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post #46 of 67 Old 02-17-2013, 10:33 AM
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In fact bought a new 2001 WJ that had those WJ Timberlines. They were a nightmare to keep clean. I swapped them out for Silverblades.


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ZJ wheels; NOTE they are callede ZJ Timberlines

http://colorado4wheel.com/images/jee.../zjwheels.html

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Ecco's also came in a Graphite color on the Columbia edition TJ in '04 to match the Graphite colored flares.



It also might be helpful if the OP could list the dimensions on all of these. I assume most are 15x7 on the 15's, but I know some are 15x8's. Not sure on the 16's.
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any info on the waggy wheels? you know, the ones with 10 spokes that look sweet on xj's

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Don't forget the 5.9 limited wheels...

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post #51 of 67 Old 05-02-2013, 04:34 PM
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any info on the waggy wheels? you know, the ones with 10 spokes that look sweet on xj's
I believe they're called Turbines. It's what I call them anyway, and I'm pretty sure I got the name from another Jeep wheel name thread/page somewhere out there on the web. They were available on XJs (and MJs?) during the Renix years.

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any info on the waggy wheels? you know, the ones with 10 spokes that look sweet on xj's
Does this narrow it down for you?

http://www.finishlinewheels.com/JEEP/WAGONEER/

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The "5 Star"/"Classic" wheels tell me they're 15x7. Backspacing measured at 5.5".
Also, I bought mine off a Cherokee, and they're definitely alloy.

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Has anyone ever seen a Gambler in gunmetal rather than polished? My 98 parts XJ came with a set of them and I never really thought about it until I get another set of gamblers and realized the new ones were polished.

Could the gunmetal ones be American Racing?
Gamblers are not polished. They are machine finished and clear coated.
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I believe they're called Turbines. It's what I call them anyway, and I'm pretty sure I got the name from another Jeep wheel name thread/page somewhere out there on the web. They were available on XJs (and MJs?) during the Renix years.
I've always called them Turbines as well. I had a pair of the XJ/MJ version on my MJ and loved the way they looked.
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My 05 Rubicon came with the round edge wheels, not the stepped. I've always wondered why they changed these slightly.

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here a few

1st should be from a 2005


this is from my 03


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I've always wondered why they changed these slightly.
When you pick up a bare rim of each style, the one with the step is noticeably lighter.

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When you pick up a bare rim of each style, the one with the step is noticeably lighter.
I didn't realize there was a design difference in them, but some of the TJ Rubicon wheels (if not all) were forged instead of cast and they were HEAVY. I put one on the scales once and it was over 30 lbs. That's a lot of mass for a 16x8 wheel. But, they are stronger than cast alloy so I guess that's why they used them on the Rubicon.

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I can provide a MUCH better list than the OP did for at least the 5x4.5 wheels...

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There's no XJ wheel thread, but YJ, TJ, ZJ, XJ, KJ, and KK all have the same bolt pattern (5x4.5 or 5x114.3). I have a list compiled of all alloy 5x4.5 Jeep wheels with whatever extra info about them I've been able to confirm. I'll probably add the steelies to at at some point.

Jeep alloy 5x4.5 pattern wheels.
  • 5 Slot 15x6 unknown BS (probably 4.25)
  • Turbine 15x7 5.25 BS
  • Lace 15x7 5.25 BS
  • 5 Star 15x7 5.25 BS
  • 10-hole 15x7 5.25 BS variation include beveled holes and/or rivets
  • Teardrop 15x7 5.25 BS
  • Ecco 15x7 5.25 BS ~19 lbs
  • Grizzly 15x7 5.25 BS ~19 lbs
  • Canyon 15x8 5.5 BS ~20 lbs
  • Ravine 15x8 5.5 BS ~17-18 lbs
  • Gambler 15x8? 5.5 BS
  • TJ Moab 16x8 5 BS no step between spokes ~25.5 lbs; with step lighter but unknown
  • Icon 16x7 5.25 BS ~21 lbs
  • ZJ Timberline (aka Snowflake) 16x? 5.25 BS
  • TSI 16x7? 5.25 BS
  • Silver star (ZJ 5.9) 16x7 5.25 BS ~20-21 lbs
  • No info on early ZJ 5 slanted spoke wheels.
  • Unknown name KJ wheel 16x7 unknown BS (prolly 5.5) ~24 lbs
  • Unknown name KJ wheel 16x7 unknown BS (prolly 5.5) ~24 lbs
  • Unknown name KJ wheel 16x7 unknown BS (prolly 5.5) ~24 lbs
  • Unknown name KJ wheel 17x7.5 unknown BS (prolly 5.5)
  • Keystone 16x7 unknown BS
  • Victory 17x7 unknown BS
  • Echelon 18x7 unknown BS

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For what it's worth, I know of at least 4 different TJ (5 on 4.5) Moab rims
03 had clearcoat over aluminum face with painted silver inserts
04 to 05 had full painted silver
06 full painted silver and have the "step" around the edge instead of the curve or roll in edges.
and then the darker inserts on the rare Rubicon/Sahara package

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