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Old 02-16-2021, 05:37 PM
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hey,does anyone here know how to.......
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IF i was gonna put FSJ wheels on my baby jeep what kind of adapter would I need?

If its even possible? I have a spare set of FSJ 1989 OEM rims and rubber for the wifes car, she drives the Caddy now so i want to repurpose the rims and tires on baby jeep (1988 wrangler) as I need new rubber and the chromed rims look like crap after 30 years...

I dont wheel anymore....possibly a well maintained forrest service road is the most abuse baby gets nowadays

what would I need? the baby's tires are 31X 11.5 and the OEM rims rubber is 31X 10.5

Abort? Retry? Ignore? >

86 GrandWag. Howell fuel Injected 360. MSD Ignition + Dizzy. 727/229 swap BJ's 2" Lift and 31's

88 Wrangler 4.2, Howell TBI and MSD - Borla Headers w/ Cat-back + winch and 31's AND a M416 trailer (-:

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Old 02-17-2021, 12:55 PM
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Doesn't the baby Jeep have a 5x4.5 wheel pattern? At least, iirc, that's the bolt patter that all my baby Jeeps had. If so, you would have to adapt from 5x4.5 to 6x5.5. Darn, sure miss having any type of Jeep, you lucky dogs'!
Currently without
1986 G.W. 360
1986 Eagle Wag
1985 G.W. 360
1984 Eagle Wag
1981 Wag 360
1978 Wag 401
1981 Cherk W/T 258
1966 Wag Super 327
Not counying XJs'.
[Did have a 94 & more recently a '97 GC with 5.2. for awhile. Just not the same! Now have the FSJ blues!
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Old 02-20-2021, 02:07 AM
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Easiest way is to look for a set of OEM 84 and up Cherokee aluminum wheels. Those should be a better buy the Wrangler wheels. They're 7"x15, can run 31's, no problem.
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"Beast" - 81 "S" W/T, 85-360, T-18, Lock-rite,wag alloys, 31-10.50 Pro Comp MT's, Warn 8274 in a fabbed bumper/deer strainer(tested and approved)

88 XJ, 3" lift, 31-10.50's, custom bumpers and winch/tow bar mounts, Warn 9500HS, custom sliders/steps, camo paint, & headliner

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