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American Racing Fuel 16x8

Discussion in 'Wheels & Tires' started by TAC1, Jul 30, 2012.

  1. Jul 30, 2012 at 10:38 PM
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    TAC1

    TAC1 [OP] Well-Known Member

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    DCSB 4.0 Auto PreRunn
    FRONT: OEM PreRunner coils, 5100's @ .85, MaxTrac Spindles, 1/4" Taco lean spacer. ground to fender base: LF & RF: 40"'s hub to fender base::::: LF & RF: 25"'s REAR: 2012 OEM 3/1 leafs, Wheelers 3 leaf AAL, 2" Tapered steel block. Bilstein F4-BE5-B110-T5 ground to fender base: LR & RR: 41"'s hub to fender base::::: LR & RR: 26"'s All mud flaps trimmed 4"'s shorter.
    Hello Forum,

    Thinking of purchasing these:

    www.summitracing.com/.../ARE-619688...

    American Racing Fuel (Chrome Wheel)
    Part # 6196883
    16x8, 6 x 5.5
    108mm center bore
    0mm offset

    And installing them on my '08 Prerunner.

    Besides needing the 2mm hubcentric rings to ensure no bibes, will I have any rubbing issues? I have LT/265/75r16, BFG A/T's. This should stick out about 1.5" more than the factory steelies, am I correct?

    Please let me know. Thanks :)
     
  2. Jul 31, 2012 at 12:50 AM
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    SCSPerformance

    SCSPerformance Stealth Custom Series™

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    You nailed everything on the head. If anything, you might rub at full lock, but nothing to really worry about.
     
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