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Old 03-10-2011, 10:38 PM
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wheel back spacing

i am going to order some wheels. the Micky Thompson classic 2;s 16in. What is the back spacing? and how wide should i go. I would like to get a set of tires that would look good. but was thinking 285 75 16 bfg. Just till i get it lifted then use the wheels for winter, or drag racing.
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Re: wheel back spacing

4.5" BS
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how wide wheel for a 285 75 16
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7-8"
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Re: wheel back spacing

My MT Classic II's are 4" BS and 16x8. BTW, if I could come up with a stock set of Alcoas, I'd make you a deal on mine. Stainless centers too.
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Re: wheel back spacing

do you not like them? could you post photos up with your truck and them. thanks
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Re: wheel back spacing

which one is it? 4'' or 4.5'' for the back spacing?
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Part# Size Appx. Weight Bolt Circle Back Spacing Offset (mm) Load Capacity

368482 16x8 21 8-6.5 4 -13 3,100

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I like em, I just want to run a 235/85 or 255/85 tall skinny tire and keep them tucked under the fenders more. Works better on a 7" rim. These are 8".


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what would be the benifit of under the fender more? fender flares?
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