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Old 12-27-2011, 11:30 AM   #1
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18" wheel fitment question

quick question about wheel fitment. Im looking to fit 18x9 wheels on my truck with the 5100, 885x lift combo with 275/70/18. i know that with 17's, im looking at a 4.5 backspace, is it the same for the 18x9? or do i need a different backspace for the 18" wheel?
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It'll be the same, unless you have aftermarket control arms (Total Chaos, Icon...) then you can usually get away with a higher backspacing such as 5" or 5 1/4".
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yeah, i will have LR uca's as well. Sorry just trying to get as much info as i can, i would hate to spend the money on wheels and tires and get the wrong back spacing and have it rub all to hell. thanks for the info though
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