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Old 10-30-2007, 11:20 AM
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http://www.4wheelparts.com/PDT64899.aspx

do ya'll think that these wheels would be too wide for 265/75-16's? i was reading some posts and decided to see if they came in a 16" rim. and the site says they do, id call but im in afghanistan, so i cant. can anyone confirm they do make these in our bolt pattern and if they might be too wide for my tires.... thanx..
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wow 16x10....not sure if its gona fit though..at least they make it in our bolt pattern


16x10, 6 on 5 Bolt Pattern
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Even though that rim is listed as our bolt pattern on a few websites. Pro comp never actually produced it. Although pro comp never responded to my e-mails about it

Here is a website with a list of wheels and sizes they carry.
http://www.procomptires.com/alloywheels.html
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Does anyone know (which I'm sure you do) what the stock backspacing is on TB rims?? I was considering having Pro-Comp build some custom backspaced steel rims for me, instead of useing a wheel spacer.
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Stock backspacing is 4.5" on 7" wide rims. Teebes tried to get custom steelies welded up from Stockton Wheel, a big custom place, and they finally admitted they couldn't do it. So he got ones drilled 6X5.5" instead of 6X5" and used adapters.

I would be shocked if ProComp agreed to make customs. Good luck!



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Thanks Roadie!! Pro-Comp actually already makes custom wheels for us, the main thing is a 6x5 lug pattern, they have centers in 16" but I'm thinking I want a 17 or 18....

I'm surprise Stockton wouldn't do it, they are a pretty big custom manufacture, although they might have figured it wasn't worth building them since they mainly do race application stuff. Their pretty expensive too, custom wheel you have to figure would start at 200 a piece.
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What Teebes ended up with was ProComp 152 black steelies, simulated beadlock, in 6X5.5", 16X8, 4.25" backspacing. Oh, and I just went DOWN from 17 to 16" to get more sidewall depth for airing down. Oh, and a used Powertank to air back up.



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My stock 17x7's have 5.47" backspacing. (+50mm offset)
Torq Thrust 18x8.5's I installed have 5.43" backspacing. (+30mm offset)
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What Teebes ended up with was ProComp 152 black steelies, simulated beadlock, in 6X5.5", 16X8, 4.25" backspacing. Oh, and I just went DOWN from 17 to 16" to get more sidewall depth for airing down. Oh, and a used Powertank to air back up.
Yeah if I wheeled this rig more often I would probably stick with the 16" wheels, but its mainly for the wife, she likes the big rim look but also is very intent on it being a fully functional rig. So instead of 20s we comprimise around 17s. I have another vehical that are dedicated trail rig with one more on its way (both fully road functional, no trailers for me) , should be done by mid December. Just about everything we do is trail running, Like the stuff I've seen in your gallery, not much in to rock crawling, or just mud bogging, I like to go SOMEWHERE, Camp and go further the next day.

Do you still have your 17's??


I have those 152's in stock here at work, might be a consideration, I just don't like the idea of spacers, but I'll just have to get over that I guess
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Do you still have your 17's??
Yep, but they're scratched a bit. Was going to put the OEM Continentals back on them and keep 'em around as boat anchors. I actually don't know why I'd bother to keep them. Let me think about that.....

Anyway, f you're into camping, etc - you should check out Overland Journal, a new magazine. http://www.overlandjournal.com/ I think one of my photoswill be in their next edition.



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