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jeep moab (rubicon) rims???

I know the lug pattern fits rangers but does anybody know if the hub is an issue with these rims? http://jdid.jeeps-offroad.com/JDID's...Auction/w1.jpg
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I think I remember hearing something about requiring a spacer I could be wrong though.
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I think you have to either use spacers, or bore out the center hub..

something like that
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I think it was the hub...
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thats weird, my stock ranger wheels wouldn't fit on my d30 hubs and i had to bore the center hole out.

i would think the hole on the jeep would be bigger but i guess not.
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Kinda ugly rims............
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why would you want them on your ranger you already have 15x10?
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why would you want them on your ranger you already have 15x10?
Im going to be downsizing short-term because i drive alot of highway miles and I dont want to waist my m/t's and i had found a set of the rubicons w/ radials on cragslist.
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Those rims would actually look pretty pimp being black.. maybe you might think of taking a quick wet sand to them, acidwash them, and have them powdercoated? :-D


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I'd leave 'em alone. They look good!
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