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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 06-08-2016, 09:18 AM Thread Starter
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Just installed Moab wheels...

Looks pretty sexy IMO. 245/75-17 Goodyear Wranglers, 1/4" spacers needed to clear calipers (2mm offset difference from stock wheels). Aside from that, no rubbing issues on fender wells. Even though it's only rwd, I may install a 2" spacer lift to look a bit more aggressive and give a little more clearance.
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Looks sharp!

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Looks good!
I'm amazed there is no rubbing also.
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the only rubbing that would have occurred would have been the inside of the wheel against the calipers. There's a 2mm offset difference between these and the stockers. 1/4" spacers fixed that. Will be installing 1" spacers next week.

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