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post #1 of 15 (permalink) Old 04-25-2012, 07:16 PM Thread Starter
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Jeep Liberty Rims

Anyone know if these Jeep Liberty rims will fit the Pat? The bolt pattern is the same and offset is close but not sure about the clearing the caliper... Could be a nice alternative for those looking for a 16" wheel if it's possible.

Also, could someone photoshop them onto a Pat so we can see how they would look? There's some pics in my album if you wanna use those!


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I thought the bolt pattern was different..... But anyhow, whats the offset? I am pretty sure as long as its positive they will fit.


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I thought as well that 07-up Liberty has 5x5 bolt pattern.

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Not sure what year they are from. But if the bolt pattern is the same they should fit. I have a set of Liberty Rims on mine and they cleared no problems. Not sure what year mine are off of but they are the same bolt pattern as the Patriot and my 95 Cherokee that I had them on.
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The wheels in the second picture are from the last gen Liberty 06 and older, I believe.


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Photoshopping is cheating!


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They look real good on that red pat. Now you should try with my white pat .

Here's the specs courtesy of myboltpattern.com... they have a compare side-by-side feature.

...........................2010 Jeep Patriot....2010 Jeep Liberty
Bolt Pattern (in):..........5x4.50................5x4.50
Bolt Pattern (mm):........5x114.3..............5x114.3
Offset (mm):................34 to 42.............35 to 45
Front CB (mm):.............71.5..................71.5
Rear CB (mm):...............71.5..................71.5
Stud Size:.....................12...................... 12

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That's because Red is the best color. It's faster.
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Photoshopping is cheating!
Lol... but that's what the OP asked for... Thanks BondiBlue! I was curious myself
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Lol... but that's what the OP asked for... Thanks BondiBlue! I was curious myself
Missed that lol and I stand corrected, I was certain those wheels were a different bolt pattern. Those wheels will look nice IMO.


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The Libby wheels are what they used on the Jeep Compass "Canyon" edition, I was looking into them for my "Canyon" edition conversion, but I stopped as soon as I found out how much they seem to sell for.

http://www.allpar.com/cars/concepts/...011/index.html

They did a Patriot "Extreme" edition for that same years run, but I can't seem to find it.
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Welcome! Congrats on your new Jeep. What part of the world are you from? We do love pictures so post one or a few of your new ride.
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