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Im thinking about buying Moab rims from a seller on craigslist. He has 4 Moab wheels with 255/75/17 Mud-Terrain tires on them for $500 that he took off his Rubicon. Im wondering if they would fit on a 2' lifted WK because im going to be buying a lift kit soon and im looking for tires and wheels possibly.

These are the wheels with the tires on them in question
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They will fit, you will need wheel spacers. I hve the same thing sitting in my garage waiting my lift kit and spacers to come.
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Re: Rubicon tires

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They will fit, you will need wheel spacers. I hve the same thing sitting in my garage waiting my lift kit and spacers to come.
True story. I'd recommend spidertrax.
Good deal on those as wheel/tires too! I found a guy near me selling 5 moabs with decently worn 275/75 BFG ATs for $400 or best offer. But he lists them as 5x5.5, which I dont think is right (they are probably 5x5)and I rather spend 300 on Bilsteins then wheels right now.. my stockers will have to do.

Good luck with the new lift and wheels.
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