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Unread 01-19-2016, 03:52 PM   #1
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Hi all, I'm not a forum veteran here so if I step on any toes, be sure to let me know!

My dad used to drive an old MJ Comanche for years. It was a 1987 or 1988 red comanche pioneer 4x4. I think it had a 4.0 with a 5 speed if memory serves me. Very cool little truck. Anyways, I ran across an old picture of it from the late 90's and noticed that it appeared to have aftermarket wheels and tires on it. I'm pretty positive that it's stock ride height and unmodified in any other way. It's a blurry picture so bear with me but I was wondering if you all had any good guesses to the approximate wheel and tire size on his truck, I'm not good at eyeballing stuff like that but I think it had a good look to it, and I want to get an XJ before too long and set it up about the same way.



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Almost impossible to say from the pic, but looks like the old stock steel rims to me. Last one on the page.

http://www.jeepforum.com/forum/f177/...opedia-320730/

As for the tire size, they look stock or close to it as well. You can run 235s on a stock XJ no problem and they're a little bigger than the stock options. Most people say they're what should have been the stock size.
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Almost impossible to say from the pic, but looks like the old stock steel rims to me. Last one on the page.

http://www.jeepforum.com/forum/f177/...opedia-320730/

As for the tire size, they look stock or close to it as well. You can run 235s on a stock XJ no problem and they're a little bigger than the stock options. Most people say they're what should have been the stock size.



I don't think they're stock wheels, they appear to be deep dish wheels which i don't think came on jeeps of that vintage and it's hard to tell in the pic but i think the wheels extend past the fenders slightly. As for the tires, I appreciate the input, they look like they fit like a glove but they definitely look bigger than the tires that come on these trucks from the factory.
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