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2008 Jeep Patriot Tires And Rims – If you never turn the steering wheel to the maximum and you don’t use the highway a lot, there is no problem.
Do you think if I hit the weld I might pull out or is the wheel too big.
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Would I have a problem if I chose a tire that was 215 x 35 on 18″ alloy?
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Rens914 said: Buy a smart Click to expand… Sorry what do you mean? Buy a smart car lol
Benzo said: What a shame – the studs should fit as they are 114.3 x 5 Will the 20mm spacers allow them to run without rubbing? Or have I lost the plot? Click to expand… Hi, I had 265-35-R20’s on our Jeep! They were factory fitted options with the Startech package.
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Trialsstar3 said: Hi, I had 265-35-R20 on our jeep! They were factory fitted options with the Startech package. View attachment 92110 View attachment 92109 Click to expand…
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Benzo said: I love it! looks so good! Did you have problems with tracking or turning the steering wheel?? Click to expand… Yes, they fit the patriots I think. I still have them just need to be fixed. They rubbed a little where the plastic cover goes over the panel joint. But my Jeep is lifted 2″…
So what are your wheel and tire sizes that you plan to run? Also what is the offset value? This should be thrown into the back of the spokes. You should be able to practice whether you need some space or not.
Trialsstar3 said: Yeah, I think they fit the patriots. I still have them just need to be fixed. They rubbed a little where the plastic cover goes over the panel joint. My Jeep is lifted 2″ though… So what are your wheel and tire sizes that you plan on running? Also what is the offset value? This should feed into the rear of the spokes. Should determine if they need you spaces or not Click to expand… offset value or Et is 34 or 38
Benzo said: View attachment 92112 These are the alloys I brought. Waiting for the 20mm spacer for the front. 18″ rims with 255 x 55 I was thinking I could buy smaller tires? Click to expand… Try to find the ET figure on the back of the rim which will tell you how far the wheels are from center.
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I did this quick comparison of my current wheels and tires to yours… Mine don’t rub at all.
Benzo said: offset or Et value is 34 or 38 Click to expand… This is with your offset and adjusted for 20mm spacers…
Trialsstar3 said: This is with your offset and custom 20mm spacers… View attachment 92115 Click to expand… trialsstar3 said: This is with your offset and custom 20mm spacers… View attachment 92115 Click to expand… Wow… thanks for that.
Benzo said: Wow… thanks for that. I just checked, I made a small mistake, the ET is 43. I was trying to fit the wheel as close to the original wheels as possible. I currently have stock 17″ wheels on mine. Will I need spacers if the ET is 43? Click to expand… So this is what your new testament would look like vs the old one. I think the first problem you’ll run into is caliper clearance on the back side of the spokes…
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I think a 10 to 15mm spacer would best position the wheel for tire clearance… Just not sure about your caliper spacing. Have you got the wheels yet? If so, try one out and let us know 👍
This is an older thread, you may not get a reply and you may be reviving an old thread. Consider creating a new topic. We were trying to find a great 15″ option for the Patriot and with the help of a fellow forum member we did just that. In fact we found 3 great 15″ options for our patriot. Take a look at.
As we mentioned at Discount Tire, they want your help: Anyone using 15″ Wheels? thread, our internal fitment guide tells us that a 16″ wheel is the smallest diameter that will fit the Patriot. After looking at the Patriot’s brake dimensions and the dimensions of some of our aftermarket 15×7 0mm offset wheels, we decided it was time to test the fit. Looking at the wheel specs, we found that a 15×7 with 0mm offset should sit pretty similar to the factory wheel with a 32mm (1.25″) wheel spacer. If this would fit over the patriot brakes, running a wheel with these specs would give the owner vehicle the opportunity to use a wider and taller tire without the use of wheel spacers.
Before I get to the bottom line, some of you may be asking, “Why would anyone want to run 15” wheels on their Patriot?…
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Here are a few reasons… First, if you’ve been looking for an off road tire option, some of you may have discovered that there aren’t many models or sizes of 16″ or 17″ off road tires to choose from for the Patriot. 15″ on the other hand, offers plenty of options for off-road tires. Also, going down to 15″ is also great for off-road performance. Compared to 16″ and 17″ tires of the same diameter, the 15″ tire provides more sidewall height for better off-road performance and handling when lowered. 15″ tire and wheel combinations can also save you some money at the pump. Depending on the wheel you choose, 15″ alloy wheel and tire combinations tend to weigh less compared to larger diameter wheels and tires. This weight savings without a spring translates into fuel savings. Note* If fuel economy is one of the main reasons for which you are considering fitting 15″ wheels and tires we recommend swapping an alloy wheel over a steel wheel. Best of all, 15″ tires tend to be more economical, so when you get to the next set, you’ll have more money to spend on other Jeep mods
Epper: we were able to test fit several 15″ wheel models on the Jeep Patriot along with several larger tire options (compared to stock). Here’s what we found…
15×7 ET0 (4″ BS) Unikue 297, 15×7 ET0 (4″ BS) Cragar Soft 8, 15×7 ET0 (4″ BS) MB TKO, and 15×7 ET0 (4″ BS) MB Chaos 5 all cleaned up the Patriot brake space abundantly and do NOT require wheel spacers. The sizes we tested were 225/75-15, 235/75-15 and 30×9.50-15. We chose these sizes since many members here build their Patriots and use 29″+ tires. Please see the pictures below for notes.
*Note that aroundincircle’s Patriot has a 2-1/8″ lift and PVM done. Also, any of these wheels can be used with any of these tire sizes to create the combination you are looking for.
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Notes: This setup may fit unlifted Patriots IF the owner is willing to cut the weld and cut the fender liner on the front fenders. No rear fender modification required.
With a 2 1/8″ lift this tire needs some modification to the weld (cut or bent) and also needs some modification to the front fender liners.
MajorDeal said: I think you have this backwards. You generally don’t want to run anything less than 235 on 15″x8″ wheels. Click to expand… MajorDeal said: I think you have this backwards. You generally don’t want to run anything less than 235 on 15″x8″ wheels. Click to expand… That’s exactly what I was trying to accomplish. But based on the OP they put 235 on 7in wide rims and that’s fine?
Coop0606 said: Hi, thanks for writing this. I looked at the MB TKO on your website and only see the 15×8 option with no 7 inch option. Has it been discontinued? Also, I understand that it’s not safe or wise to run the 235 on anything less than 8″ wide wheels. I see you made the 235 attack on 7″; so it’s ok to do that? Just want to make sure before I decide on 225 or 235 because I can only fit 15×7 without lifting? I will do PVM as well. Thanks in advance for all the great work you do. I will definitely buy from you when I decide! Click to expand… Hi coop0606-
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Yes, unfortunately the 15×7 MB TKO is no longer produced like the 15×8. This is also the case with MB Chaos 5.
If you plan to use PVM, then you can go a bit more aggressive with the fitment, such as 15×7 with -6 offset or even 15×8 with 0 offset. Without a
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