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M/T Classic Lock Question

Discussion in 'Wheels & Tires' started by 1337Taco, Jun 11, 2010.

  1. 1337Taco

    1337Taco [OP] Slamry

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    I'm looking to go a different route with the wheels on my truck and am wondering if these wheels would work for me without rubbing. I searched but couldn't find anything. Thanks for helping.

    http://www.4wheelparts.com/prodDetail.aspx?partNo=M/T468412
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    Part Number: M/T468412


    • M/T Classic Lock Wheel
    • 16x8, 6 on 5.5 Bolt Pattern
    • BackSpace 4 in.
    • Max Load= 3100lbs
    • Finish = Polished
    • Hubcentric= Yes
    • Offset = -12 mm
    I'm thinking I might have to get 17's but I really don't want to get new tires.
     
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    Colton Reagan/Bush '84

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    Those will work, but if you want 17's then these will work too.
     
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    1337Taco [OP] Slamry

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    Nope, trying to stay away from 17's because My 285/75/16's have less than 5k miles on them and don't want to buy another set of tires.

    Thanks for the help.
     
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    1337Taco [OP] Slamry

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    Anybody else have any input on this as a second opinion?
     
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    Colton Reagan/Bush '84

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    Also you should be good on the rubbing with the 4'' backspacing... :)
     
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    1337Taco [OP] Slamry

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    Ok I wasn't sure which way it went because I have 4.5" now and wasn't sure if 4 or 5 would be better. Also the offset always gets me confused. Thanks for the help. What kind of wheels are you running Colton?
     
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    Colton Reagan/Bush '84

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    Yeah the lower the backspacing, the further the wheels will stick out. Having a wheel with a 4.5-4 backspacing would be somewhat similar to stock wheels with spidertrax spacers IIRC.

    I'm running stock Sport wheels, but I will be replacing them with XD Addicts when the time comes, 4.5'' BS. No problem with the help, feel free to ask if you have any other questions!
     
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