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Old 01-07-2013, 09:58 PM
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17x8 offset help.

I know this is more than likley a offroad forum question, I am shopping around for rims and came across a few 17x8 wheels that have a offset of 10 and another with 14. The original rims I planned on getting have a 22 offset which I know will fit without spacers. I did a search and say that the lower the offset the better but with these offsets will I be able to runs 265/70/17 tires and 2.5 lift kit without wheel spacers. A thread link or any advise would be helpful.
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Old 01-07-2013, 10:53 PM
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google search "Smart people who understand offsets - step on in, please!"
and read the link that comes up
you could also get some assistance from markmc, his site is theliftmeister.com
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