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post #1 of 9 Old 01-03-2005, 11:06 PM Thread Starter
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TJ wheel bolt pattern

I have a YJ but I can get a set of wheels that came off of a TJ. Just wanted to know what bolt pattern the TJ's come with. (The YJ has a 5 on 4.5")

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I have a YJ but I can get a set of wheels that came off of a TJ. Just wanted to know what bolt pattern the TJ's come with. (The YJ has a 5 on 4.5")
TJ is 5x4.5"

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TJ is 5x4.5"

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So they are the same???
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So they are the same???
TJs are 5x4.5"...

if you say that YJs are 5x4.5" (I don't know this for a fact) then yes, they are the same...

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Whould the offset of some american racing 767 black steel wheels be the same for the TJ and the YJ???
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With the standard 4" BS on the 767, you will be fine on a YJ or a TJ.

BUT, as to the factory rims, the YJ has leaf springs and if I remember correctly needs more BS than the factory TJ rims. The TJ has @ 5.5"of BS, and will hit the springs when turning.

I am not positive on the TJ rims fitment to the YJ, So someone please pipe in and correct me if I am wrong!

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With the standard 4" BS on the 767, you will be fine on a YJ or a TJ.

BUT, as to the factory rims, the YJ has leaf springs and if I remember correctly needs more BS than the factory TJ rims. The TJ has @ 5.5"of BS, and will hit the springs when turning.

I am not positive on the TJ rims fitment to the YJ, So someone please pipe in and correct me if I am wrong!

CW
YJ's have the same 5.5" of backspacing. The rims were just narrower, is all.

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YJ rims work on TJ's, and TJ rims work on YJ's.
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