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post #1 of 4 Old 04-21-2014, 02:53 PM Thread Starter
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Fitting 15's on compass?

I have a set of Aftermarket crager rims 15x8's that are 5x5.5 , I have 1.5" Adapters that convert from 4.5 to 5.5 .


I'm going to try it, but I was wondering if ne1 knew if they'd fit over my front calipers? I have a 08 Rallye. I was wondering if with the spacers I'd have enough clearance, I guess i'll find out, wanted to see if ne1 has tried it b4


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15" Wheels and 30" tires on your Patriot (no spacers): Test Fit Results - Jeep Patriot Forums

There is a list of the known wheels that are 15" and fit without clearance issues. Since you have spacers that might make it easier to put almost any 15" rim on. Let us know how it goes when you fit the wheels.


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Thanks man, I will be doing a test fit this weekend, The current tires are 30" I know they wont fit , but I'm hoping with the car jacked up I'd atleast be able to lock them down and see if they clear calipers NP..


I'm kinda concerned only about how wide they are going to be lol.. they are a 4" Negative offset w/ 1.5 inch spacer... They may stick out way to far


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That's big drop from 17" standard rims. I have 16" on my Grand Cherokee and would not want to go smaller than that rim. I can understand going to 16" on the Compass which gives more rubber especially with snow tires. The rims less likely to hit something and get damaged.

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