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On a CJ7 '81 with no lift and/or modifications, would a 15x10 wheel rub?
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I'm running 15x10 wheels with 31x10.50 tires (I know...the treat is smaller than the tire, but when you're poor...well) and mine rubbed the inside of the front fenders when I turned and was articulating. I plan on putting a set of 31x12.50 tires I got REAL cheap, and they will probably rub also.

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i'm running 15x10's w/32 11.5 15 a/t's with no lift at all and I have never rubbed even during flex.

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Depends on tire size, wheel offset, narrow or widetrack. For example I run 15x10 with 4" backspace with a 35x12.50 (SOA) and the fronts rubbed the shocks flexing a lot, and the rears rub the inside of the well (tub edge) again flexing a lot.
The tire shop I deal with will mount a tire on a wheel for me to look at and check for fit before I buy anything, you may try that. Doubt they will let you drive on them, but you can get a good idea looking at them on the ground if it will work.

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