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post #1 of (permalink) Old 10-28-2001, 01:47 AM
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looking for 2.5 backspacing

hey guys, im looking for a rim with 2.5 backspacing for my 89yj can anyone help me out. im looking to be able to run 33X12.5 up the road and only want to buy rims once. im putting 31X10.5's on for now but want to be able to upgrade without having to buy rims again. thanks in advance for your help. Thom

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Re: looking for 2.5 backspacing

you are going to have to contact Willamet (spelling) wheel or stockton wheel. The lug pattern you have is different from ours. However don't give up hope there are a fwe jeep owners here.

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Re: looking for 2.5 backspacing

I think this is Willamette's Custom Wheels' site.
http://www.gresham.k12.or.us/student...explorer1.html

Try 4WD Warehouse for special order Rock Crawlers. You need to go through a sales rep for special orders. One disadvantage to the Rock Crawlers is that they are powder coated and are more difficult to cosmetically repair than Willamette's wheels.

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Re: looking for 2.5 backspacing

We carry a few diffferent style wheels with the Jeep lug and hub opening pattern, any backspacing.

http://www.rocky-road.com/wheels.html

Willamette might beat us by a buck or two on the wheel cost, but our shipping costs will end up making it a better deal than theirs when all is said and done. Overly inflated shipping is a way lots of companies get business by being a couple bucks less up front :^(
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Re: looking for 2.5 backspacing

Is it even legal to operate a business through a publically-funded high school web server? Sounds rather shady to me.


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Re: looking for 2.5 backspacing

Sounds like a respectable capitalist venter to me. I have a set of 5 Willamette's custom wheels and I couldn't be more please with the product, customer service, price and shipping. If I purchase more wheels, it will be from Willamette's again.

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Actually, this is a great example of a business working with the public schools, for the benefit of both. A business with no web site, works with the local high school, or community college, where students learn to do web development, by creating and maintaining the web site. The business is NOT a .com - they are what is called a "brick and mortar" business, meaning they have a real, physical location, and the web site just makes it possible to learn about their business, and contact them, over the internet, instead of being limited to phone and fax.

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Re: looking for 2.5 backspacing

Sounds like a respectable capitalist venter to me. I have a set of 5 Willamette's custom wheels and I couldn't be more >please with the product, customer service, price and shipping. If I purchase more wheels, it will be from Willamette's again.

Didn't mean to insinuate that Willamette's wheels were not good wheels. I have a set of theirs bought some time ago on one of my Zuks and have been very pleased.



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