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post #1 of 19 Old 12-30-2011, 07:38 PM Thread Starter
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Any pics of some mounted canyon wheels?

Found a set of canyon wheels without tires for my YJ but I'm not sure which size tire to go with. Anyone have any pics of YJs running canyons? I'd like to go with an all terrain tire, probably not much bigger than OEM.

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post #2 of 19 Old 12-30-2011, 07:58 PM
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knock yourself out in this thread, I am sure you will find many wheel/tire combos to your hearts content.

search within the thread and you could probably narrow it down to the wheels you're looking for.

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They'll mount up to a 12.50 because they're 8" wide. Being stock tj rims, I'm sure they would have more info on them over there in tj tech land.

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More on google, I searched "Jeep YJ canyon wheels"

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My sons new Project although he intends on changing wheels & DE-chroming soon

33x12.50 x15



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Google is a wonderful tool.

More on google, I searched "Jeep YJ canyon wheels"
Thanks but I'm hoping for actual owners pics so they can tell me what sized tire they are running.
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Just get the canyons and mount 235 75 r15s all terrains of your choice. Won't need a lift. 215 75 r15s are stock size tires.

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Not canyons but basically the same size wheel. 235 75 r15s mounted on them.

F/S Dana 35, 4:10, open make an offer, local pick up only, will not ship. 3-8-13

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Just get the canyons and mount 235 75 r15s all terrains of your choice. Won't need a lift. 215 75 r15s are stock size tires.
Thank you sir!
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Canyons are 15x8. Not 15x7 like in that picture.

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They make canyons rims in two different sizes. 7x15 and 8x15. The 7 x15 look a little funny though.

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The make canyons rims in two different sizes. 7x15 and 8x15. The 7 x15 look a little funny though.
Can you tell by looking at them which one is which?
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Thanks but I'm hoping for actual owners pics so they can tell me what sized tire they are running.
Pics above are on my post are 33x12.50x15s hope that helps.

I really have no idea about the lift but it also has Transfer case drop & seems to be a spring lift.

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Mine are 33 x 12.50x 15 also

90 YJ, 4.2 with 2150 carb 4.0 Head and headers, Nutter with TFI and MSD. 1" BL, 2.5" spring lift, 33", Goodrich KM Mud Tires. Dana 30 w Aussie, Ford 8.8 w LS. 9000lb HF Winch.
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