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Old 07-08-2013, 03:06 PM   #21
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Thanks bornwildguy, that's what I think I'll go with... Two more Q's, does offset on a wheel matter or is I just the back spacing that matters? Also, would a 8.5" wheel be ok for width, or should I stick with 8" exclusively?
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1 more thing, what do you think of 275's as far as rubbing, etc?
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Thanks bornwildguy, that's what I think I'll go with... Two more Q's, does offset on a wheel matter or is I just the back spacing that matters? Also, would a 8.5" wheel be ok for width, or should I stick with 8" exclusively?
8.5 isn't gonna hurt anything if you decide to go with that. Offset isn't that hard once you understand it. Basically 0 offset is the where the mounting flange is at center of the wheel. positive offset pushes the wheels inward and negative pushes the wheels outward.


http://www.worldoneperformance.com/b...-offsets-work/

This chart will help you if lookin at wheels to figure out the backspacing

http://www.customwheeloffset.com/tir...et-calculators
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I dont like cutting, and I didnt want to rub either, so I went 265/75R16. 16x8 w/ 4.5" BS. 3" lift, which has actually gone down to about 2" with all my crap.


Here's how much they stick out.
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How did you like those Hercules Trail Diggers??
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How did you like those Hercules Trail Diggers??
I like them a lot. Just about to do a rotation at 5k. I'm still amazed at how smooth they are on the road.
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Good to know. As soon as the tires I have on now go out, definitely getting the trail diggers. Thanks
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