would be alright on 36's? http://www.4wheelparts.com/prodDetail.aspx?partNo=PCW98-5165F
Yeah they should be. Black steelies and XJ's always work out.

The 3.75" backspacing on those will also do well, however there are a couple things to keep in mind. They will be sticking out further than stock, plus with the big *** tire, you will not be road legal unless you have huge fenders to cover them up (in a lot of states, anyway). Secondly, the further the wheel puts the tire away from the axle, the more leverage the tire has on your ball joints. If you have a locker in the front, the possibility of pulling the ball joints apart is increased if you get in a really tight jam.
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Seems kinda high for those wheels. Check out Summit, I have several sets of Cragars from them and they run about 40-50 bucks a piece. Before the full widths I ran 4" of backspacing with 35x12.50s and no rub.
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