Look under "Street Suspensions" under "Tuckable Rim Chart" this is very helpful. Also the link below gives you a virtual look at what you want to achieve. http://www.rimsntires.com/specs.jsp
Good luck. I have a 94 and finding 5/5 with a high positive offset is proving to be very difficult. Be sure that the wheels that you order have a center bore of 78.3mm or they will not fit over the hub. The newer Jeeps run a 5/5 with a center bore of 71mm which is too small unless you have the ability to machine them larger.
After a month I still haven't found any wheels to fit without rubbing the fender. I am looking for 18s and only found one wheel that I have to get the manufactuer to cut special.
If there is anyone out there that can help I am still looking.
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