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I'm sure you would be ok. You wheel bearings however, will suffer greatly and will concede to very short,untimely deaths.
I’m at such a pause at the moment. I want to lift but if I lift I might need new tires. I already have 1.5 inch spacers on right now because I have 16’s and I rub on my control arm.
 


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bpagut: You should be able to find a few Mustang or Escape 17" rim choices, and Wrangler (non-Rubicon) has some 17" choices that would bolt on. I was running "Cobras" my '98...

They both have 30mm offset, so you might need those spacers or more, but you should have some choices.
 

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