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Old 09-09-2011, 02:22 AM   #1
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Anyone Running Black Rhino Ocotillos?

17"x9" rim, -12 offset, 4.5 Backspacing on 265/70R17 tires?

Any problems with rubbing? Did it require spacers/Spidertrax?
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Old 09-09-2011, 05:49 AM   #2
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Those specs are fine, except that many 265/70/17 tires aren't approved for use on 9" wide rims. Check the tire manufacturers website.
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I got them. No issues no spacer required. l already replied to your pm. Let me know if you have any other q's and pix in gallery. However I need to put up some better ones
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Any thoughts on pros/cons of running 285/70/17 on these wheels with an Icon Stage II lift?
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I don't know about know about how the lift kit would work with your tires, but I don't think it will make a difference which lift goes with which tires in general. Usually with tires wider than 265 you have to trim the fender well and maybe do a cab mount chop.

I do know that after 10k miles I have developed a steering wheel shake. I've finally figured that it might be because the OE hub bore is 106. The bore on these Rhinos is 112. I'm now looking for a compatible hubcentric ring and having trouble finding that spec.
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I don't know about know about how the lift kit would work with your tires, but I don't think it will make a difference which lift goes with which tires in general. Usually with tires wider than 265 you have to trim the fender well and maybe do a cab mount chop.

I do know that after 10k miles I have developed a steering wheel shake. I've finally figured that it might be because the OE hub bore is 106. The bore on these Rhinos is 112. I'm now looking for a compatible hubcentric ring and having trouble finding that spec.
Extended thread lugs will help center the wheels better as well.
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