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Old 04-18-2014, 05:27 PM   #1
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Wheel question

Hi all i ordered wheels for my 2012 dbl cab and im gonna put in a leveling kit. The wheels i ordered are 17x9 4.75 offset and -6 backspace is this gonna give me grief. Please tell me no because i had to special order them.

Thanks any advise will be appreciated.
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I'm pretty sure the wheels I just put on my truck have the same specs. I'll check tomorrow.

I only have a slight rub while going in reverse with 255/60 tires. That's on a 5 lug with shot shocks. I think the 6 lug sits a bit higher.
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It all depends on your tire choice. I had a -6 offset on a 16x8.5 on stock size tires for a few months with zero issues. I have a much more friendly wheel on now with a 265/75-16 and I can feel the occasional rub.
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Thanks for the input, i'm gonna run general grabber at2's 265/70 17 really hopeing i don't have to run a spacer
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Put the numbers into this, it's always helpful.

http://www.rimsntires.com/specspro.jsp
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Old 04-20-2014, 04:55 AM   #6
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That chart/table is awesome very helpful thanks a million. Looks to me like i should be good to go cant wait!
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