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Old March 21st, 2008, 01:06 PM   #1
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I have 4 wagon wheels and tires off a 1983 CJ-7 - these are the stock rims (which are 5 x 5.5 bolt pattern). The rims have some surface rust, but these could be blasted and repainted to make some nice rims. (most of the orginal paint is still on them). The tires held air about a year ago when I used them last - they have been sitting covered since. Tread is ok, but I would only use them as rollers (or get some new rubber for them).

They are currently in Saint Charles, Mi. I can deliver at your cost.

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Sorry - the pics are from my phone.




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What is the width, and offset on the wheel?

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The tires are Goodyear wranglers P235/75R15

I am guessing that the offset is about -38???? 10" wheel with 4" backspace. I am not sure if that is correct though? Thats what I got from https://rsracing.com/tech-wheel.html
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I am guessing that the offset is about -38???? 10" wheel with 4" backspace.[/URL]
My mistake... I meant to say backspacing, not offset.
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They look more like a 7" wheel. Don't think a 235/75 will stretch to a 10" wheel.
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The tires are Goodyear wranglers P235/75R15

I am guessing that the offset is about -38???? 10" wheel with 4" backspace. I am not sure if that is correct though? Thats what I got from https://rsracing.com/tech-wheel.html
Maybe it's just me but for some reason those wheels look more like 8" wide rather than 10". If they're stock, than they may only be 7" ? Especially when you consider the size tire mounted on them.

Just trying to help.
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They look more like a 7" wheel. Don't think a 235/75 will stretch to a 10" wheel.
Ahhh, you beat me to it. Look at our post times. Your were reading my mind!:tonka:
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Maybe it's just me but for some reason those wheels look more like 8" wide rather than 10". If they're stock, than they may only be 7" ? Especially when you consider the size tire mounted on them.

Just trying to help.
Yeah, you are probably right.... They are only 7 or 8's. These look like the stock rims. What is the best way to measure the width?
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Yeah, you are probably right.... They are only 7 or 8's. These look like the stock rims. What is the best way to measure the width?
With the tires on it's kinda hard. You can either use a tire width gauge at a tire shop to measure the width or get creative with something. I don't know for sure, but after taking a second look at them in the picture and judging by the tire size... I'd say 7". If they're 8" wide, than it shouldn't really matter to most people.

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Yeah, you are probably right.... They are only 7 or 8's. These look like the stock rims. What is the best way to measure the width?
Look at the back side of the wheel and there is a real goocd chance that rim size is stamped some where on the wheel. Might have to scrap some dirt away but usually it is stamped there somewhere. Especially if they are actually OEM wheels. I do not think that those are OEM though. Still probably stamped there somewhere. I would guess those to be 8" wide
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Look at the back side of the wheel and there is a real goocd chance that rim size is stamped some where on the wheel. Might have to scrap some dirt away but usually it is stamped there somewhere. Especially if they are actually OEM wheels. I do not think that those are OEM though. Still probably stamped there somewhere.
Thanks! I will take a look at them the next time I am at my Dad's house and see if I can find any markings.
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i'll give $40.00 for them.
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