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Old 05-21-2013, 05:12 PM   #1
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Looking for some help.

Hey everyone. Getting ready to buy some stuff for my truck and I'm curious about a couple things. I plan to get some 16" ATX Mojave Teflons and 265/75/16 BFG KM2's. I'm wondering if there is any reason those wouldnt fit without a lift. I am also wondering what everyone thinks of Halo headlights, if anyone runs them, or if anyone has an opinion on buying lights from CarID. I have never bought from them so if anyone has any better suggestions it would be much appreciated before I spend the money. Thanks for your time!
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Old 05-21-2013, 09:53 PM   #2
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I ran 265/75/16 BFG's without a lift for a while. I know the tire will fit in the wheel well. As long as the bolt pattern is correct you should be fine for wheels and rubber. for lights and stuff.... can't help you with any of that.
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Ebay halo lights suck.. If you want halo lights, retro fit your lights and get Angel Eye LEDs
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Old 05-21-2013, 10:15 PM   #4
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not sure of backspacing/offset on your wheels, but if they place the tire more inside, you may have trouble. if they place the tire more outside, you have bit of room before the tire hits the body mount.

265/75s work well on stock wheels. sorry I cant give you specifics, wheels are not yet a part of my knowledge
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not sure of backspacing/offset on your wheels, but if they place the tire more inside, you may have trouble. if they place the tire more outside, you have bit of room before the tire hits the body mount.

265/75s work well on stock wheels. sorry I cant give you specifics, wheels are not yet a part of my knowledge
And watch that those new wheels will clear the brake calipers.
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And watch that those new wheels will clear the brake calipers.
true that! my brothers 05 is dealer equipped with 18s that are like danger close! ntm that his truck vibrates like a mofo on the freeway. itl make your arms numb. reason why I havn't bought aftermarket wheels
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