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Arrow Jeep Bolt pattern chart with back spacing & offset.

I came across the Jeep Bolt pattern chart when trying to help out one of our members today so I thought I would post it here.

It has the bolt pattern, back-spacing and offset for all Jeep wheels from 1988 to 2014.

https://www.discountedwheelwarehouse..._Reference.cfm
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I came across the Jeep Bolt pattern chart when trying to help out one of our members today so I thought I would post it here.

It has the bolt pattern, back-spacing and offset for all Jeep wheels from 1988 to 2014.

https://www.discountedwheelwarehouse..._Reference.cfm

That's a great resource - thanks Blue!


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That's a great resource - thanks Blue!


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Thanks for the link to the bolt pattern reference. But I guess I am a noob and am getting myself confused.



What is the difference between the commander " 127 High Positive Offset" vs the "127 Medium Offset" on the wranglers? My Commander wheels finish is looking pretty rough and I ran across 5x 2011 Wrangler unlimited wheels for under $100. Not sure if the offset would be a problem. I have no lift or spacers. Curious as to what those offset differences would be. Trying for a cheap solution for better wheels. Both wheels show 17x7.5. Thanks.

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What is the difference between the commander " 127 High Positive Offset" vs the "127 Medium Offset" on the wranglers? My Commander wheels finish is looking pretty rough and I ran across 5x 2011 Wrangler unlimited wheels for under $100. Not sure if the offset would be a problem. I have no lift or spacers. Curious as to what those offset differences would be. Trying for a cheap solution for better wheels. Both wheels show 17x7.5. Thanks.
The difference in offset is nearly negligible, as stock JK wheels have 44mm of offset and XK wheels have 47mm of offset. This quarter inch difference should be no problem. However, you may or may not be able to fit the Wrangler wheels without a spacer; XKs have a very large caliper that can interfere with certain designs of 17" wheels, including JK wheels.

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The difference in offset is nearly negligible, as stock JK wheels have 44mm of offset and XK wheels have 47mm of offset. This quarter inch difference should be no problem. However, you may or may not be able to fit the Wrangler wheels without a spacer; XKs have a very large caliper that can interfere with certain designs of 17" wheels, including JK wheels.
Thanks. I went and took a look at them. They were in very good condition, far better than my stock wheels, so I brought them home. When it is time for my tires I will just see if they are going to work. For $90 I at least should be able to get my money back if they do not work.
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Thanks. I went and took a look at them. They were in very good condition, far better than my stock wheels, so I brought them home. When it is time for my tires I will just see if they are going to work. For $90 I at least should be able to get my money back if they do not work.
Worst case scenario you won't have any trouble getting your money back - you might even stand to make a little extra.


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2011 JK's

I thought I had taken more pics but I can't find them. They just cleared the calipers without spacers. 245/65-17 Pirelli Scorpion Verde's.
Look nice on it I think.

Thanks for the help!


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On the lift

I also had new quick struts put on the front and front wheel bearings. Changed out front and rear diff fluids too. Jeep is riding great again. No more metal on metal sounds that my stereo could no longer hide. I think it may need rear wheel assemblies but my guy said to try the rear fluid change first.


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Looks good from what I can see of it. Your pics are pretty small though.


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