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Old 01-03-2013, 01:52 PM   #1
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MKW M19 satin black wheels

hey guys, i am about the pull the trigger on getting these
http://www.socalsupertrucks.com/17x8...x#.UOX8veQ0WSo
was just wondering for you guys out there with all the experience if i will have any type of rubbing issues with this size;
17x8.5 M19 Wheel 6X139 Full Satin Black 0 Offset with my 265/70/17 duratracs?
i know the duratracs can be used on an 8.5" wheel.
i just don't really want to have to trim anywhere.

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Old 01-03-2013, 01:54 PM   #2
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You should be good without any rubbing but to play it safe do they sell ones that have a 4.5" backspacing and a -12mm offset? Those are the best ones to get especially if you decide to get 33" tires in the future.
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They will work as long as the hub bore is greater than 106 mm.
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They will work as long as the hub bore is greater than 106 mm.
I thought 106 was the right bore?
Also I was told that I could use my stock logs which I found odd.
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I thought 106 was the right bore?
Also I was told that I could use my stock logs which I found odd.
Greater than or equal to, I should have said. Just wanted to make sure you didn't get a 78mm one for chevys.

Those wheels will take conical seat lugs. Your stock wheels are mag style, so you will definitely need new lugs.
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Greater than or equal to, I should have said. Just wanted to make sure you didn't get a 78mm one for chevys.

Those wheels will take conical seat lugs. Your stock wheels are mag style, so you will definitely need new lugs.
Ok thanks for your help... Again!! Lol
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You should be good without any rubbing but to play it safe do they sell ones that have a 4.5" backspacing and a -12mm offset? Those are the best ones to get especially if you decide to get 33" tires in the future.
Thanks, I don't think they do but I don't plan on going any bigger.
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Thanks, I don't think they do but I don't plan on going any bigger.
Thats what she said, lol. I was just looking out for you brotha.
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do you guys think my oem tpms will work in these wheels?
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Old 01-04-2013, 10:56 AM   #10
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do you guys think my oem tpms will work in these wheels?
Yes, they should.
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Yes, they should.
damn you're fast!! lol
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