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post #1 of (permalink) Old 11-20-2002, 11:00 PM
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What's the Zuki wheel copied from?

5X???

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post #2 of (permalink) Old 11-20-2002, 11:03 PM
 
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Re: Bolt Pattern

It is 5 on 5 1/2 . Fords and early jeeps have the same pattern.
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Thanks,
Thought it looked like Jeep but I haven't measured it so...

Ok wheels are gonna be cheap.
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I use white spoke style rims that came off a Ford shod with 235's. They rubbed on the front bumper until I trimmed the ends.
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Re: Bolt Pattern

The Jeeps are 1986 and prior, but 1976 and prior had drum front brakes so I don't know if the rims will clear a disk caliper. They do not clear the Jeep calipers, but then again, neither do the Zuki rims.

Scouts and some Dodges also used the same bolt pattern.
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In looking for rims the main problem I had was finding Ford or Dodge rims that have the LARGE center hole. I got a set of 1985 CJ7 factory white spoke rims and they work fine for 31s.
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what about the tracker/sidekick ??? i was told they are the same too?? 5x5??
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Yeah Weasel, the Tracker/Sidekicks are the same as Samurais, but when going with bigger tires you have to look for the others mentioned for the width.
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