Alright, starting another thread because I done some test rattle bombs before stripping the wheels down and actually putting the effort into painting them right.
What’s the consensus? Graphite? Bronze? Or Gold?
Scored some decent Ravine’s for $80. Looking into Bronze HWP105 Duplicolor, or Graphite HWP102 Duplicolor.
Anybody done this before? I’ve seen a few black painted Ravine, and not a huge fan.
Jeep for reference, 2000 Sahara Desert Sand Pearl.
I have a 2006 Jeep TJ 6 speed manual.
I was looking at Mickey Thompson Baja boss M/T tires. 35x12.5R15LT.
Was wondering if anyone has these tires and how they hold up to mainly street driving (do they wear fast?). Yes I know they are mainly for off roading, I just like the aggressive look of...
I know the wheel question is often asked. So I’ll ask it again, mainly because I haven’t found pictures of these wheels on a TJ. A friend has them up for grabs but can decide. So if you’re running these post a pic!
Here’s what I’m looking at and here’s my Jeep now.
If I were to remove the rotors on my 2002 TJ, install 2" lug centric spacers, and reinstall my rotor on to the spacer lugs, am I making a mistake? Is there anything I'm missing that would make this a BAAAD idea?
Bought these before deciding I prefer the 05–06 style better. They appear to be aftermarket, with quality-control stickers dating in the 20-teens. I for one could not tell until I saw the stickers.
I have 5. Willing to sell as a set or individually. Let's say $65 each if selling...
Does anyone else have a really loose steering column, like to the point that its difficult to drive on the highway because the wheels go all over the road and you cant feel it in the steering wheel. Like its so bad that i cant shake the steering wheel pretty violently and the car wont turn at...
If your heading north chances are you will be rolling through Calgary before you hit the Alaska Highway.
Here’s our contact info if you need anything for your Jeep.
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3850-32 Street NE Calgary, Alberta, Canada
4 wheels off a 2013 JK Jeep Wrangler. 17 x 7.5 inches. In great condition. One wheel has a small scratch. Please look at pictures. I work in the Riverside/Fontana area and can meet before or after work M-F.
I have 5, 34” Super Swamper Truxus MT tires, on 15” Eaton Steel Beadlocks. Lots of tread. 5x4.5 lug pattern. Should fit any Jeep TJ, LJ, and I think ZJ, MJ, and XJ . $700 obo, want to sell the full set of 5. Located in Arvada, can possibly deliver in Denver Metro area with a deposit. 34x12.5x15LT
The current Jeep:
• Stock 2006 Rubicon (automatic) with 31x10.5r16 tires
• 95% on the road (daily driver, but we also go on a lot of long trips throughout the states)
• 5% off-roading in mild to medium terrain, mostly to find cool views and camping spots (not looking to do extreme rock crawling...
I bought my car with the wheels you can see in the pics and I would like to buy new wider tyres and wheels.
I’m estimating how wider the car will be but for that I first want to be sure about the offset of the current wheels.
Is the offset of my current wheels 31.75?? Measured in...
Five 15x8 canyon wheels from a 2002 Jeep Wrangler sport. 4 of them have 31x10.5 general grabber at2 tires which seem to have decent tread, I just upgraded. The other still has I think the stock spare tire which is flat but the wheels is still good.
Asking 400 or best offer
Have a set of 5 16x8 Moab wheels with 32” Mudstar MTs mounted. Tires have about 1500 miles on them. Spare has no wear. Tires are 265/75-16. The spare is the newer Moab wheel. The other 4 are the older Moab wheel. theres some curb rash on one wheel and some minor scrapes here and there. Overall...