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By jk SAVAGE from staten island new york
Great Looking Wheel, great price
Great looking wheel and for a great price. Transformed the look of my JK.
Only complaints with these wheels are that they aren't hubcentric (not a big deal, just take care in putting them on) and the center cap covers are loose-fitting when the wheel is installed.
By SS from Michigan
Put these on my lifted JK and they look perfect! Love the classic locker look!
What's the biggest tire size I can run on a 2000 Cadillac escalade stock height with these wheels ??
Rossi from Inglewood on
The PXA7069-7973 is a 5 lug bolt pattern for a Jeep. Your Escalade has a 6 x 5.5 lug pattern. This style wheel for your Escalade is a PXA7069-7983 and it will fit but because
it is 9 inches wide it will stick out a lot. Also the tire will rub when you turn. I would recommend a rim no wider than 8 inches and a back spacing of 4.5 inch or greater.
Thank You for your question. Jon Snyder 4Wheelparts
from Inglewood on
What is the largest tire size I can use with this on a stock 2014 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Rubicon without any fitment issues? And will the OEM pressure sensors work with this wheel?
RP from Blanchard, OK on
Largest tire you can fit is a 305/65R17 would fit with this wheel without issues. Yes, you can use the factory tire sensors. Thank you.
from Blanchard, OK on
On a 2005 Jeep LJ Rubicon unlimited with a 4.5" Nth degree lift and factory hubs:
I want to put Goodyear MTR 37" (37"x12.5"x17")tires on it. Is this a compatible wheel? Is there anything else that must be done to have the proper clearances for articulation and turning radius?
J from on
First up, this is the wrong lug pattern. Your vehicle has a 5 on 4.5 lug pattern unless you have upgraded to the larger 5 on 5.5 lug pattern. I suggest a 3.50" to 4.50" wheel backspace when running a 37.12.50 tire. I also recommend adding a Daystar 1 Inch Body Lift Part Number: DAYKJ04508BK to fully clear that tire size. Please note: You will need to add more bump stop height to keep the tires from rubbing inside the wheel well when the tire is at the peak if up-travel. I hope that helps. Thank you
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