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Old 02-12-2012, 03:21 PM   #1
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PROCOMP 7089 16" VS 17"

I have read enough in the threads that say the 16" will fit fine without rubbing the brake calipers. My question is for those running 16" and 285's are there any issues with balancing and would 17" make a difference?

Any other wheel recommendations?? thanks
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wheel/tire size between a 16/17 shouldnt have any effect on the balancing or not
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And almost all balancing issues are due to the tires, not the wheels.

i.e. uneven wear, lateral runout, radial runout.
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And almost all balancing issues are due to the tires, not the wheels.

i.e. uneven wear, lateral runout, radial runout.


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wheel/tire size between a 16/17 shouldnt have any effect on the balancing or not
x2

...but you can run standard size tires on 17"s. I personally am more of a less wheel more tire type of guy. So I vote 16s
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I have 16s .tires are cheaper
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Thanks for all the comments good knowledge here really appreciate it...and I am the same ...more tire less wheel...it took me forever but its OME complete with 285 KM2's ...just have to pull the trigger on the wheels and put this stuff on ...this site has been awesome....should have my build page up with in a month...thanks again
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Older thread revival.

Just ordered these from Discount Tire in 17 inch. The guy said they were -8 offset, but said the computer didn't say what the backspacing is. He said there is only one option in their computer for this wheel in that size / lug pattern. Since I can only find them online in 4.5 backspacing, I am guessing that is what they are.

I guess my question is, is -8 offset correct? I'll be running 265 70 Duratracs on stock suspension and would prefer no trimming.
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Older thread revival.

Just ordered these from Discount Tire in 17 inch. The guy said they were -8 offset, but said the computer didn't say what the backspacing is. He said there is only one option in their computer for this wheel in that size / lug pattern. Since I can only find them online in 4.5 backspacing, I am guessing that is what they are.

I guess my question is, is -8 offset correct? I'll be running 265 70 Duratracs on stock suspension and would prefer no trimming.
What is the width of the wheels? we need that in order to calculate backspacing.
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What is the width of the wheels? we need that in order to calculate backspacing.
17X8

Thanks! I was hoping you could help
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17X8

Thanks! I was hoping you could help
That would be approx 4.25" BS then.
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That would be approx 4.25" BS then.
So.. Do you think rubbing will be an issue?
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So.. Do you think rubbing will be an issue?
Very minor rubbing on the black plastic, if any.
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Very minor rubbing on the black plastic, if any.
I can live with that. I'll update after they are installed for future reference.

Thanks for your help!
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I can live with that. I'll update after they are installed for future reference.

Thanks for your help!
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Mine fit great. I had the 17"x8 with 265.70.17 with stock suspension with very very very little rubbing on mud flaps at full lock. Used some sand paper and took 1/8 inch off and was fine. Now with the OME 3" lift no rubbing.
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Mine fit great. I had the 17"x8 with 265.70.17 with stock suspension with very very very little rubbing on mud flaps at full lock. Used some sand paper and took 1/8 inch off and was fine. Now with the OME 3" lift no rubbing.
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That would be approx 4.25" BS then.
Hey Keith-

My wheels came in today and I had them installed. I noticed on the box, they say "0" offset vs the "8" I was quoted. What does that make the backspacing now? I am wondering if it wont be enough....
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Hey Keith-

My wheels came in today and I had them installed. I noticed on the box, they say "0" offset vs the "8" I was quoted. What does that make the backspacing now? I am wondering if it wont be enough....
That's would make them 4.5", you'll be good to go.
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That's would make them 4.5", you'll be good to go.
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