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Will 2008 jeep wrangler Sahara 18 inch wheels fit 2004 jeep grand Cherokee?

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Answered 2012-08-12 22:01:19

With a 2" lift these would clear.

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No, the 2007 JK Wrangler is a 5x5 bolt pattern and the 1996 ZJ Grand Cherokee is a 5x4.5 pattern.

No, they have different lug patterns.

Wrangler up to 2006, Cherokee up to 2000. Grand Cherokee up to 2004.

No, it will not. When Chrysler built the 1999-2004 WJ Grand Cherokee it had a different bolt pattern than the 1993-1998 ZJ Grand Cherokee. The Jeeps that can interchange wheels with one another are the Cherokee (84-01), the Commanche, Wrangler (87-06), Liberty (02-07), and the Grand Cherokee (93-98). The two redesign Grand Cherokees since 99 have the same bolt pattern so a 99-04 Grand Cherokee can swap wheels with a 05+, as well as a 06+ Commander. I think the new Wrangler (07+) can too.

The grand Cherokee is a body style, sport is a trim package that is used on all jeep models(wrangler, Cherokee, grand Cherokee, patriot, ...)

A Grand Cherokee is a WJ Cherokee is a XJ Wrangler is TJ

Four door models include the Wagoneer, Cherokee, Grand Wagoneer, Grand Cherokee, Liberty, Compass, Patriot, Wrangler.

No, the lug pattern changed in between those years and models.These are the most popular Jeep lug patterns and the vehicles that used them.5 on 4.5" Bolt Pattern:84-01 Cherokee (XJ)86-92 Comanche (MJ)93-98 Grand Cherokee (ZJ)02-06 Liberty (KJ)97-06 Wrangler (TJ)87-95 Wrangler (YJ)04-06 Wrangler Unlimited (TJ/LJ)5 on 5" Bolt Pattern:06-08 Commander (XK)99-04 Grand Cherokee (WJ)05-08 Grand Cherokee (WK)07-11 Wrangler (JK)07-08 Wrangler Unlimited (JK)5 on 5.5" Bolt Pattern:46-86 CJ (All Models)63-73 Full Size Cherokee/Wagonner (SJ)62-71 Galdiator Series Truck (All Models)

2000 to 2006 wrangler 1999 to 2004 grand only cherokee

Your 2007 Jeep Grand Cherokee 16 inch aluminum wheels will fit on to the 2000 Jeep Cherokee Sport. Any wheel larger than 16 inches will not yet on to the 2000 Cherokee.

A Wrangler or Cherokee could have either a 2.5L or a 4.0L . A Grand Cherokee could have a 4.0L or a 5.2L.

It is either a Cherokee, Grand Cherokee, or Wrangler. The model codes are xj, wj, and tj.

No, grand Cherokee 93-98 (ZJ) have the same 5 on 4.5 bolt pattern as the Cherokee (XJ). also the comanchee (MJ) wrangler (YJ and TJ models) 1st gen libertys (KJ) as well as ford explorer and ranger.The newer grand Cherokees (WJ 99-04 and WK 05-2010). as well as the new wrangler (JK both 2 door and 4) all use the 5 on 5 bolt pattern.

The grand Cherokee does have four wheel disc brakes. The wrangler and Cherokee have rear drum brakes.

Yes. Both of those are 5x5 (also seen as 5x127) bolt pattern.

What Jeep sport ?The Wrangler and Cherokee used a 2.5L 4 cyl and a 4.0L 6 cylThe Grand Cherokee used a 4.0L 6 cyl and a 5.2L V8What Jeep sport ?The Wrangler and Cherokee used a 2.5L 4 cyl and a 4.0L 6 cylThe Grand Cherokee used a 4.0L 6 cyl and a 5.2L V8

they dont make an 05 cherokee, so you must mean a GRAND cherokee?

I believe you can get Grand Cherokee seats with warmers to fit in the Wrangler, you will have to rig up the wiring yourself though.

Nope. They discontinued the Commander. The only 2011 models are the Wrangler, Wrangler Unlimited, Grand Cherokee, and Compass.

No it will not.Only Years 99 to Present Grand Cherokee wheels that has the bolt pattern of 5x127 the Bore is 71.5..Check the Bore Chevy G-Series have a Bore of 78.3...So check it before buying...

If the 4.0L is from a 1993-1995, then yes.

If the grand cherokee is a 93-98 yes... otherwise, no you cannot. 99+ Grand cherokee "rims" or wheels are a 5x5 (5x127 mm) bolt pattern while the cherokee has 5x4.5 you need not consider the size...15" 16" 17" will generally fit on a grand cherokee. It's the bolt pattern you need to pay attention to.

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