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I am currently running aftermarket wheels and 31" tires just for the fun factor, but I'm thinking about new rubber on the wheels that came with the MJ for summer/highway use. Are the wheels in the pictures O.E. for 1988 MJ? Are they common or desirable? Any info is appreciated.                                                                                             700803949_IMG_3137(1).jpg.356cb94274cd85233942e9ca22afc6d3.jpg

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Those are TJ/KJ rims(someone might correct me). MJ factory rims look like these:

 

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These are what was available to us from 86-92. Not the wire ones, those were for the Limited XJ's with the gold trim.

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Those also came on later model XJ's. My 2001 had a set of those.

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43 minutes ago, High2by said:

Those also came on later model XJ's. My 2001 had a set of those.

The XJ ones look exactly like that but they are different 

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6 hours ago, Jeep Driver said:

The XJ ones look exactly like that but they are different 

 

7 hours ago, High2by said:

Those also came on later model XJ's. My 2001 had a set of those.

I have a set exactly like those, takeoffs from a 99 XJ.

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2 minutes ago, zomeizter said:

 

I have a set exactly like those, takeoffs from a 99 XJ.

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The top image is a XJ, I have one as a spare and I had two XJs with those. 

 

The bottom one is a Wrangler, which is the one in question here. 

 

Similar but different. 

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They’re grizzly rims. Oem Jeep. First debut 1996 cherokee classic. Then in 97 the TJ wrangler got them. 

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11 hours ago, High2by said:

Those also came on later model XJ's. My 2001 had a set of those.

 

I don't think so. The spokes on the 2000-2001 XJ rims were flatter. See Jeep Driver's post, above.

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I don't think so. The spokes on the 2000-2001 XJ rims were flatter. See Jeep Driver's post, above.


Like Jeep Driver said they are exactly alike but different. Going from memory they looked the same but I do see the difference with a side by side picture.


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In Jeep Driver's pics above the top wheel is an Ecco and the bottom one is a Grizzly.   Both are OEM but I'm not sure of the years or models.   Both are 15'x7" with 5.25" backspacing.   

 

The Eccos came is a few finishes, I believe 2 shades of silver and a darker one generally called Graphite.  They also came in bronze but those are rare.   I pulled a set of 5 Graphite Eccos off of an original '97 TJ.   

 

 

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Thanks to all who responded. I believe from the info(and correct me if I'm wrong) I have the Grizzlies. The two pics I posted are the same wheel, one pic w/flash to show more detail. They are not in the best condition but I actually like them more now with all the info you guys came up with. Thanks and have a Great 2020.  

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Yes, you have the Grizzlies. They are factory Jeep wheels, but they were not original to your (or any) Comanche.

 

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