Any wheel that is 17x7.5 and has 6" of back spacing will work.
Offset is another figure, that is the same as back spacing, just measured a different way. Don't know the figure for the Commander. Both figures just tells you how far into the wheel is the face of wheel that butts up against the hub of the vehicle. It an important figure, and wheels won't fit, or can fit but make the vehicle handle all wrong and wear the tires and suspension much faster if its off more than just a little bit.Any wheel that is 17x7.5 and has 6" of back spacing will work.
Yes, correct bolt pattern is necessary. I didn't mention it because I thought that would be a known factor.You would also need the correct bolt pattern. Some members are using Wrangler Rubicon wheels so the bolt pattern for the Wrangler and Commander must be the same. Also, wheels from the previous model GC would be compatible. rangehat:
:rofl:...unless, of course, you are talking about Congressman Weiner! rangehat:
What year jeep Cherokee did you get your wheels off ofI just got wheels for my Commander from a Grand Cherokee, they fit nicely.
The standard wheels on my Commander were;
17" x 7,5, bolt pattern 5x127, offset 43,8.
I replaced them with the GC tyres, the only difference is the offset, which is 50,8.
In Switzerland that is still within the allowed tolerance, and I have to say that the 14mm of added width do make a difference. I like it actually better now, it's a little more stable than before, feels better. Really good on and offroad.
The tyres are Goodyear Wranglers, imho the best you can get for a Commander. Of course at winter you need something like Nokian Tyres, those guys know their stuff about winter.
But please note that there are many different tyre sizes for both Commander and GC, so you need to be careful. And also you should consider the tyre pressure sensors in your cost calculations.