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Post  Ryan McKee 6/29/2012, 4:27 am

Does anyone have their 5 original Canyon rims sitting around? I'd like to pick up a set and ditch my black steelies in favor of some aluminum rims. I think it fits the direction I'm going with the build much better than the black steel does anymore.

Thanks!
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Post  Mark 6/29/2012, 8:54 am

Ryan,
You might want to get in touch with Ken (KiloTango) because he had a set of 5 that he was selling.
He might have sold them.
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Post  Jeepin Dave 6/29/2012, 2:05 pm

If Ken doesnt still have his, I know of a set of 4 for sale out here in Western Mass. They have 33-9.50 BFG AT's on em for rollers and to pass inspection. $100

These are the TJ Canyons, not the Xj ones. So they are 15x8, not 15x7 like the XJ ones were.

What do you have for black steelies? Stock or aftermarket?
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Post  Ryan McKee 6/29/2012, 2:21 pm

Jeepin Dave wrote:If Ken doesnt still have his, I know of a set of 4 for sale out here in Western Mass. They have 33-9.50 BFG AT's on em for rollers and to pass inspection. $100
What do you have for black steelies? Stock or aftermarket?

Ken has Ravines, per his e-mail earlier. I'd be interested, but don't need the tires. What part of W.Ma? My folks are heading out there in two weeks to visit family in Williamstown... maybe a rendezvous could be arranged.

I've got Cragar Soft-8s x 5. 15x8" dimensions with center caps.
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Post  Mark 6/29/2012, 2:53 pm

Ryan are you going to use spacers or just putting rims on as they are?
Canyon rims have alot of backspacing 5.5" and your tires will rub on lower c arms as you have 35s.
And maybe on rear frame when flexing.




* 15x8 aluminum
* 5 on 4.5" bolt pattern
* Backspacing = 5.5"
* Optional wheel with 30" tire package
* Offset = +25 m


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Post  JaFra 6/29/2012, 3:55 pm

Dude, you're about a year too late. I sold mine and shipped them on my dime, ended up netting a profit of about $17.00 Mad
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Post  Ryan McKee 6/29/2012, 5:40 pm

Markmmaark wrote:Ryan are you going to use spacers or just putting rims on as they are?
Canyon rims have alot of backspacing 5.5" and your tires will rub on lower c arms as you have 35s.
And maybe on rear frame when flexing.

The plan would be to run 1.25-1.5" wheel spacers all around.
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Post  Mark 6/29/2012, 9:19 pm

That would be the way to go with the back spacing.
If you get 1.25 for front and 1.50 rear you could make up for 8.8 width, or lack there of.
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