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i am purchasing a set of 15x8 wheels with 4'' backspacing, and will be mounting a set of 30x9.50-15 bfg's on them, i know the factory wheels use close to a 6'' offset, so the new wheels will probably stick out around 3 extra inches, anybody have a pic of their ride with this wheel offset, if it looks to bad i can get a set of fender flairs, but just curious!! Thanks
 
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Here are some pics of mine. They're 15x7 with 4" backspacing with 31x10.5 tires



 
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anybody have pics of the 15x8 rims with 4'' backspacing and bfg all-terrain tko tires, 30x9.50-15?
 
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mdehoogh - do you have a lift?
 
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I have 15x8s on my truck with 31's. If u dont plan pn lifting your truck the 30's will rub with that offset. If you are sticking with the 30's just get 15x7's you should be ok with that
 
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bandidolenny....like them wheels, look great on the truck, where did you get the fender flares? are them flexy flares?
 
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Yes, about 1.5 - 2"
 
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do you have any problems rubbing or did you have to trim?
 
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well i got my 30x9.5-15 bfgoodrich TA KO's today, waiting for the rims to show up and hopefully get them mounted by the weekend, planning on a very mild t-bar crank and maybe shackles, will post pics, i am planning on some fender trimming, i have flexy flares on the was as well, so hopefully it all works out good, and looks good! i do quite a bit of off-roading in my everyday job so will have to see how it gets around!!!
 

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