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personally i wouldent go somthing like that, to flashy and if you scratch em on a rock you will prob end up crying. go somthing thats more suited for offroad like walker evans or pro comps. or even if you do tones of wheeling go good old steel rims they might be heavyer but there more durable and able to take a hell of alote more abuse, the bend and dont crack (unlike aluminum) so trail repairs are way easyer. or also go bead locks, your able to air down your tires way more some are able to do as low as 5psi for better traction in the mud and on the rocks. as for tires if your willing to spend the money on a set of baja claws look at the BF goodrich KM2 tire reall good mud and rock crawling tire, also the interco IROC or M-16 the M-16 is a sick all round tire my bud had em on his jeep before he sold them the work well on all terrains but anyways ill poast up some links for you to look at just look around. oh those rims you picked out are for full size trucks and the wheel stud configuration wont match what you have one your jeep.
i wheel in a 1974 ford bronco, my dad and i built it 12 years ago for jsut small stuff but now i just got a fullwidth 9 inch and dana 44 for it bought a welder so im going to 4 link it with coil overs and 37 in iroks or km2 dont know yet thow