Help with my decision please

6ixJeeper

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Hello! I’m currently running Michelin defender LTX M/S 235 70 16 with stock rims
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Wondering what I will have to do to get a set of procomps to fit my current setup without having to lift my jeep or at very minimal, cut it. I really don’t want to cut it. Does anyone know what set of procomps fit on her? If I have to go wider tires I could leave some feedback and suggestions please. Here is the rim or something similar that I want on my jeep. Something more concave like the 97
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Discount Tire to the rescue. Plug in your Jeep Liberty, search wheels and it'll give you all the numbers you need. The picture is for my 2002 Libby. Your wheel bolt pattern is 5x4.5" or 5x114.3 for Canadians.


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Thanks! If I wanted to take it off-roading and say level 3-4 trails it should be okay with the backspacing? Sorry what’s the x7?
WHEELS WOULD BE FINE SINCE SAME SIZE AS STOCK
Unlifted that is the best way to go, well only way
to go off road on any trails, skid plates, recovery points front and rear etc at a minimum
 
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