Are TJ and JK wheels the same?

Are TJ and JK wheels the same?

nope. stock JK tires are 32″. biggest you can fit on a stock TJ is 31×10.

Can you put JK wheels on a TJ?

No not a direct fit. the lug pattern is different. TJ is a 5 lug nut on 4.5 measurement and the latter Jeeps are a 5 lug nut on 5 measurement. Now you can buy spacers/adapters to make it work.

What is the wheelbase on a TJ?

Jeep Wrangler (TJ)

Jeep Wrangler TJ
Wheelbase 93.4 in (2,370 mm) standard 103.4 in (2,630 mm) LWB
Length 1996–99: 151.2 in (3,840 mm) 1999–2003: 155.4 in (3,947 mm) 2004–06 SWB: 154.9 in (3,934 mm) 2004–06 LWB: 171 in (4,343 mm)
Width 1996–2003, 2004–06 LWB: 68.3 in (1,730 mm) 2004–06 SWB: 66.7 in (1,690 mm)

Which Jeep is better TJ or JK?

It got a longer 96.8-inch wheelbase as well as 3.4-inch wider tracks, while trimming overall length by 2 inches compared to the TJ. The JK is also considerably wider, which gives it more room inside but can make for a tighter fit on narrow trails.

What is the wheelbase of a Wrangler TJ?

Wheelbase (in inches) Wrangler JK (2007-Current) 95.4 or 116 (“Unlimited” version) Wrangler TJ (1997-2006) 93.4.

What’s the difference between the TJ and the JK?

From the outside, the one big difference between the TJ and the JK is their size. When placed side by side, the increased bulk of the JK is quite noticeable. Additionally, the front grille was redesigned between the two Wranglers. Both Wranglers still have the traditional seven grille slats surrounded by two circular headlights.

What’s the difference between Jeep TJ and JK Wrangler rims?

TJ Wranglers use a 5”x4.5” (5×114.3mm) bolt pattern rim, with -25.4mm of offset. While JK Wranglers use a 5”x5” (5x127mm) bolt pattern with a 44mm offset. To mount the rims then you need to bridge the gap caused by the differing offsets while also adjusting the bolt pattern.

What’s the difference between a TJ Wrangler and a JK D44?

The only notable difference is the obvious change in width. The axles under the TJ Wrangler are 61″ wide flange to flange. Where as the axles under a JK wrangler are about 65″ wide flange to flange. One other difference between the two is that the TJ D44’s have air lockers, and the JK D44’s have E-lockers.