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post #46 of Old 04-13-2014, 10:01 AM
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Just to add to the list of 15's that will fit. Helo HE791 fit without any grinding of the calipers. I was not able to use sticky wights though. Here's pre-BB pic just to make sure they would work.

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post #47 of Old 04-13-2014, 12:55 PM
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I run Jegs brand 15x8s, they aren't hub centric and they are 3.75" back spacing.


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post #48 of Old 04-13-2014, 03:03 PM
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Pro Comp 52 in both 15x8 and 15x10, 3.75" BS fit, no rubbing, no grinding needed.

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post #49 of Old 02-02-2015, 01:54 PM
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I'm thinking about making the move to the AR 23s 15x8 with 3.75 backspacing. I'll be throwing 33x12.5x15 on them. Does anyone know how far those will stick out? Can't have them going more than an inch past the fenders.
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post #50 of Old 02-02-2015, 05:27 PM
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The list is great but Im having a tough time finding any of the rims listed anywhere online. Any place that carries a wide selection? They show alot of the wheel but most are 5x4.5 or 5x5.5 not 5x5
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post #51 of Old 02-03-2015, 04:35 AM
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tirerack.com. just throw in your vehicle type and it will give you a lot of options with 5x5. they also have the best prices
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post #52 of Old 02-03-2015, 10:38 AM
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There are filtering features on summitracing.com to find wheel with a given bolt pattern, diameter, backspacing, and width.

Discounttiredirect.com may also have similar tools, as well as ntwonline.com and jegs.com.
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post #53 of Old 05-03-2015, 01:38 PM
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So im going with pro comp mt2 35x12.50x15r im gonna go with pro comp 52 steel wheels 15x10 5x5 with 3.75in back spacing and 1.75 in spacers .... does that sound like a good set up to not have to do any alterations to the calipers? I also have synergy 1 ton tire rod if that matters im also on a 3.5 in metal cloak lift its an 08 4 dr jkux. Need feed back asap
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So im going with pro comp mt2 35x12.50x15r im gonna go with pro comp 52 steel wheels 15x10 5x5 with 3.75in back spacing and 1.75 in spacers .... does that sound like a good set up to not have to do any alterations to the calipers? I also have synergy 1 ton tire rod if that matters im also on a 3.5 in metal cloak lift its an 08 4 dr jkux. Need feed back asap
I don't know much about jks, but you're planning on running 2" of backspacing total. That's going to make you extremely wide and wear your outer components like it's nobody's business.
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Pro Comp Rock Crawler 152's.....15x10 3.75 back spacing no rubbing..





Did you need new lugs or are the stock okay with these wheels?
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post #57 of Old 11-20-2015, 07:13 PM
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Summit racing brand 15X8's with 3.75 BS
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I like my MB72's, ran since 09 on my 07 Sahara, now on the 16 Rubi.
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Down side to 15" wheels is most upgraded tierod Kits will rub the tires .. If you stay with stock components you shouldn't have a problem.
That being said, why are folks so interested in going with 15".? Most if not all 15s run on the small size and tire as well as wheel selection is very limited. Is it just because they are cheaper?

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Down side to 15" wheels is most upgraded tierod Kits will rub the tires .. If you stay with stock components you shouldn't have a problem. That being said, why are folks so interested in going with 15".? Most if not all 15s run on the small size and tire as well as wheel selection is very limited. Is it just because they are cheaper?
Cheaper, more sidewall flex off-road, more options at 15".

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