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Old 05-05-2010, 05:06 PM   #1
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Wheel fitting

Quick question. I'm almost positive these will fit on my stock tires 265/70/16.

Will they fit when i get my OME 3" lift?

I'm getting size: 16x8 Bolt Pattern 6x4.5 with -13 offset.
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Old 05-05-2010, 05:36 PM   #3
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haha thanks for the quick answer. That helps a lot. It doesn't say what the backspacing is on the site (I may be retarted and just can't find it) I know i need 4.5 right?

so my new size is 16x8, 6x5.5 and 0mm offset
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8" wide rim with -13 offset (your original post) is 4" BS.

8" rim with 0 offset is 4.5" BS

Here is a chart that converts from offset to BS and visa versa. Halfway down the page

https://www.rsracing.com/tech-wheel.html
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I personally think that a 4.5" to 5" Backspacing is perfect. That way you have the option to run a bigger tire down the road if you choose
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I personally think that a 4.5" to 5" Backspacing is perfect. That way you have the option to run a bigger tire down the road if you choose
Thanks guys. Yall truly are the best. And hopefully i'll be able to run 285/75/16 in a month or so whenever i get the cash for them. I'm going to order the ones with 4.5 in backspacing.


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Be sure the wheels you order are the lug centric type. The hub centric type will not fit properly on a 1st gen.
If it doesn't have the hub centric option and it just says "not hub centric" does that mean they are lug centric?
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Thanks guys. Yall truly are the best. And hopefully i'll be able to run 285/75/16 in a month or so whenever i get the cash for them. I'm going to order the ones with 4.5 in backspacing.




If it doesn't have the hub centric option and it just says "not hub centric" does that mean they are lug centric?
Yep if they aren't hub centric, then they are lug-centric by default.
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