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Old 06-01-2013, 03:28 PM   #1
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Procomp 7089 wheel pics please

thinking of getting this rim for my taco..will my tires stick out at all or will i need to buy wheel spacers for that 4.5" backspace and 0mm offset

also please post any pictures
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Old 06-27-2013, 01:21 AM   #2
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i have the 7089 wheels on duratracs with 3.75 bs. i think with 4.5 it will be tug in with wheel well.
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lol, you know what, my mistake. those are the 7069. oops. the 7089 are nice.
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Old 06-27-2013, 03:00 AM   #4
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I like the 7069's better :P sorry OP!

but on 1st gens the stock BS is 4.5" so they'll be pretty tight in there. you might need spacers if you run tires bigger than 31.5"
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Why not buy the summit racing steel wheels? They come in the size you are looking at with a 4" backspacing and you can't beat the price. Just paid $227 shipped for some 16x8s through eBay from summit racing
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Sorry I typed in the wrong number also. The wheels your looking at are nice and you should go with atleast a 4" backspace from what I know
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Old 06-27-2013, 09:36 PM   #8
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Why not buy the summit racing steel wheels? They come in the size you are looking at with a 4" backspacing and you can't beat the price. Just paid $227 shipped for some 16x8s through eBay from summit racing
steel wheels are heavy as balls. then putting off road tires on them? It's like driving on four bricks when compared to alloys. wears out your brakes, slower acceleration, wears down your bearings. I mean steel is good and all if you have a dedicated trail rig or you don't care about that kind of stuff but that's usually why people go with alloys. lighter. stronger.
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