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Need Steel Rim Replacment help - 16x7

Discussion in 'Tire and Wheel Tech' started by love2fly, Apr 12, 2014.

  1. 76 PTO

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    I need this answer as well!!!
     
  2. PNWScooby

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    After a couple thousand miles mine are still great. Painted them dark grey today.
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    Just mounted the new Wheel Vintiques with 235/85/16 on my BJ42 with the stock suspension, seems to fit great. I painted the wheels with Rustoleum.

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    Quick question, what should I use for a spacer to mount the new wheel to the spare tire carrier. I need some sort of a spacer because of the different backspace of the wheel. I can probably fab something up, but thought I would ask.
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    I had the same issue and planned on fabbing something up, but decided it was easier to spend $20 on eBay.
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    Thanks for the info. I'm going to check ebay. I think a 1" spacer would probably work for me, what size did you use.
     
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    This paint is the closest I have seen to the original grey.

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    I used 1" spacer and have 33x12.50 Pro Comp Mud Terrain tires. Tire no longer rubs on the carrier and carrier now swings out to 90 degrees.
     
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    Anyone mount the 12-670604 smoothies on a dark gray 60/62? Would like to see what color works.
     
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    My 15x7 Vintiques won't fit on the front. The welds are sort of tallish and they bang into the brake calipers. I need to add a spacer I guess.

    Edit: they don't fit the back, either. Won't clear the GM metric calipers.
     
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    If someone is in need of one wheel spacer for your spare carrier I have one I will sell you. They come in sets of two so I have one on mine and no use for the other.
    Trail gear 1.25" 6x5.5 bolt pattern . I would do $25, free shipping. Spacer has never been taken out of box.
     
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    I am looking to purchase a set of these wheels as well. You have a little time to test them out, any pros and cons? Anyone that has purchase a set, a review would be much appreciated.