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16" rims anybody use them/ pro`s and con`s

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Old 04-26-2014, 08:01 PM
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May have a deal on some 16 " rims . Any problems with them. I have a total of 5" lift
 
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The height of the rim doesn't really affect much, other than tire selection. It's the backspacing and width of the rim that really come into play. I've been running 17" rims for more than a year now and I love them.
 
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16s would be the lowest I would go though seeing as how 15" are growing obsolete.
 
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