Post pics of your JL billet silver aftermarket wheels

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Hey guys, I would appreciate anyone posting photographs of their JL billet silver with their aftermarket wheels. I am looking for new wheels for my Rubicon which is billet silver. Please post the specs including offset, backspace and size. I am only looking for 17 inch as I already have 315 –70– 17 BF good rich Ko2 On my jeep with the upgraded Rubicon wheels. I am looking for a zero offset up to maybe 20 upset. I do not like the negative offset, As the negative offset seems to make the tires stick out from the fenders too far for my taste. So far I have not found any that I like better than my Rubicon wheels. Thank you in advance.





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I know you want zero or positive offset but the negative offset does have its advantages as well. With the tire and wheel sticking further out on tough obstacles it can help rocks and such from hitting the fenders or body panels in tight situations. Just something to consider :like:

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