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Yesterday 09:00 AM
Luke95 I run a 13.5 on 8 widescreen and run them at like 4.5 to 6 psi. I have taped the beads and just send it.

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02-15-2020 10:35 PM
TheBoogieman
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Where'd you get those wheels on the red wrangler? Also I got stock steelies and have no intention on keeping em, I guess I jumped the gun on these wheels but I'll take you're advise and get a new set.

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I did an Ebay search for simulated beadlocks and went with the best (cheapest) deal. I had the same wheels in 8" on my 05' TJ. Pro Comp wheels. I got my XJ steel wheels at Quadratec for $39.95 each last year. I went with black satin instead of my usual gloss black.
02-15-2020 10:18 PM
kluttsy01
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Most people would recommend an 8" wide wheel even with a 12.5" wide tire to hold the bead. I've even ran 7" wide with 35s. I've had 10" wide wheels on a couple of my Jeeps with 35x12.50s (current Rubicon) and they were alright at 10-12 psi. I would never even try to run them with a 10.5" tire. Tire shops around here wouldn't ever mount them (liability issue). My new 8" wheels on my XJ were only $160 (4) with the center caps.
Where'd you get those wheels on the red wrangler? Also I got stock steelies and have no intention on keeping em, I guess I jumped the gun on these wheels but I'll take you're advise and get a new set.

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02-15-2020 10:14 PM
TheBoogieman
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Because 33s are cheaper than 35s and I didnt wanna do more than a 4.5" lift and do any more trimming than I absolutely positively had to do. And 10.5s instead of 12.5s because I was worried about rubbing at full lock.
A washer on the steering stops worked on my 99' to fix that problem (rubbing at full lock). A friend's Jeep with 33x10.50s and stock wheels. He didn't even have to trim the plastic up front.
02-15-2020 01:44 PM
TheBoogieman
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But what would be so bad about airing down with that setup? Genuinely curious.
Most people would recommend an 8" wide wheel even with a 12.5" wide tire to hold the bead. I've even ran 7" wide with 35s. I've had 10" wide wheels on a couple of my Jeeps with 35x12.50s (current Rubicon) and they were alright at 10-12 psi. I would never even try to run them with a 10.5" tire. Tire shops around here wouldn't ever mount them (liability issue). My new 8" wheels on my XJ were only $160 (4) with the center caps.
02-15-2020 01:11 AM
S8NNG8
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10" wide wheels with 10.5" wide tires? I hope you don't ever plan to air down. <img src="https://www.jeepforum.com/ubb/nono.gif" border="0" alt="" title="No!" class="inlineimg" />
Meh I shouldn't have to worry about airing down too much, most thing we do around here is mud and a little bit of trails. But what would be so bad about airing down with that setup? Genuinely curious.


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You'll blow a bead and have to reseat the tire on the trail, if it's not damaged. Regardless, that wide of a rim is going to buckle the tread and cause you premature tire wear.
02-15-2020 12:59 AM
kluttsy01
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10" wide wheels with 10.5" wide tires? I hope you don't ever plan to air down.
Meh I shouldn't have to worry about airing down too much, most thing we do around here is mud and a little bit of trails. But what would be so bad about airing down with that setup? Genuinely curious.


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02-15-2020 12:46 AM
TheBoogieman
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Yes 15x10. And 3.75" of back spacing if I'm reading this right.


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10" wide wheels with 10.5" wide tires? I hope you don't ever plan to air down.
02-14-2020 10:03 PM
kluttsy01
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Thats the same as what i have with 33x12.5's and there is no rubbing.

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I wasnt sure if they would but I didnt wanna blow 600 bucks for them to rub and have to find different wheels and all that bs so I just went with what I knew

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02-14-2020 10:01 PM
Pinoy59
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Uhh scroll up a bit I posted a pic I think they're 3 3/4" but I could be reading it wrong. I have tape stretched across the very back of the rim and measured from the back of lug hole to the tape.


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Thats the same as what i have with 33x12.5's and there is no rubbing.

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02-14-2020 10:00 PM
kluttsy01
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What is the backspacing on the rims?

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Uhh scroll up a bit I posted a pic I think they're 3 3/4" but I could be reading it wrong. I have tape stretched across the very back of the rim and measured from the back of lug hole to the tape.


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02-14-2020 09:57 PM
Pinoy59
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Because 33s are cheaper than 35s and I didnt wanna do more than a 4.5" lift and do any more trimming than I absolutely positively had to do. And 10.5s instead of 12.5s because I was worried about rubbing at full lock.

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What is the backspacing on the rims?

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02-14-2020 09:32 PM
kluttsy01
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Just curious, why 33x10.5 tires?

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Because 33s are cheaper than 35s and I didnt wanna do more than a 4.5" lift and do any more trimming than I absolutely positively had to do. And 10.5s instead of 12.5s because I was worried about rubbing at full lock.

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02-14-2020 08:32 PM
Pinoy59
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Fun fact or atleast I didnt know you can fit 4 wheels and 4 33" tires in the back of a cherokee with the seat folded down.

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Just curious, why 33x10.5 tires?

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02-14-2020 07:50 PM
Luke95 Before my shock hoops I rocked out with a air mattress and sleeping bag in my two door

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