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Old 11-18-2008, 07:35 PM   #1
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Wheel and tire sizing question

What's the bolt pattern and offset of stock wheels for a 1st gen? Also, if I go from 265/70r16 to 265/75r16 on stock wheels and suspension, I won't have any clearance problems will I?
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Old 11-18-2008, 07:45 PM   #2
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im not real positive what the spacing and all is.......i wanna say 6 by 5.5, but im not totally sure..........and going up the one size will be fine, but thats the biggest you can go without a lift. 265/75/16 fills out the fender wells a bit better too.
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6 on 5.5 for first and second generation 6 lugs but 1st gen wheels won't fit secong gens.!!
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word... bolt pattern 6x5.5 and backspace is 4.5"

you can roll up to 265-75-16 on stock wheels but will need at least 1.5" suspension lift to keep the tires off the frame at full lock and articulation...
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