Any suggestions for 17x9 +12 wheel fitment on a sport with 315/70s?

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I like. They match the color of the Jeep.

Please post one from the front and one from the back if you have them. I want to see how far they stick out past the fenders.

What size tires are these?
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I like. They match the color of the Jeep.

Please post one from the front and one from the back if you have them. I want to see how far they stick out past the fenders.

What size tires are these?
17x9 -12. And i can post more just has to wait till i can get a break. If not ill post them in the morning. They stick out about .75-1 inch with oem k02s.
 

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I had more but it would have to wait till later.

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Do you know which offset are those wheels? I think they are available in -12 and 0. Yours look great!
 

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Do you know which offset are those wheels? I think they are available in -12 and 0. Yours look great!
-12 i beleive I also have these exact rims posted for 800 rims only. But I’m waiting on the stealership to get back to me on when I can come get the car.
 

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-12 i beleive I also have these exact rims posted for 800 rims only. But I’m waiting on the stealership to get back to me on when I can come get the car.
I am looking at them in Bronze. Why do you want to sell them? Also, is there a problem with your jeep?
 

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I am looking at them in Bronze. Why do you want to sell them? Also, is there a problem with your jeep?
I have it posted on here. Jeep has been in the shop for about 5 months now. Cant be deemed a lemon supposedly just cause it’s out of the law terms. Im currently looking to get out of the jeep and move on to a car cause I drive an hour to work everyday and it’s no longer reasonable. Plus with 5 months wait on seat mounting and frame issues plus getting it back in worse condition every time. I prefer to never have a chrysler product in my garage again. Looking to sell everything and move forward.
 

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I have it posted on here. Jeep has been in the shop for about 5 months now. Cant be deemed a lemon supposedly just cause it’s out of the law terms. Im currently looking to get out of the jeep and move on to a car cause I drive an hour to work everyday and it’s no longer reasonable. Plus with 5 months wait on seat mounting and frame issues plus getting it back in worse condition every time. I prefer to never have a chrysler product in my garage again. Looking to sell everything and move forward.
Understood. I am mostly a Toyota guy. I totally understand and have zero patience for vehicle issues.
 

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I have it posted on here. Jeep has been in the shop for about 5 months now. Cant be deemed a lemon supposedly just cause it’s out of the law terms. Im currently looking to get out of the jeep and move on to a car cause I drive an hour to work everyday and it’s no longer reasonable. Plus with 5 months wait on seat mounting and frame issues plus getting it back in worse condition every time. I prefer to never have a chrysler product in my garage again. Looking to sell everything and move forward.
What exactly is the issue with the Jeep? That is a long time to be without your vehicle.
 

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What exactly is the issue with the Jeep? That is a long time to be without your vehicle.
So super long story made short. Both front seat rails came apart so the seats moved freely. Brought it to a dealer and 3 and a half months later they “fixed” it. The next day the whole driver seat can be moved by ha d cause they stripped the mounting bolt hole so bad it allows the bolt to do circles in place. Now at about 6-7 months im still in a rental and still trying to figure it out. I’d post the video of there work but it shows files to long
 

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Understood. I am mostly a Toyota guy. I totally understand and have zero patience for vehicle issues.
I can be Patient. But I’m no push over. You dont find Toyota’s on the side of the road and I stand behind them 100%.
 

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As a data point, I'm running 17x9 -6 on my Willys. I tried them stop to stop on the Rubicon takeoff suspension I had on at the time, and there were no clearance issues of any kind. I was going to run that way for awhile until I got a chance to put the new lift on, but then circumstances changed, and I ended up putting it on right away. I didn't drive like that, but I think it really would have been fine. I probably would have even wheeled it like that.

I haven't gotten around to doing anything with the Rubicon takeoff suspension yet. I'm only going to sell the wheels and tires locally, but I could probably ship the springs and shocks. I saved a box from my lift kit for that purpose, even. It was a good, cheap, effective lift that gave me a taste of whether or not I wanted more. Which, of course I did :CWL:
 

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I'm concerned about tucking such a large wheel so close to my control arms, and I'd be worried that at full turn, I'd be grinding rubber into my suspension. Not at all worried about fender rubbing- not planning on flexing hard enough to run into that any time soon, and I'll be taking off the front air dams anyway. By the time I'm able to go out and flex like that, I'll have picked up Rubi takeoff shocks/springs for a little more clearance. Just to clarify, I understand the backspacing difference, and yes, I have plugged it into rimsntires.com. At the moment, I'm not concerned about a regear, or a lift; that's another battle for another day. I've tried searching every dark corner of the forum for a definitive answer, but I've had no such luck.

This is my daily driver, 99% of miles are pavement, so my primary concern is for on-road performance. I'm going with a set of 5 315/70r17 BFG K02s. The wheels I'm looking at are the Rocktrix RT105s, which come in a +12, and -12 offset. Obviously a -12 would fit, but I'd also be worried about putting too much strain on my axles and wheels bearings, wearing them out prematurely. Anybody been in a similar boat with some hindsight advice to give me?
That's exactly I have on my Rubicon. I bought Fuel Assault wheels with the specs you gave and have had no problems at all.
 
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