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ProComp 17x8

Discussion in 'Wheels & Tires' started by IslandBoy86, Jan 8, 2012.

  1. IslandBoy86

    IslandBoy86 [OP] Well-Known Member

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    Anyone running any pro comp 17x8 wheels? If so pictures and specs please.
     
  2. sdixon86

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  3. gym_jamz

    gym_jamz All I Do Is Nguyen

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    265/70/17 General Grabbers AT2

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    sdixon86 Well-Known Member

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    Any lift?
     
  5. gym_jamz

    gym_jamz All I Do Is Nguyen

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    No sir!
     
  6. TotalBrutal

    TotalBrutal Well-Known Member

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    I just bought the same wheels, will be getting them mounted and balanced with new tires soon. Did you use stock lugs with yours or did you have to get extended threads?

     
  7. gym_jamz

    gym_jamz All I Do Is Nguyen

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    Stock lugs will not work. You have to buy extended threads, preferably "Spline Drive E/T Ultra Style Conical Lug Nuts"

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  8. TotalBrutal

    TotalBrutal Well-Known Member

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    Thanks for the reply, i believe wheelers sells them. I will look into it.

     
  9. gym_jamz

    gym_jamz All I Do Is Nguyen

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    That picture is actually from wheeler's website. Get em mounted and post the pictures!
     
  10. TotalBrutal

    TotalBrutal Well-Known Member

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    Well got them on a couple days ago, really happy with how they look! Think i will have to ditch the front mud flaps, getting some rubbing at full lock probably due to the new offset.

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  11. gym_jamz

    gym_jamz All I Do Is Nguyen

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    Nice! I had to ditch my front ones.
     
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