Can I put TJ factory alloy rims on a 94 YJ? Do I need to use different lug nuts? I have them bolted on, but they feel like I could torque them forever?????

Asked by May 12, 2010 at 05:24 PM about the 1994 Jeep Wrangler

Question type: Car Customization

I just put some factory TJ alloy rims on my 94 YJ and they felt weird torquing them
on.  The alloy rims have a space in the shape of a ring at the back around the
wheel stud openings, it feels like I am compressing the alloy when I use the old
lug nuts.  Are the lug nuts for a TJ much different than the YJ?

GB
Ottawa

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well for one are the lugs spinning on straight, that might be why they spin forever. you cannot compress the alloy rims with a nut and lug wrench. if the rims fit the bolt pattern and the nuts fit the lugs your good to go.

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