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hey guys trying to figure this out

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Old 05-05-2013, 01:15 PM
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I read the above post on "what tires will fit" and still I am confused I am looking at these

52 Rock Crawler Series - Gloss Black Powder Wheels

on general tire gabber AT2's in LT235/75R15

so would this set up work ?



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is your truck lifted? the reason i ask is because i think that these rims will stick out past your fenders. and why not go with the 235/75's? they are going to be a little taller, but not much. stock size should be 235/75r15.
 
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You should be fine with that setup. I ran 4.5in backspacing and 31s with two inches of lift. So I wouldn't think it would rub.
 
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ok guys ya I made a mistake lol sorry and thanks guys lol I put in 70R by mistake lol ya for now I want to just replace the rims and tires with this set up looking at doing this at some point http://www.roughcountry.com/chevy_4wd_s10.html with a 1ich body lift to
 

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I just put those same rims on my 98 last week but did the 4.5" back spacing. The only issue I had was a little rub from the caliper brackets on the fronts. I just ground down the brackets ever so little bit to give the room the rims needed. I wish I would have done some before & after shots to show you. They look great on the truck just need to do my lift next! lol
 
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Originally Posted by Grimm View Post
I just put those same rims on my 98 last week but did the 4.5" back spacing. The only issue I had was a little rub from the caliper brackets on the fronts. I just ground down the brackets ever so little bit to give the room the rims needed. I wish I would have done some before & after shots to show you. They look great on the truck just need to do my lift next! lol
right on man were is everyone getting these spacers from lol
 
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