Dynatrac 2" lift on a Rubicon - Wheel choices

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Thanks, tires are tucked nicely. Yes, I've decided on 35's. Lots of time to think it over these days. I prefer the old school look myself, because I am old. But more of the slotted look. Prefer polished aluminum over black but none available. There sure is a wide open market out there for JL aftermarket rims with the right specs.

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I've found a set of slotted style similar to what was used in the 70's on CJ5's and CJ7's. Company called US Mags. Indy U101 is the wheel I believe. Couldn't find offset or back spacing. I would definitely like to know if they fit and tuck under with a 33 or 35 inch tire.
 

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I have the dynatrac lift with 315/70r17 on AEV Pintlers. Sticking out just an inch or so and no rubbing at all.
 
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I've found a set of slotted style similar to what was used in the 70's on CJ5's and CJ7's. Company called US Mags. Indy U101 is the wheel I believe. Couldn't find offset or back spacing. I would definitely like to know if they fit and tuck under with a 33 or 35 inch tire.
Good find, those look great. Checked on Summit's site and it appears that they are made in minus offsets. There is one with a 0 offset but that won't work to keep them tucked under.
https://www.summitracing.com/search...r=part-type&N=wheel-bolt-pattern-app:5-x-5-in

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