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Will they fit?

Discussion in 'Wheels & Tires' started by NumNutz, Nov 16, 2008.

  1. NumNutz

    NumNutz [OP] One of the original 7928

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    I am thinking of getting these rims in 17X8. Will they fit? I know the stock is 17X7.5 so hopefully it close enough that they will.

    They come in these sizes...
    17X8 Offest-25 Backspacing- 5.5 Bolt Circle-6X5.5
    17X8 Offest-25 Backspacing- 5.5 Bolt Circle-6X5.0
    17X8 Offest-12 Backspacing-5.0 Bolt Circle-6X5.5


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    Not certain but most recommed 4.5 backspace and 0 offset, thats what I run and had slight rubbing.
     
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    the 2nd one definetly won't fit (bolt circle)
    the other 2 are close to stock so i say yes as long as you stick with a 32" tire or a skinny 33"
     
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    Glad you caught that I completely over looked the 6 on 5.0.
     
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    I just got 265/65/17. Is that ok?
     
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    In reference to the rim width I have 17x9 with 265/70/17 and they fit. Different tire manufactures fit different width rims, but most fit an 8 inch rim.
     
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    How about these sizes? These are another style of wheels from american racing.

    Part # Size Offset Backside Bolt Circle
    1085-7983 17x9 -12 4 1/2 6-5 1/2
    1085-7938 17x9 -12 4 1/2 6-5 1/2
    1085-7936 17x9 -12 4 1/2 6-135
     
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    the last choice won't fit. (bolt circle)
    the top 2 will
     
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    I don't get how you know if they will fit or not but somehow some of you guys do so which of these will fit my stock suspension truck?:confused:

    I'm going to be running 265/65/17 tires.

    Numbers are Size-Offset-Backside-Bolt Circle Note

    17x8.5 - 6 - 4.99 - 6x135
    17x8.5 - 15 - 5.34 - 6x135
    17x8.5 - -6 - 4.51 - 6x139.7 (6X5.5)
    17x8.5 - -6 - 4.51 - 6x139.7 (6X5.5)
    17x8.5 - 15 - 5.34 - 6x139.7 (6X5.5)
     
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    Bump? Just going to class and wondered if I could get a quick answer.
     
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    bolt pattern is 6x5.5, you need at least 4.75" of bs, hub bore is 106
    you need to find out the hub size on those 2 wheels with the correct bolt pattern
     
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    Okay thanks. Which 2 are you talking about because to me it looks like 3 have the correct bolt circle?

    Looking at it with the info you just said wouldn't only this size 17x8.5 - 15 - 5.34 - 6x139.7 (6X5.5) work because it has enough BS?
     
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    lower backspace is what you want, bs is basically distance from where wheel contacts the hub to the inside lip of the rim, lower bs moves the wheel away from the truck, i.e. wheel sticks out more from fenders.
     
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    Your my hero.

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