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Would a 10" wide wheel be ok for a tire that wide. I preffer the bubble look. I am picking up a truck with those on a set of rockstars. Not sure their width yet but the deff don't look bubbled much. I like the wide stance but im not running rockstars. If my 20x10 wheels r to narrow i'll probably sell whole setup and do 38's on 16 or 17 rim thats wider.


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Yea they want 12 or so. Did a lot of searching and it has and can be done but I'll get a lot more tore roll. I guess 15.5 will be silly wide for 10 tire. I would like a 16x12 or even 10 but not buying all new. I just do NOT want to run rockstars on the truck. Without center caps they are ok but still just not for me
 

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10" rims are fine as far as the tire goes, but obviously backspacing will play a role in terms of clearance on your leafs and body.
 

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Not sure about clearance, but a 10" rim on a 15.50 will be fine. A 12" would look better though IMO
 

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I used to run 38x15.5x20's on Weld Cheyenne 8 wheels that were 20x12... looked good IMO
Here's some pics.. i had the front center caps off cuz they didn't have a hole for me to lock the hubs in the winter time.. when i changed out my ball joints.. i broke off the vacuum line nipples :DOH:

2003 CC SB King Ranch 8" Super Lift 38x15.5x20 Nitto Mud Grapplers, 20x12 Weld Cheyenne 8's (expensive, but they dont make them anymore :( )



 
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