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Old 12-27-2013, 05:27 AM   #1
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2011 Juke wheels

A couple weeks ago we got hit with some freezing rain. Altho I consider myself a pretty good driver, I managed to slide into a curb. My tire took most of the damage, leaving some heavy scuffing on the edge of the rim. I priced a replacement rim (Volt Racing 754's) online, Roughly $120, plus I have a cracked center on another wheel (over tightening), $18.99. So I'm looking at Approx $140+shipping. Onto my question. I found a set of mint condition 17" 2011 Nissan Juke wheels for $200 locally. Okay, 30 miles away. Does anybody know if they would happen to fit? 17" and 5x114.3 bolt pattern is self explanatory, backspacing or offset I'm not too sure of. I have a pic, but wasnt sure if I can load it directly from my computer or if I need to load it into my photobucket account first.

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Old 12-27-2013, 06:17 PM   #2
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It appears like they would work. The info I am gathering is that they are 17x7 with an offset of +35. The stock 01 SE wheels are the same with an offset of +45. This means the Juke wheels will stick out a centimeter farther than the stock ones on a SE model.

So to the best of my knowledge, these will fit without a problem.

As far as the aesthetics go, that's up to you. I don't think they will look terrible.
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Old 12-28-2013, 05:15 AM   #3
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Wasnt sure what the offset was on a stock wheel or the wheels that are currently on my car, but they look pretty close. I bought tires about a year ago (Jan 2013) and are 245 45 17's with only about 3K miles on them. Since I tore up just one tire, was gonna go back to the same place and replace it with the same brand/size. These wheels almost remind me of the '13 Altima wheels, which dont look too bad.

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They will fit with no problems.
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Old 01-01-2014, 10:47 AM   #5
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did you get them? Post some pics.
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Old 01-05-2014, 01:58 PM   #6
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Nope, havent bought them yet. I was forced to pay house and all utilities outta this paycheck since I skipped the house payment the end of Dec to buy stuff for Christmas. If they are still available in 2 weeks, I'll go ahead and get them. Money's a little tight ATM.
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Sorry to bump the old thread but will the 2011 Juke wheels fit an 05 Maxima? I kinda think they will
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Okay I'll answer my own question, they fit, offset of 47 vs 35 on my Nismo wheels. 225/55/17 tires. Obviously the don't have the nice flush profile but it's winter and better than sliding around. I had to pay $300 but it's cheaper than buying a set of after markets and lugs. Stock lugs worked just fine.
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